World

Thousands of children are stolen every year and sold for adoption.
Author: Simon Denyer
Thousands of children are stolen every year and sold for adoption.
Author: Simon Denyer
Raila Odinga said he will take his allegations of vote rigging to the country’s supreme court.
Author: Kevin Sieff
Trump-related controversy struck the American scouts. But in this European nation, scouting is political.
Author: Isaac Stanley-Becker
Ayatollah Khamenei again uses Twitter to weigh in on domestic U.S. politics.
Author: Erin Cunningham
Three schools were vandalized this weekend in Melbourne.
Author: Amanda Erickson
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has styled himself as a leader of Jews everywhere, drew flak for giving no response to Charlottesville at all.
Author: Loveday Morris
The drop in the number of asylum seekers comes as advocates warn of rising risks for migrants.
Author: Michael Birnbaum
Online celebrations in extremist circles clashed with the more measured tone of far-right leaders.
Author: Isaac Stanley-Becker
The extremist group steps up efforts to target the country, including recruiting Sunni minorities to carry out attacks.
Author: Erin Cunningham
The Japanese family never knew what happened to their brother until flag’s return.
Author: Anna Fifield
U.S. Joint Chiefs chairman stresses diplomacy, but notes ‘full range’ of military options at ready
Author: Anna Fifield
Strict laws against hate speech are at the heart of the Europeans’ reckoning with the Nazi past.
Author: Isaac Stanley-Becker
Authorities are calling it a terrorist attack in this country targeted by al-Qaeda in the past.
Author: Paul Schemm
The iconic landmark is taking a long time-out for repairs.
Author: William Booth
As the search for Swedish journalist Kim Wall continues, police have arrested the Danish submarine owner on a charge of involuntary manslaughter.
Author: Samantha Schmidt
But Beijing also warns Washington not to split the international coalition by starting a trade war.
Author: Simon Denyer
Neighbors slaughtered neighbors; childhood friends became sworn enemies. 
Author: Vidhi Doshi
A coalition spokesman dismissed an Islamic State claim of responsibility for the deaths.
Author: Kareem Fahim
Attackers stormed one of Guatemala’s largest hospitals with guns blazing Wednesday to free an imprisoned gang member, officials said. At least seven people were killed and five were arrested.
Author: Sonia Perez D. | AP
Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday skirted questions about President Donald Trump’s comments voicing sympathy for Charlottesville protesters, but said he stands with the president nonetheless.
Author: Jill Colvin | AP
Venezuelan authorities said Wednesday they would seek the arrest of ousted chief prosecutor Luisa Ortega’s husband for allegedly running a $6 million extortion ring with corrupt prosecutors under her supervision.
Author: Associated Press
Authorities in Ecuador have detained 20 Chinese crewmembers on a ship found near the Galapagos holding 300 tons of frozen marine animals — some from species in danger of extinction.
Author: Associated Press
Hawa Stevens spoke through tears of the 28 family members she lost after surging mudslides and floodwaters swept through Sierra Leone’s capital, killing hundreds and leaving hundreds more missing.
Author: Alhaji Manika Kamara and Clarence Roy-Macaulay | AP
French authorities filed preliminary murder charges Wednesday against a security guard who intentionally sped his car into a crowded pizzeria east of Paris, killing an adolescent girl and injuring a dozen other people.
Author: Associated Press
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