Some Russians fight back as Putin cracks down on freedoms

Russian President Vladimir Putin is no slouch when it comes to geopolitics: This week, he signed a decree suspending implementation of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear...

Yellow Vest protesters fan flames of anti-Semitism in France

Recent weeks have seen black swastikas scrawled across portraits of Auschwitz survivor, Simone Veil; 96 tombs at a Jewish cemetery defaced in eastern France;...

Care home owners arrested after police uncover ‘house of horrors’

Spanish police have arrested two care home owners who allegedly defrauded and abused elderly people in their care. Officers rescued two elderly people who had...

Denmark prosecutes 14 people who shared murder video

Danish police have launched prosecutions against 14 people who allegedly shared a video showing the murder of a young woman in Morocco. Police inspector Michael...

Putin says Russia stopped nearly 600 spies last year

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that the country's security services stopped nearly 600 foreign agents and intelligence personnel last year, declaring that adversaries...

Denmark has a ‘pervasive rape culture,’ says Amnesty International

Denmark has a "pervasive rape culture" caused by its failure to address victims' grievances, antiquated laws and its reluctance to prosecute rapists, Amnesty International...

Only six countries have equal rights for men and women, World Bank finds

The world is moving towards legal gender equality -- but it's moving very, very slowly. Only six countries currently give women and men equal rights,...

Treason convictions in Russia raise questions about 2016 hack on Democrats

Convictions handed down this week in a high-profile treason case in Russia have reopened questions about the Russian hacking of the 2016 US presidential...

Read the Pope’s entire speech blasting sexual abuse within the church

Here is a transcript of Pope Francis' speech Sunday on the final day of a historic Vatican summit on clergy sexual abuse, as posted on...

Top Catholic cardinal admits church destroyed documents on clergy sexual abuse

In a remarkable admission, German Cardinal Reinhard Marx said Saturday that documents that could have contained proof of clergy sexual abuse in the Catholic...

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