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Left-leaning Alexander Van der Bellen triumphed over his right-wing rival Sunday in the vote for Austria's presidency, a victory welcomed by moderate politicians across Europe as a blow against the populist forces looking to weaken the European Union. While the Austrian presidency is a mostly symbolic post, it had attracted...
A look at the UK's new surveillance law and the relationship between the security state and the journalists covering it.
We look at the competing media narratives around Castro's legacy - a revolutionary hero to some and a tyrant to others.
Appeal comes as crises in Yemen, Iraq, Syria and South Sudan have compounded the UN's 2016 funding shortage.
Several suspected Russian airstrikes have killed at least 46 people in several areas of the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib, according to reports by U.K.-based monitoring group the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR). The...Show More Summary
"This is a reflection of a state of humanitarian need in the world not witnessed since the Second World War,” OCHA chief says
Several days of torrential rain have resulted in the deaths of at least eight people.
The demonetisation move by the Indian government will not achieve its goals, but it will hurt ordinary people.
Fidel Castro's ashes were buried in a sort of boulder yesterday after a nine-day cortege trip across Cuba, an island he left in cinders after the long, harsh dictatorship. The island is now ruled by Fidel's brother, Raul, part of the incompetent ruling class that has dominated Cuba since 1959. Show More Summary
The euro fell to a 20-month low on Monday and investors fled riskier assets after Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he would resign following a stinging defeat on constitutional reform that could destabilize the country's shaky...Show More Summary
New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key has suddenly called it quits after eight years in the job. He announced the shock decision at a Monday press conference, saying it was for family reasons, the New Zealand Herald reports. "This is the hardest decision I've ever made and I don't know...
"We tied the bed sheets together to make a rope, and used that to climb down from the fourth floor," survivor says
Man fires shots inside popular DC restaurant after arriving to self-investigate the "Pizzagate" conspiracy theory.
No one knows how many civilians have been killed by landmines or how many have been planted and where.
At least 11 people killed and scores injured in blaze at four-star hotel in Karachi.
Italian voters dealt Premier Matteo Renzi a stinging defeat on his reforms referendum, triggering his resignation announcement and galvanizing the populist, opposition 5-Star Movement's determination to gain national power soon. The outcome also energized the anti-immigrant Northern League party, an ally of French far-right leader Marine Le Pen, a candidate...
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