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One internet user called the dark days in the Russian capital “Hillary’s revenge.”
Prime Minister Theresa May said an under secretary would work across government departments to tackle the issue.
The agreement is a milestone in inter-Korean sports relations, and Seoul has said in the past it hoped such a move could contribute to a political thaw.
A six-week course aims to turn the city’s taxi drivers into good-will ambassadors by teaching them hospitality, excellence and useful Chinese and Arabic phrases.
The 11-century treasure, which depicts the Norman Conquest of Britain, has only been moved very few times in its history.
The company’s demise leaves a vast web of subcontractors unsure what to expect. The government says Carillion’s public-sector work will continue.
There’s no doubt the Ukrainian teenager can play at a high level, but she’s also learning to deal with the high expectations that come with early success.
Joshua Wong got three months in prison for his role in 2014 protests demanding freer elections for the leader of Hong Kong.
The arrest of the former officer, Jerry Chun Shing Lee, 53, capped an intense F.B.I. investigation that began around 2012 after the C.I.A. began losing its agents in China.
The Trump administration cut by more than half the funding it provides to the U.N. Relief and Works Agency, which funds schools and clinics for Palestinians.
The creation of a new military force in Syria raises fears of fighting among American allies and could draw the U.S. deeper into the conflict.
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Óscar Pérez was killed on Monday after authorities cornered him in his hideout outside of Caracas. He had uploaded several videos on social media in the hours before his death saying that he wanted to surrender.
Kirill S. Serebrennikov has been under suspicion of embezzling a sum equal to $2.3 million.
The pope’s decision to offer Mass alongside a bishop accused of covering up sexual abuse by a priest angered victims.
Speaking in Calais, the port city at the epicenter of the migration problem, the French president defended his policies as a mix of fairness and firmness.
Óscar Pérez, who rose to prominence last year during antigovernment street protests, was among seven dead.
A small and hardy group of Torontonians live on island parkland in the middle of North America’s fourth-largest city, with coyotes and ice boats.
Prime Minister Andrej Babis, a billionaire oligarch whose upstart party won elections in October, has struggled to persuade rival groups to join a coalition.
Ms. Wall died in August after boarding Peter Madsen’s vessel in Denmark to interview him. He also faces charges of dismemberment and improper sexual relations.