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The former secretary of state described Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election she lost to Donald Trump as "a clear and present danger to western democracy".
Gay men were prohibited from giving blood in 1983 over fears about the spread of HIV, the virus which causes AIDS.
Mass stabbings are not uncommon in China, which heavily restricts access to firearms.
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker called the meeting amid fresh divisions in Europe over who should process the migrants first.
The US President Donald Trump said on Friday Republicans in Congress should drop their efforts to pass comprehensive immigration legislation until after the November elections.
Prince William leaves Britain on Sunday for a tour of Jordan, Israel and the Palestinian territories.
His abrupt action sparked condemnation of sexual harassment from the German international channel, whose clip of the incident went viral online.
US first lady Melania Trump's jacket she wore while visiting child migrants has sparked uproar on social media.
Police said on Twitter that the station has been evacuated as a precaution.
The number of sex attacks in India has escalated since the 2012 gang-rape and murder of a woman on a New Delhi bus sparked angry protests.
Koko became one of the most famous subjects of research into how apes use language, reputedly learning more than 1,000 words in American Sign Language.
Statistics show that black Americans have proportionally more encounters with police, which in itself increases the opportunity for violent outcomes.
When she arrived in McAllen, Texas the first lady had changed out of the controversial garment into a cream button-up safari-style jacket.
Aman Abdurrahman is suspected of masterminding the gun and suicide attack in downtown Jakarta which left four attackers and four civilians dead.
The Lifeline ship rescued 226 migrants off the coast of Libya on Thursday morning, the NGO said in statement.
Feminist groups called for more demonstrations on Friday in Madrid against 'patriarchal justice'. Thousands took to the streets after the verdict was announced in April.
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte 'will attend on Sunday', Salvini said, despite casting doubting over Italy's presence at the summit the day before.
In the latest crackdown, soldiers and marines in camouflage and carrying rifles could be seen searching people as they came in and out of two poor neighborhoods, known as favelas.
Moscow implemented a Fan ID system that exempts visiting fans from Russia's strict visa system and allows them to move freely between host cities for the tournament.
The Deputy President told the National Council of Provinces that nuclear was never on the agenda.
The US on Tuesday described the group as a ‘cesspool of political bias’ before withdrawing.
Officials estimate there are 193 people -- including children -- missing, raising fears this could be one of the worst maritime disasters in the country.
"We know of at least 70 children who are being held in federal facilities across New York State. That number is expected to increase," Cuomo said Tuesday on Twitter.
Thousands of lawsuits targeting the agricultural giant's weed killer Roundup are reportedly proceeding through the US court system.
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