A profile of Daniel Ortega, the veteran Sandinista revolutionary who returned to power - repeatedly.
Steve Rosenberg hears from ambassadors "amazed" at how Russia-US relations are being portrayed negatively.
Duberli Rodriguez quits amid a corruption scandal that has rocked the country's justice system.
A member of the French president's staff was filmed attacking two people during a protest in Paris.
A French diplomat accuses Daily Show comedian Trevor Noah of denying the players' "Frenchness".
Protesters are questioning the agency's role in enforcing President Trump's zero-tolerance policy.
Russia's president accuses US critics of the Helsinki summit of pursuing "narrow party interests".
The European Commission says the country's new "Stop Soros" legislation is in breach of EU laws.
The EU has issued a 16-page document outlining the preparations for deal or no deal.
He had not seen them for 16 years because of the conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea.
Kazakhstan's Olympic medal-winning figure skater Denis Ten has died at the age of 25 after being stabbed on Thursday.
A girl and a boy receive puncture wounds in the first recorded incidents off Long Island in 70 years.
European arrest warrants for the Catalan separatist leader and five others are withdrawn.
The musician, 25, says he bought the Chicagoist to run "racist" media organisations out of business.
Councillors are considering a proposal for an underwater graveyard off Australia's Gold Coast.
Prime Minister Netanyahu hails a "defining moment" as Israeli Arab MPs condemn the legislation.
Donald Trump says he considers President Putin responsible for any Russian interference in US elections.
Family members are under suspicion over the theft of a massive Canadian gold coin and other crimes.
Opposition politicians want her to brief Congress on the US leader's talks with Vladimir Putin.
Shakespeare theatre founder in New Zealand apologises for keeping to the Bard's 'men only' tradition.
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