A Chinese battery plant has raised local ire, but Belarus, like Russia, needs the economic lifeline and cannot expect much help from Europe.
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Two German tourists set up a travel stove by the Rialto Bridge, one of the city’s main landmarks. The move fell afoul of rules to preserve “decorum” in the city center.
The British defense secretary called the seizure “a hostile act,” and the government warned ships to avoid the Strait of Hormuz.
With less than 1 percent of registered voters making a consequential decision at a critical time, many are questioning the foundations of their democracy.
Ten Moroccan women who worked as pickers have filed suits complaining of sexual harassment and assault, rape, human trafficking and labor violations.
For about 40 minutes on Friday, the account spewed a series of curious messages, including some that used profanity to denigrate police officers.
By keeping costs down and prices affordable, Mr. Ryan grew the company from one store in Dublin into an international retail behemoth.
Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj, a former commander of the separatist Kosovo Liberation Army, urged President Hashim Thaci to call an early parliamentary election.
The League party and Five Star Movement have been increasingly at odds, raising speculation that the coalition might collapse, forcing early elections.
After a court said the rapper could be held at least six more days pending an assault investigation, President Trump said “we hope to get him home soon.”
Once a hero to Russian nationalists, Aleksandr G. Nevzorov has found a new cause and a growing audience in denouncing imperial fantasies.
A 5.1-magnitude earthquake prompted people in the Greek capital to flee buildings, though initial reports suggested no major injuries or damage.
The chancellor said the president’s “go back” comment ran counter to her impression of what had made America strong.
A party of 160,000 paying members has had roughly 40,000 joiners in the past year. That has raised questions about whether this new wave helped radicalize the party.
The Supreme Court reduced the state’s level of liability for damages in the deaths of 350 men and boys who were ordered out of a peacekeepers’ compound in 1995.
The filmmaker Richard Curtis portrays an unblemished city in one British romantic comedy after the other. In real life, the screenwriter of “Yesterday” gives his spin on favorite spots.
Following in the footsteps of the self-described “black feminist lesbian poet,” whose ideas caught fire in a city she cherished and criticized.
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Russian miniatures — boxes painted with elaborate fairy tales — once replaced the holy icons banned by the Soviets, but now history is reversing itself.
The alliance’s intelligence arm has been a priority for President Trump, but the appointment could make NATO’s analysis look like a rubber stamp for Washington.