Theresa May is having a very bad day. Well, week. Well, more like epoch.
This is probably the weirdest thing you'll read about was was a wild election.
Matteo Salvini, who announced a proposed census of the Roma this week, last year said in an interview that a "street by street" cleaning of Italy was needed.
Pull up a chair and let Deutschland spell it out for you.
I love the UN. But there's no way the Trump administration can play a useful role in the world of human rights.
Some of what you're reading is new, some has been going on for a long time now.
Tamara Pletnyova, head of the Russian parliament's Family, Women and Children Committee, say women should be especially careful if a potential father is "of a different race."
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is dead. Long live North Macedonia.
It's been a real roller coaster of emotions between the two leaders.
The government now has six weeks to decide if it wants to appeal the second ruling in a year and a half that allows same-sex couples to marry.
"Detention is never in the best interests of the child and always constitutes a child rights violation," a spokesperson for the UN's human rights chief said on Tuesday.
It's a Kim-Kim thing.
Reports said that Arkady Babchenko, a veteran of the Russian military turned critical reporter, was killed on Tuesday. Reports were wrong. Here's the full run-down.
The on-and-off meeting with Kim Jong Un is still canceled but that may change, the president said Friday.
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Trump hinted that the summit might still be on at a later date but warned that the US military was ready to act if necessary.
“Those who naively think sports is sports, culture is culture — in Russia, no, everything is politics,” Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius told BuzzFeed News.
Three people remain in critical condition at a Havana hospital after the plane carrying 113 people crashed.
The Russian president was opening a nearly $4 billion bridge to Crimea.
At least forty-two people died in the flooding that followed the dam breaking, officials said, 20 of them children.