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Unrest and violence in the six-month-long protests have peaked.
Sondland, a key figure in the Ukraine scandal, confirmed that both a White House meeting and military aid were explicitly used as leverage.
The New Yorker writer encountered spies, betrayal and prejudice while reporting the exposé that fuelled the #MeToo movement.
Is peace possible in Europe’s bloodlands?
It was Vladimir Putin who launched the fightback against post-Cold War liberal democracy.
The rhetoric of the 1998 film’s neo-Nazis is today chillingly echoed by Donald Trump.
Trump is right to be rattled – the first day of public impeachment hearings into the Ukraine scandal very much didn’t go his way.
A 22-year-old’s desperate protest against financial precarity has resonated with students across the country.
The Turksh bombardment of northern Syria has left casualties suffering from horrific burns injuries, probably from the illegal use of incendiary weapons.
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Sanders now seems to be gaining support in some early primaries. How far can he go?
Widespread protests in Lebanon have already led to the resignation of Prime Minister Saad Hariri. But, activists say, the revolution is just beginning.