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Russia said Saturday it had pulled troops out of the Ukrainian city of Lyman, an important transportation hub.
Far-right Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has sought to undermine his country's election in a major test of the world's fourth-largest democracy.
Britons will begin to see Charles’ image in their change from around December, as 50-pence coins depicting him gradually enter circulation.
South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol warned of an “overwhelming response” from South Korean and U.S. militaries should nuclear weapons be used.
Russian troops stopped Ihor Murashov’s car, blindfolded him and then took him to an undisclosed location, per Ukrainian state nuclear company Energoatom.
The Mexican government argued that the companies know their practices contribute to the trafficking of guns into Mexico and facilitate it.
More than a dozen soldiers have appeared on Burkina Faso's state broadcaster to declare they have overthrown the country's coup leader.
In a Kremlin ceremony, Putin accused the West of fueling the hostilities as part of what he said is a plan to turn Russia into a “colony” and a “crowds of slaves.”
Dozens were also wounded in the explosion, a Taliban-appointed spokesman for the Kabul police chief said.
The demonstrations have become a global call for women's rights, following the death of a 22-year-old who was arrested for how she wore her hijab.