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Paramilitary officers used explosives and heavy machinery to destroy the church, reflecting tensions between Christians and the Communist Party.
British reports have cited concerns about protests during a Trump visit, but the president said he disapproved of the new U.S. Embassy’s “off location.”
In a meeting with lawmakers, President Trump said the United States needed more immigrants from places like Norway and fewer from Haiti and African countries.
In the next few weeks, you will see fewer viral videos and news articles from media companies, and instead see more posts that include interactions between you and the people you know.
President Trump demanded to know at a White House meeting why he should accept immigrants from Haiti and African countries rather than people from places like Norway.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
This week’s Australia Letter considers what it means to be home for those who move all over the world.
Since Jan. 1, China has banned imports of 24 kinds of waste, including materials used in plastic bottles, in a campaign against “foreign garbage.”
The tree, known as Spelacchio, or mangy, was dismantled Thursday, but the much-maligned spruce will live on, in the hearts of Romans, and in a book.
The United Nations said assaults by Russian-backed Syrian forces in Idlib Province had put tens of thousands of civilians at risk.
American forces carried out airstrikes against an allied Afghan militia after at least one militia member opened fire on U.S. soldiers in eastern Afghanistan.
In an exchange with Dutch journalists, Peter Hoekstra declined to clarify his prior remarks. “This is the Netherlands, you have to answer questions,” one reporter said.
Now, even Nigel Farage, the driving force behind the campaign to leave the European Union, is musing about a new vote. How realistic is that?
The case of a woman in France who became a prominent propagandist for the Islamic State is unusual, but points to a broader quandary for Europe.
A woman who left France and became a prominent propagandist and recruiter for the Islamic State has asked her family, friends and country for a pardon. This is how she went from a Paris suburb to the Syrian battlefield.
Yuri Dmitriev was charged with possessing child pornography, but his real crime seems to have been documenting Stalin’s crimes.
All married couples should be allowed to live and work across the European Union, regardless of member countries’ laws on same-sex unions, the bloc’s top court was advised.
The House on Thursday voted against significant new limits on a surveillance law after President Trump muddled his administration’s position on the issue.
Advocacy groups are going undercover to help the police track down poachers and using unconventional means to save the animals.
A Greenpeace analysis found that air quality had drastically improved in several northeastern cities, but regions far from the capital have not seen the same results.