The former president was charged with obstruction of justice in the widening scandal at Petrobras.
The International Weightlifting Federation said Russian weightlifters brought the sport “into disrepute.”
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Sledding in Saudi Arabia, hyperrealist sculptures in Spain, a 12-meter-tall puppet in England, snowfall in South Africa, Pokemon Go in Syria, and much more.
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President François Hollande announced the move to better protect citizens following recent terrorist attacks.
Eighty-four people were killed on Bastille Day in the French city. This is what we know about them.
The Republican nominee doesn’t just disagree with Democrats—his ideas represent a break with a long list of policies that have won bipartisan support for decades.
A church facing setbacks elsewhere finds an unlikely foothold.
It’s the latest violence in India against Dalits, who have been discriminated against for centuries.
The father of a Muslim American who died in Iraq confronts Donald Trump.
The German chancellor stood firm on her welcoming policy toward asylum-seekers in the face of criticism after a week of terrorist attacks.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Russia's critics are mixing sports and politics, but the combination is as old as the games themselves.
This week, an estimated 50,000 people have gathered in Philadelphia for the four-day Democratic National Convention.
Miles of abandoned railway tracks give the city a rare chance to experiment with public spaces.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas asked Arab leaders to support the lawsuit on the grounds it led to the Palestinian exodus from the modern state of Israel.
Al-Qaeda’s branch in the country has announced it would break away from the larger jihadist movement.
Seeking prosperity through lax business and tax regulations leaves countries worse off.
Authorities identified both men who attacked a church as 19-year-olds who were on the country’s terrorist watch list.