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Thousands of people take to the streets of Caracas as pro- and anti-government rallies are held in Venezuelan capital.
Campaigners praise Trinidad and Tobago government, which is expected to allow the two kidnapped boys to return home.
State media suggests North Korean leader is optimistic about upcoming second summit with US president.
Priyanka Gandhi, sister of Congress party leader Rahul Gandhi and one of the youngest scions of India's most fabled political family, officially enters politics ahead of national elections.
Venezuela plunges further into crisis amid a growing row over Nicolas Maduro's presidency.
US, Canada, Brazil, Colombia, among others recognise Juan Guaido as country's interim president.
The ongoing partial government shutdown has lasted 33 days and is the longest of its type in American history.
Long-running dispute over identity and security reaches decisive moment, as Greek MPs vote on 'North Macedonia' name.
The relationship between allies France and Italy has gotten worse as EU elections approach.
Protesters have staged a rally at the US Capitol, while leading Democrats mull funding border security without a wall.
Drugmaker set to ship experimental vaccines by end of next month as DRC struggles to contain the virus.
Funding cuts led to imminent closure of Italy's second-largest centre for asylum seekers amid local protests.
US recognises Juan Guaido as Venezuela's acting president after the opposition leader swore himself in as leader.
Activists temporarily block gates to road segregating Palestinian and Israeli traffic between West Bank and Jerusalem.
Putin, Erdogan vow to battle 'terrorists' in Idlib, agree on 'safe zone' in northern Syria along Turkey border.
Pro- and anti-government demonstrators march nationwide as tensions between Caracas and Washington escalate.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has called for international sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe to be lifted.
James Jackson, who stabbed Timothy Caughman to death in March 2017, has pleaded guilty to murder as an act of terrorism.
Canada's ambassador to China says Meng Wanzhou has 'quite good arguments' to avoid extradition to US.
Kingdom unveils entertainment initiative amid controversy in order to become a 'top four entertainment destination'.