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The rapidly growing Brasil Game Show, scheduled for next month, illustrates how important the industry’s overseas markets have become.
The Russian leader said his country was “patiently waiting” for political strife in the United States to end so that ties between the countries can be strengthened.
Rex Tillerson emphasized his support of President Trump and the administration’s agenda.
The British foreign secretary said a group of business people could turn a war-torn city into “the next Dubai” if they could just dispose of corpses there.
A court also heard that videos of women being tortured were found on a hard drive belonging to Peter Madsen, who has been charged in the journalist’s death.
Christians and Muslims share a street and much more in Jakarta, setting an example of pluralism as fears of religious intolerance rise in the Muslim-majority nation.
The British prime minister, who needed a commanding speech to quell a warring party, lost her voice and was handed a mock job dismissal note.
The European Commission said it would take Ireland to court for not claiming back taxes from Apple, and ordered Luxembourg to collect around $293 million from Amazon.
A Royal Air Force plane was observed tracking the civilian aircraft north of London, and the police said a flight from Lithuania had been diverted.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is set to push for every Australian’s driver’s license photo to be added to a database. Privacy advocates are wary.
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Pressed by lawmakers, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis reiterated his view that the Iran accord is working, a quiet break with President Trump.
The law makes permanent emergency measures put in place after terrorist attacks in 2015, effectively institutionalizing a trade-off between security and civil liberty.
Mr. Singh, the first nonwhite leader of a major political party in a country that promotes multiculturalism, looks to extend his party’s power on the national stage.
Dorsa Derakhshani is now playing for the St. Louis University chess team and officially registered to compete with the United States Chess Federation.
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A Swedish court sentenced a government soldier, who is now a refugee, for violating the dignity of a corpse in Syria.
The Kurds provoked Iraq by voting for independence. Iraq replied with military and economic threats. Having made their points, both sides now seem willing to de-escalate.
There has been little public debate about the practical effect of declaring independence, and while many Catalans express confidence, others appear apprehensive.
At least 34 people have been arrested after concertgoers waved a rainbow flag at a rock performance in Cairo last month.