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Brazil's election results made it clear the right-wing movement led by President Jair Bolsonaro will remain a force even if he loses a runoff race this month.
Nearly three weeks in, the demonstrations against Iran's religious regime have found their new, courageous leaders: schoolgirls and young women.
“I consider myself completely innocent," journalist Marina Ovsyannikova declared.
"Ukraine has a vastly more capable and larger force than does the country that is more than three times their size," Petraeus told CNBC.
The OPEC+ alliance of oil-exporting countries on Wednesday decided to sharply cut production to support sagging oil prices.
Artists engaged in a symbolic gesture of resistance that countless Iranian women have braved after Mahsa Amini's death.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's move finalizes the annexation carried out in defiance of international law.
Trying to figure out what Russian President Vladimir Putin is thinking is tough for Kremlin watchers who want to know whether he is bluffing with his nuclear threats.
Russian troops pulled back from Lyman, a strategic eastern city, to avoid being encircled by Ukrainian forces over the weekend.
Musk shared several polls with his Twitter followers on Monday, asking them to weigh in on his proposals for ending the war in Ukraine.