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The group is also suspected of having kidnapped a U.N. investigating team comprised of an American, a Swede, and their Congolese associates two weeks ago.

Congolese rebels behead 42 police officers in dramatic escalation of conflict

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Opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who was detained, had called for the demonstrations after alleging that the prime minister has amassed goods worth more than $1 billion.

Russia just had its biggest unsanctioned protests in years and hundreds are now in jail

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If women were granted extra days of paid leave, wrote Lorenza Pleuteri, “employers could become even more oriented to hire men rather than women.”

Giving Italian women ‘menstrual leave’ may backfire on their job prospects

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The puzzling episode has kept tensions simmering between the two countries.

Venezuelan troops invaded Colombia this week. But just a little bit.

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"I have an impression — I hope it’s only an impression — that the practice of killing political opponents has started spreading in Russia."

Here are 10 critics of Vladimir Putin who died violently or in suspicious ways

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Restoring the Holy Edicule was no simple undertaking.

Jesus’ restored tomb is unveiled, well in time for Easter

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“There’s been a demonization of us. It’s hard to say what will happen. The system has lost its mind. They say we are traitors in Russia.”

Days before his death, Putin critic said in interview he knew he was in danger

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“I'll always remember you for your intelligence and kindness. You were one of the good ones.”

‘Our family is heartbroken’: American killed in London attack was celebrating wedding anniversary

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An unlikely star was born during the bizarre Trump and Merkel show.

This German reporter took on Trump. Now she’s being hailed at home.

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“I’m angry at the perpetrator. I’m angry at myself for being so helpless. And I’m angry that all my fellow Muslims can do is condemn the attack. Isn’t there more?”

‘We shouldn’t have to keep saying sorry’: After the London attack, Muslims react with fear and anger

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Hosni Mubarak left a military hospital and went back to his home, dashing the hopes of many Egyptians who had opposed his regime.

Egypt’s Mubarak freed from detention six years after his overthrow

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Today, police released a photo of Khalid Masood and made two new “significant arrests” in their investigation.

British police make ‘significant’ arrests in widening probes after London rampage

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British authorities have identified the man responsible for the terrorist attack in London as 52-year-old Khalid Masood, born as Adrian Russell Ajao.

‘I immediately recognized him’: What we know about the London attacker

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“Although I hear Mrs. Abe has denied the donation and claims she doesn’t recall it at all, I clearly remember it as it was such an honor for us.”

Japanese Prime Minister Abe accused of giving secret donation to far-right school

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As the attack unfolded, Parliament was locked down. Traffic was halted. The London Eye — a large Ferris wheel alongside the Thames — came to a halt, passengers stuck in the pods.

A bang, then screams: Khalid Masood’s attack on the center of British government

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In an interview with TIME, Trump first insisted the alliance “doesn't cover terrorism,” then took credit for having “fixed that.” This is false on both counts.

Analysis | Trump may really not know how NATO works

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"I have an impression — I hope it’s only an impression — that the practice of killing political opponents has started spreading in Russia."

Analysis | Here are ten critics of Vladimir Putin who died violently or in suspicious ways

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They were not afraid, they said defiantly — a day after a 52-year-old man plowed through pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before fatally stabbing a police officer at the gates to Parliament.

London’s mayor reassures a city that says it needs no reassurance

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“They were just an ordinary family. I would never have assumed that he was in any way related to terrorist activity."

‘I immediately recognized him’: What we know about London attacker Khalid Masood

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