The report “still does not present any conclusive evidence of alleged interference” by Russia in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, a Kremlin spokesman said.
The strategically pivotal country becomes the latest to turn to a politically untested leader.
Lyra McKee was killed while covering violent protests in Londonderry on Thursday.
Polls predict Volodymyr Zelensky will beat incumbent Petro Poroshenko in Sunday’s runoff.
Police opened a murder investigation into a shooting they called “a terrorist act.”
A Good Friday procession passed people sunbathing beside the Seine.
Caio Mussolini touts the ‘Mussolini brand,’ but says he’s not a fascist.
France is still in the midst of protests over inequality.
The planned summit allows Vladimir Putin to project Moscow’s influence and gives Kim more possible international options.
Some Catholics say the secular outpouring reflects the Catholic Church’s diminished relevance.
The cathedral is expected to be closed for at least five years.
President Emmanuel Macron said it was not the time for divisive politics. Remarkably, the country agreed.
Officials announced that the inferno was being treated as an accident.
President Emmanuel Macron promised Tuesday to reconstruct the symbolic landmark within five years.
A human chain was formed to save what could be reached. But much was lost, as well.
The continent offers the allure of permanence. But it’s always falling apart — and being rebuilt.
“Obviously, modern code was not written with cathedrals in mind."
The House speaker’s remarks in London and Dublin echo European Union pressure to keep the Irish border open.
“Twitter if you have any magic, help him find this,” she wrote online.
The spire, roof and interior frame of the city’s most-visited monument were reduced to ash.