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“What we are looking for here is the silent support for what we are doing with our administration. And also hopefully get Liberland fully recognized in a couple of years from now.”

Liberland, a self-proclaimed country in Eastern Europe, hopes for recognition from Trump

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O'Leary downplays similarities between he and Trump, but the two men have lots of common ground.

A ‘Shark Tank’ celebrity hopes to emulate Trump’s path from reality TV to political power

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Two bull vaulters suffered severe injuries — in the lower hip and chest — during the game and died on the way to the hospital.

Bull-taming claims two people’s lives as India revives controversial sport after a two-year ban

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Like “Chinese water torture," the drip, drip, drip of alternatively embarrassing and damaging material continues.

Netanyahu probed for excessive gift consumption and media manipulation

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Relatives and fellow lawyers said Li had been severely tortured and drugged during detention. But his story is not the only one.

A ‘tortured,’ broken lawyer and a hawkish judge cast deep pall over China’s legal system

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Moscow's establishment is repeating a simple mantra: “Donald Trump is not our man.”

Russia is limiting expectations for a Trump presidency

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In the past, Trump's response to protest has echoed Putin and al-Assad. How will he behave now that he's in office?

Responding to Women’s March: Will Trump take a page from the world’s dictators?

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“I don’t want anyone to run a country who is sexist or racist.”

‘Je suis nasty’: Women in Paris march against Trump

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People in cities around the world hit the streets on Saturday to show solidarity with Americans.

Worldwide, people rally in support of Women’s March on Washington

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These Canadians wanted to go to the Women's March in Washington. But American border agents wouldn't let them into the U.S. One says, "it felt like, if we had been pro-Trump, we would have absolutely been allowed entry."

U.S. border agents turned away Canadians hoping to come to the Women’s March

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We're live from the Women's March on London, where thousands are expressing solidarity with the U.S.
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In Brussels, Donald Trump’s arrival threatens the ideals many have devoted their careers to upholding.

In the home of NATO and the European Union, dismay as Trump takes power

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On the first day of Donald Trump's presidency, we're live from the Women's March on London. Thousands of people in hundreds of cities across the world are expected to march today against gender inequality, political fear and racism.
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The budget for economic and development aid will likely look very different in the future.

Trump’s ‘America First’ policy will cost some countries much more than others

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The group behind the demonstration said that about 200 bridges around the world were draped in banners, in cities ranging from Auckland to Addis Ababa.

Brits have a message for Donald Trump: Build bridges not walls.

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“It’s going to be a lot of action, drive, excitement,” said Dmitry Nosov, a sturdily built former member of parliament, who wore a gray-checked blazer with a bear pin. “Not dull like it has been.”

Champagne and Guy Fawkes masks: An inauguration party for Donald Trump in Russia

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It's rare for Americans to become asylum seekers, but there are signs that more are considering it an option.

Can an American become a refugee? Yes, and some already have.

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