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Germany's Top Court Orders Broadcaster To Air Neo-Nazi Party Ad
The party is hoping to make gains in the European Parliament, where it has one lawmaker, in elections later this month.
Donald Trump On War With Iran: 'Hope Not'
Tensions have escalated in recent days with increasing concerns about a potential U.S.-Iran conflict.
1 Million Londoners Set To March Against Trump During UK State Visit, Poll Suggests
A YouGov/Queen Mary University London survey shows huge opposition to President Donald Trump's visit.
George Clooney Misfires Among LGBTQ Activists Over Brunei 'Warning Shot' Remarks
By Michael Taylor, Reuters
The "Ocean's Eleven" star's comments were blasted as "counterproductive" given Brunei's differences from its Islamic neighbors.
Trump Gives Warm Welcome To Autocrat
President Donald Trump praised Viktor Orbán, the Hungarian prime minister who has tried to take over the independent news media and who has refused to accept Syrian refugees.
Bayer Must Pay $2 Billion To Couple In Roundup Cancer Trial
By Tina Bellon, Reuters
In litigation against the company, a California jury awarded the plaintiffs who said they contracted cancer from the weed killer.
China Strikes Back With Plans To Hike Tariffs On $60 Billion Of U.S. Imports
By Makini Brice and Ben Blanchard, Reuters
Beijing had vowed to respond to the latest U.S. tariffs.
Impossible Foods Raises $300 Million Ahead Of Possible IPO
By Angela Moon and Joshua Franklin, Reuters
The latest funding round for the meatless burger maker brings the startup’s total raised to more than $750 million.
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Gunmen Kill At Least 6 In Church Attack In Burkina Faso
By Thiam Ndiaga, Reuters
Congregants were leaving a Catholic church in Burkina Faso on Sunday when a group of men fatally shot six of them, the government told Reuters.
Uber's Market Debut Disappoints: Most Anticipated IPO Since Facebook A Dud
By Joshua Franklin, Aparajita Saxena and Heather Somerville, Reuters
The ride-share company's initial public offering did not meet expectations.
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Polish Activist Arrested Over Image Of Mary And Jesus With Rainbow Halos
Human rights activist Elżbieta Podleśna is accused of “offending religious beliefs,” a crime in Catholic-majority Poland.
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Tanzania Plans Cable Car For Mount Kilimanjaro
By Nuzulack Dausen, Reuters
Around 50,000 tourists climb Kilimanjaro annually, but a cable car could increase that by 50 percent.
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Facebook Swears Its New European Election Center Isn't Just For PR
Critics say a similar "war room" during the 2018 U.S. midterms existed mainly for marketing purposes.
Cyclone Fani Destroys Parts Of India And Bangladesh, Kills Dozens
By Jatindra Dash, Reuters
The cyclone killed at least 33 people after hitting the Indian state of Odisha on Friday, but not before officials evacuated a million residents in the days prior.
Germany's Health Minister Proposes Major Fine On Parents Who Don't Vaccinate Kids
Jens Spahn wants to crack down on those who don't protect their children and others against measles.
Plane Lands In Moscow Engulfed In Flames, Killing At Least 41 People
By Maria Tsvetkova, Andrew Osborn, Reuters
More than 40 people aboard an Aeroflot plane died on Sunday when the aircraft caught fire mid-air, according to Russian investigators.
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Brunei Says It Won't Enforce Death Penalty For Gay Sex After Massive Outcry
The small Southeast Asian country said last month that incoming legislation would make sodomy punishable by stoning to death.
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Wild Raccoon Moves Into Zoo, And Zookeepers Have To Let Him Stay
The interloper, now named Fred, has taken up with the seven raccoon residents at Germany's Heidelberg Zoo.
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San Diego Jewish Family Trying To Recover Nazi-Looted Painting Faces Legal Setback
To get out of Nazi Germany, Lilly Cassirer gave up a painting by impressionist Camille Pissarro. Her descendants have spent years trying to get it back.
Trump, Putin Discuss Venezuela, Mueller Investigation
The U.S. president also spoke to the Russian president about North Korea during a long phone call on Friday.
Cyclone Fani Slams Into Eastern India With 124 MPH Winds
The storm has brought down trees and power lines and “extensively” damaged the tourist town of Puri.
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Romania's Witches Use The Web To Keep Customers Spellbound
By By Emily Wither, Reuters
The Internet is allowing many of the country's estimated 4,000 witches to build a global customer base.
Indian Soldiers Claim They've Found Yeti Footprints In Nepal
By Devjyot Ghoshal, Reuters
Experts say the prints more likely belong to a bear than the abominable snowman.
Socialists Win Spanish Election But Fail To Secure Majority
By Paul Day, Reuters
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez is seeking partners to form a new government in a politically polarized country.
Richard Lugar, Former U.S. Senator And Foreign Policy Powerhouse, Dead At 87
By Will Dunham, Reuters
The Indiana Republican championed nuclear nonproliferation during his 36 years in the Senate.
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Spain General Election: Far-Right Vox Party Poised To Enter Parliament
Spaniards go to the polls on Sunday for the country's most highly polarized vote in decades.
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