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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.
The certificate also revealed how long the queen was dead before it was announced publicly — and her occupation.
FIFA’s World Cup rules prohibit political statements on team uniform. Denmark has found a way around that.
Ukraine and the West have denounced the referendums in the regions as a sham.
At 19, Lady Mary Russell was the youngest of six maids of honor at the queen's coronation in 1953. She died "peacefully" in her home at age 88.
CIA Director William Burns said the beleaguered Russian president's threats should be taken "very seriously."
Fears of a military coup have dominated the run-up to Brazil's election. But violent cops may be right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro's most dangerous ally.
South Korea says North Korea has fired a ballistic missile toward its eastern waters a day before a visit by U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris.