"If you squeeze some lemon juice on your blood, you will die."
"I had people at work even tell me I didn't deserve to be tired because I wasn't his 'real' mom."
Years of social media posts and business interests connect the Trump and the Agalarov families.
"Pads will be wrapped in a newspaper when they're purchased."
"It was the hardest time of our lives and you need each other, you need that time."
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Chechen parliament speaker Magomed Daudov appears to have been a driving force behind the purge, Human Rights Watch says.
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"I cannot see with my eyes, but I have always wanted to play games, just like everybody else."
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Ramzan Kadyrov says he's willing to cooperate with Russian investigators looking into reports of LGBT torture but Chechnya "does not have this phenomenon called non-traditional sexual orientation."
Even if he's allowed to run in Russia's 2018 presidential election, Aleksei Navalny stands almost zero chance — but that hasn't stopped him from campaigning.
Ukraine's Friendship of Nations Arch got done up to highlight the theme of this year's Eurovision contest: "Celebrate Diversity."
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"I wore Depends and cried in the bathroom at work because I still had stitches."
Jean-François Jalkh, Marine Le Pen's second-in-command, had questioned the existence of Nazi gas chambers in an interview for a researcher's dissertation.