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Melting Arctic sea ice may be about to open up the Northwest Passage to cargo shipping.
The long-awaited high-speed train link brings relief to commuters, but angers some Palestinians.
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Work is suspended on a statue of Gandhi in Malawi, after campaigners argue he used racial slurs.
Former Chief Justice William Rehnquist once asked Sandra Day O'Connor to wed him, letters show.
A group of transgender Brazilians were rescued from forced prostitution in Murcia, police say.
The campaign blaming Democrats for slavery and the KKK ignores key facts about the past and present.
The president said the House speaker should not be opining on "something he knows nothing about".
Has the death of Jamal Khashoggi influenced the power brokers in the war in Yemen?
As if horse racing was not dangerous enough, these Canadian Indian riders also have no saddles.
Former Juventus player Vincenzo Iaquinta is given a two-year jail term for firearms offences.
The two were found duct-taped together on the banks of the Hudson River in New York City last week.
The journalist was choked as soon as he entered the consulate, says Turkey's first official account.
Pakistan's PM speaks out in defence of a court ruling in a case that has drawn widespread anger.
Princess Leonor spent her 13th birthday delivering her first royal speech.
The team has been tasked with identifying and arresting gay people on social media.
Dock workers flee as a ferry crashes into a crane in Barcelona, causing crates to catch fire.
A saga involving right-wing conspirators unravelled in US media throughout Tuesday.
A storm surge has caused massive damage on the Liguria coast in northern Italy.
The pro-Iranian sect was protesting in the capital to demand the release of their detained leader.