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Duterte’s drug war killed thousands and Filipinos still loved him. Then...

The Philippines’ leader is known for his off-color and off-the-cuff rhetoric. But in a deeply religious nation, he might have gone too far.

An Austrian state wants to force kosher meat-consuming Jews to register,...

One Jewish association branded the law proposal an “Aryan paragraph.

Nicaragua is on the path to becoming the next Venezuela

Protests and crackdowns have claimed around 300 lives in the Central American nation since mid-April.

North Korea has 2.6 million ‘modern slaves,’ new report estimates

One in 10 people in North Korea live as “modern slaves,” the report found.

On fourth anniversary of MH17 crash, father of three victims slams...

Tuesday marked four years since MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, killing all 298 passengers on board.

Dutch foreign minister says multicultural societies breed violence

“Give me an example of a multiethnic, multicultural society, where the indigenous population still live . . . where they live in a peaceful, societal union,” Blok said. “I don’t know of any.

How did Nelson Mandela survive 27 years in prison? A new...

A new collection of Nelson Mandela’s prison letters show how he tried to stay connected to the outside world during his imprisonment.

Free deodorants distributed after Vienna subway temperatures breach cattle transport guidelines

While the smell-concealing gifts were warmly welcomed by Vienna commuters, some wondered about the underlying message of the initiative.

Fitness app Polar revealed not only where U.S. military personnel worked,...

Through a fitness app called Polar, Dutch reporters were able track more than 6,460 U.S. government employees, including military and intelligence personnel.

Is Trump at war with the West?

Trump sees openness to immigration — and the prospect of a more integrated, diverse Europe — as a weakness.