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Ducks, sneakers and mass arrests: Why are Russians protesting? - CNN
Moscow (CNN) A series of anti-corruption protests swept through Russia on Sunday, leading to the arrest of hundreds of demonstrators, including top Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny. Opposition organizers said crowds gathered in around 100 cities and towns ...
A Wave of Civilian Deaths Hangs Over Deepening US Role in ISIS Fight - New York Times
A man stood near several bodies recovered from a house that was destroyed in the Mosul Jidideh neighborhood. Scores of residents are believed to have been killed in American-led airstrikes that hit the neighborhood this month. Credit Felipe ...
No evidence London attacker was linked to Islamic State, police say - Washington Post
LONDON — British police said Monday that they have found no evidence that London attacker Khalid Masood was linked to the Islamic State, despite a claim by the militant group that he was its “soldier.” The 52-year-old “clearly had an interest in jihad ...
Avalanche Engulfs Student Trip In Japan, Leaving At Least 8 Presumed Dead - NPR
An avalanche struck a Japanese ski resort midmorning on Monday, overwhelming a student mountaineering exercise and leaving at least eight people with no vital signs, according to local authorities. Some 40 other students and teachers were injured in ...
Trump's approval hits a new low of 36 percent — but that's not the bad news - Washington Post
Since you can't spell “schadenfreude” without “shade,” Trump-haters on social media are gloating about the latest daily polling released from Gallup. Last week, they were celebrating Trump's reaching 37 percent, a low for his presidency that was ...
Possessing nuclear weapons 'fundamentally incompatible' with humanity's aspiration for peace – UN official - UN News Centre
An atmospheric nuclear test conducted by the United States at Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands, on 1 November 1952. Photo: US Government. Print. 27 March 2017 – At the start of a United Nations conference to negotiate a legally binding instrument to ...