March for Our Lives: The moments that made up a movement
Thousands of students, teachers and other concerned citizens descended on the capital Saturday carrying signs and wearing symbolic price tags to say "enough" to gun violence.
Turkey's president calls anti-war students "terrorists"
Turkey's president has criticized anti-war students at a top university, calling them terrorists following a fight there
Carles Puigdemont slips out of Finland despite arrest warrant
Former Catalan president, who lives in self-imposed exile in Belgium, had been visiting the country for talks with lawmakers Catalonia’s former president Carles Puigdemont has foiled attempts by Finnish police to arrest him under a European arrest warrant, after his lawyer confirmed on Saturday he had left the country. Continue reading...
In Egypt's election, the president's victory is assured. The question is what happens next?
Across Egypt’s vast capital, the smiling visage of President Abdel Fattah Sisi’s looms from billboards erected along major thoroughfares, from rows of posters affixed to lamp posts and bridges and from banners dangling between palm trees. Days before an election that critics labeled a farce, a...
Peru takes ex-president’s passport amid corruption probe
A Peruvian judge on Saturday barred recently resigned President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski from leaving the South American nation for 18 months while he is investigated for possible money laundering.
Canadians must wait 45 days before buying their first gun. A new bill would tighten gun laws even more.
Thai politics: No country for young men?
BANGKOK (Reuters) - A 39-year-old motor parts billionaire and extreme sports enthusiast seeking to shake up Thai politics has been compared to France's Emmanuel Macron and Canada's Justin Trudeau for his youth.
Dire predictions for future of world wildlife
The Asia-Pacific region could run out of fish in just 30 years' time, according to the United Nations.
March For Our Lives: Global protests for US gun laws
Hundreds of thousands of people have marched in cities in America and around the world to call for stricter gun control laws in the USA.
'Vote them out.': Hundreds of thousands demand gun control
They took to the streets of the nation's capital and such cities as Boston, New York, Chicago, Houston, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Oakland, California, in the kind of numbers seen during the Vietnam era, sweeping up activists long frustrated by stalemate in the gun debate and bringing in lots of new, young voices.
For the U.S. and China, a Technology Cold War That’s Freezing Over
In advanced industries like chip development, the rivals are vying for dominance in a fight that is as much about national security as economic might.
Iowa family died of gas asphyxiation at Mexican resort
Mexican authorities say autopsies indicate an Iowa couple and their two children died of asphyxiation at a rented condo on Mexico's Caribbean coast.
About 25,000 Rally in Tel Aviv Against Deportation of Asylum Seekers
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - About 25,000 rallied in Tel Aviv protesting against the plan of the government to deport migrants from Africa seeking asylum in Israel, local media reported.
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