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Bolsonaro's aim to reassume political prominence may be stymied by a series of investigations, including whether he incited the January 8 uprising
Four Swiss bankers were convicted by a Swiss court for allowing millions of francs to flow through accounts of Vladimir Putins close friend Sergey Roldugin, highlighting the murky financial dealings of Russian elite
Russias top security agency says a reporter for the Wall Street Journal has been arrested on espionage charges
According to news reports, the Pope could be discharged in time for Palm Sunday celebrations on April 2.
The status of the crew members was not immediately known
Western intelligence has indicated that Russia hoped to achieve its objectives in Ukraine.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has made tackling the arrival of small boats one of his main priorities, hoping his move to get tough on illegal migration will win over voters before an election expected next year
The Russian military is conducting drills of its strategic missile forces in a show of the countrys massive nuclear capability amid the fighting in Ukraine
The Bill as presented aimed to reduce the discretionary powers of the chief justice to take suo motu action and also set up benches for hearing of cases
Global warming is en route to Armageddon, warned Vanuatus PM Ishmael Kalsakau. He added that leaders must react very quickly, urgently to address the climate crisis.
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Jeremy Corbyn, a veteran socialist, enjoyed some electoral success in 2017, but in 2019 led the party to its worst defeat since the 1930s
The company will split into six units covering e-commerce, media and the cloud; each of the six will be managed by its own CEO and board of directors
The political party led by Myanmars ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi is expected to face automatic dissolution by the military-appointed election commission because it declined to register for a planned general election it denounced as a sham
Israels ruling coalition government has put forth a list of changes to Israels judicial system that seek to reduce the influence of the judiciary in the country.
An official with the National Immigration Institute said 39 people died and 29 were injured in a fire in an immigration detention facility in northern Mexico
The general elction in Greece, which is unlikely to produce a new government, has been called in the aftermath of a train disaster that has reduced Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis partys long-standing majority in opinion polls
Three students and three adults were killed in the latest in a series of mass shootings in a country growing increasingly unnerved by bloodshed in schools
The shooting happened at The Covenant School, where the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department said in a tweet that the suspect was dead
Albanian police say gunshots fired on the building of a private television station resulted in the death of a security guard
Myanmar military will take decisive action against its opponents and ethnic rebels supporting them, Min Aung Hlaing told an audience of around 8,000 service members attending the annual Armed Forces Day parade in the military-built capital Naypyidaw.