While campaigning last year to become Rio de Janeiro's mayor, Marcelo Crivella, a retired Pentecostal bishop, insisted his faith would not get in the way of governing the nation's most famous city.
The Russian government has launched its own “fake news” watchdog service.
Now this is what you call workplace innovation.
Iraqi federal police forces – backed by the U.S. – entered Mosul International Airport and took control of the runway, an Iraqi official said Thursday.
A blast in Pakistan left six people dead Thursday, Reuters reported, citing a local television station.
North Korea denied Thursday that its agents masterminded the assassination of the half brother of leader Kim Jong Un, saying a Malaysian investigation into the death of one of its nationals is full of "holes and contradictions."
In total, there were 1,938 homicides in January, up 34 percent from 1,442 in the same month last year.
Canadian border officials are spotting a noteworthy trend: The number of people sneaking in from the US and asking for asylum has gone way up. One popular route leads into Quebec.
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