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Karl Marx’s London tomb vandalized in ‘brutal’ hammer attack

Karl Marx’s London tomb vandalized in ‘brutal’ hammer attack

An unknown vandal attacked the tomb of Karl Marx at London's Highgate Cemetery, doing substantial damage to the popular monument that marks the grave of the author of "The Communist Manifesto."
Fake mustaches, Trump posters and Netanyahu interviewing himself: The bewildering world of Israeli election ads

Fake mustaches, Trump posters and Netanyahu interviewing himself: The bewildering world of Israeli election ads

Israeli voters are being entertained by a slew of short video clips from politicians vying for seats in parliament.
Why your favorite foreign cities and countries may soon tell you to pay more to visit

Why your favorite foreign cities and countries may soon tell you to pay more to visit

Global visitor numbers are up, but so are concerns about the costs of “overtourism.”
The pressure against Maduro is building

The pressure against Maduro is building

Venezuela's embattled president got more bad news after most of Europe's governments recognized his challenger.
Five things to know about religious freedom in the United Arab Emirates

Five things to know about religious freedom in the United Arab Emirates

While the freedom of worship is enshrined in the constitution, the government maintains tight control over where religious activities can take place.
Australians could find crocodiles, snakes in ‘unexpected places’ after floods, officials warn

Australians could find crocodiles, snakes in ‘unexpected places’ after floods, officials warn

Floodwaters could submerge up to 20,000 homes in Townsville, a coastal city in Queensland, officials said.
Quexit? Britain has a Brexit emergency evacuation plan for the queen.

Quexit? Britain has a Brexit emergency evacuation plan for the queen.

In the event of a no-deal Brexit, the queen, at least, will be saved.
In conservative Catholic Poland, a gay and atheist politician is seizing the moment

In conservative Catholic Poland, a gay and atheist politician is seizing the moment

“There is no room for hate, we have reached the limit,” Robert Biedron said in Warsaw on Sunday.

Trump embraces a new nuclear arms race

By scrapping a major Cold War treaty, the White House could spark a dangerous escalation.
Palestinians refuse to meet with Trump’s adviser, so he’s tweeting them

Palestinians refuse to meet with Trump’s adviser, so he’s tweeting them

Palestinian leaders have refused to meet or talk with U.S. officials since President Trump announced he would recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move the U.S. Embassy there.
A Venezuelan air force general defected from Maduro’s side. Here’s what we know.

A Venezuelan air force general defected from Maduro’s side. Here’s what we know.

Gen. Francisco Yanez is the highest ranking military official to switch sides since a political crisis began in January.

Massive protests are taking place in Venezuela. Here’s what they look like.

As many as hundreds of thousands of people may have taken to the streets.
The largest-ever U.S. fentanyl bust came at a legal entry point. That shouldn’t come as a surprise.

The largest-ever U.S. fentanyl bust came at a legal entry point. That shouldn’t come as a surprise.

Most drugs smuggled over the border come through legal ports of entry, experts say.
Meet the two journalists Myanmar sentenced to 7 years for their reporting on Rohingya

Meet the two journalists Myanmar sentenced to 7 years for their reporting on Rohingya

Last year, a Myanmar court sentenced Reuters journalists Kyaw Soe Oo and Wa Lone to seven years in prison for violating the country’s colonial-era secrets law.
A Trump-Kim summit in Vietnam would carry major symbolism for North Korea

A Trump-Kim summit in Vietnam would carry major symbolism for North Korea

Vietnam is an appealing model for North Korea, even though the two nations have some key differences.
India’s job crisis is worse than people thought — and its government tried to squelch the data

India’s job crisis is worse than people thought — and its government tried to squelch the data

Unemployment touched a four-decade high last year, according to leaked official figures.
The winner of Australia’s biggest literary prize is an asylum seeker confined by the government on a remote island

The winner of Australia’s biggest literary prize is an asylum seeker confined by the government on a remote island

The award puts an uncomfortable, renewed spotlight at the treatment of asylum seekers in Nauru and Manus Island.
Meet the next king of YouTube: An Indian music channel

Meet the next king of YouTube: An Indian music channel

YouTube’s biggest star PewDiePie may lose his top spot due to India’s internet revolution
Trump’s new conflict with Europe

Trump’s new conflict with Europe

Britain, France and Germany have issued a major challenge to U.S. sanctions on Iran.