Parliamentarians met to begin impeachment proceedings against President Robert Mugabe even as questions were raised about the viability of the process.
The strikes marked the “first significant use” of legal authorities granted by the Trump administration that will allow the Pentagon to target Taliban revenue streams.
The chief justice threw out cases by three petitioners who sought to invalidate the results of the rerun, saying they were without merit. Opposition leader Raila Odinga dismissed the decision, saying it was made under coercion.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel, speaks to the media in the early hours after preliminary coalition talks collapsed. (Getty)
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, speaks to the media in the early hours after preliminary coalition talks collapsed. (Getty)
Germany’s president called for talks to continue. But jockeying before a possible new vote has begun.
A Japanese driver was killed in a collision with a 21-year-old Marine whose blood-alcohol level was reportedly three times the legal limit — the latest incident on an island where the American military presence was already controversial.

Some officials had been itching for a fresh confrontation with Apple, but the case is seen as a matter for Texas.

How North Korea was designated a state sponsor of terrorism, then undesignated and now redesignated.

The investigation would focus on the armed forces and secret CIA detention facilities.

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Queen Elizabeth II becomes first British monarch to celebrate 70th wedding anniversary

Then-Princess Elizabeth married Lt. Philip Mountbatten in an elaborate ceremony at Westminster Abbey on Nov. 20, 1947.

New Zealand leader regrets story that suggested Trump mistook her for Trudeau’s wife

"It was a bit of a funny yarn,” Jacinda Ardern said. “I don't want to cause a diplomatic incident over [it]."

Indian ruling-party member offers bounty for beheading of Bollywood’s biggest female star

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Factors including poverty and climate change drive villagers into the arms of militants.

Further dimming hopes, authorities said signals that hit Argentine satellites over the weekend did not come from the missing sub.

Germany was thrown into a political crisis after the Free Democrats walked out of coalition talks.

The scandal goes to the very heart of the punishing, clan-like sumo system, one that is already reeling from accusations of bullying and match-fixing and has been trying to revive waning public interest.

Liberal U.S. mayors and governors are doing their own global outreach.

"Even when there were people on the ground, people kept fighting for food,” one witness said of the desperate scene.

Zimbabweans gathered around their TV sets to watch him go, but it didn’t happen.

Some U.S. officials fear the push to expose the cases is linked to an effort to place more sanctions on Iran.

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Britain lost a seat on the International Court of Justice on Monday for the first time since the tribunal started work in 1946, a setback seen by some diplomats and commentators as the result of waning international influence following its vote to leave the European Union.

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