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Democracy Now host Goodman, Chomsky blame the media for Trump’s surge in polls

Can you really tell the difference between mainstream media channels when they all basically cover Trump nonstop? Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!, said in a video for AJ+, “I see the media as a huge kitchen table that stretches across the globe that we all sit around and debate the most important issues of […]

Iranians start voting in Parliamentary election run-off

Iranians lined up outside polling stations on Friday to vote in a second round of parliamentary elections, state TV reported, with allies of President Hassan Rouhani seeking to wrest more seats from hardliners. Rouhani’s moderate and centrist allies made major gains in Feb. 26 elections to parliament and a clerical body that will elect the […]

Ukraine crisis: Troops killed in east despite truce

Clashes leave two soldiers dead and four wounded, just hours after truce approved by both sides in Minsk takes effect.

Hindu man hacked to death in Bangladesh

Police in Tangail investigating whether victim was targeted for his religious beliefs or killed in a family dispute.

Brazil: Behind the Dilma Rousseff impeachment story

What is driving the story in Brazil, corruption or the media? Plus, how messaging apps are reshaping how news is shared.

Anti-government protesters breach Baghdad's Green Zone

Hundreds climb over blast walls surrounding Iraqi capital's highly fortified Green Zone, storm parliament

ISIS claims responsibility for deadly bombing in Iraq

Attack targets civilians shopping in open-air market ahead of pilgrimage on foot to shrine

Hundreds of Protesters Storm Iraqi Parliament

The breach marked a major escalation in the country's political crisis

Shi'ite Protestors Storm Iraqi Parliament, Demand Reform Vote

Hundreds of supporters of Shi'ite Muslim cleric Moqtada al-Sadr stormed Baghdad's Green Zone on Saturday and entered the parliament building after lawmakers failed to convene for a vote on overhauling the government, two Reuters witnesses...Show More Summary

Kenya: Democracy on trial?

Former Prime Minister Odinga on Kenya's "tribal" democracy, political violence, corruption and the rise of al-Shabab.

Protesters storm Baghdad's Green Zone and parliament

Supporters of Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr enter fortified district after MPs fail to convene for cabinet reshuffle vote.

Tunisia's security first approach

What will be the longer-term effects of the new Tunisian government's sacrifices to ensure great security?

Germany: 400 arrested at protest against AfD congress

Left-wing protesters clash with AfD party members and police at anti-immigration party's meeting in Stuttgart.

Kenya building collapse: Child pulled from rubble alive

Child rescued 10 hours after apartment block collapsed in torrential rain, killing at least seven people.

Iran: Hassan Rouhani's allies set for parliament win

State media say reformists and moderates won 128 seats in 290-member assembly in second round of voting.

Birzeit vote: 'Last stronghold' of Palestinian politics

For the second year in a row, a Hamas-aligned group has won student council elections at Palestine's oldest university.

Despite latest Syria cease-fire, fighting continues in Aleppo

A cease-fire took effect Saturday in parts of Syria, but fighting continues around the city of Aleppo

Aleppo onslaught: 'Everyone expects it to get worse'

Air strikes resume in divided Syrian city as fighting between government and rebels escalates.

Buenos Aires nightclubs ordered shut after drug deaths

Judge says closure will last until Argentinian capital presents plan to control drug sales and electronic music parties.

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