Human rights groups demanded information Tuesday about the whereabouts of a missing activist who was last seen when Argentine border police evicted a group of Mapuche Indians from lands in Patagonia owned by Italian clothing company Benetton.
Ms. Cook, a Tony Award-winning leading lady in Broadway musicals of the 1950s and ’60s, grappled with alcoholism and obesity before reinventing herself.
At ‘major briefing’ on epidemic, president says ‘strong law enforcement is absolutely vital to having a drug-free society’ At an event Donald Trump had billed as a “major briefing” on the opioid crisis gripping America, the president on Tuesday stressed that “strong, strong law enforcement” was vital and rebuffed an official call to declare a…
BRASILIA (Reuters) – Lawyers defending Brazilian President Michel Temer against corruption allegations asked the Supreme Court on Tuesday to remove the prosecutor general from the investigation, arguing he is no longer fit to lead it.
OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canadian officials have traveled to North Korea to discuss the case of a Canadian pastor serving a life sentence there, a spokesman for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – U.S. country singer Glen Campbell died on Tuesday at the age of 81, his publicist said.
South Africa’s Wayde van Niekerk completes the first leg of a possible World Championship double with 400m victory.
Rhinestone Cowboy singer Glen Campbell dies at the age of 81, his family says.
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President Trump told press “North Korea best not make any more threats” in response to North Korea's latests nuclear tests.
A key concern was whether Kenya would echo its 2013 election, a mostly peaceful affair, or the 2007 election, which led to deadly violence.
Recent events undermined voters’ faith in a fair election, intensifying fears of violence. A peaceful vote could cement Kenya’s status as a relatively stable, democratic economic powerhouse – making the vote closely watched beyond its borders.