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Two US Latter-Day Saints detained in Russia since Friday, church says

Two US Latter-Day Saints detained in Russia since Friday, church says

The Mormon church says two of its U.S. members are being detained by Russian authorities, and its officials are criticizing the move as disturbing and unwarranted.
Defendant in UC-Berkeley assault pleads not guilty

Defendant in UC-Berkeley assault pleads not guilty

The suspect in the alleged attack on a conservative activist who was manning a recruitment table at the University of California, Berkeley campus Feb. 19 pleaded not guilty to four counts at his
Defendant in UC-Berkeley assault pleads not guilty

Defendant in UC-Berkeley assault pleads not guilty

The suspect in the alleged attack on a conservative activist who was manning a recruitment table at the University of California, Berkeley campus Feb. 19 pleaded not guilty to four counts at his

Defendant in UC-Berkeley assault pleads not guilty

The suspect in the alleged attack on a conservative activist who was manning a recruitment table at the University of California, Berkeley campus Feb. 19 pleaded not guilty to four counts at his
Colombia stops bid by exiled soldiers to forcefully deliver aid to Venezuela

Colombia stops bid by exiled soldiers to forcefully deliver aid to Venezuela

More than 200 exiled Venezuelan soldiers were ready for a standoff with their former comrades last month, when the Colombian government stepped in and brought it to a halt.
Colombia stops bid by exiled soldiers to forcefully deliver aid to Venezuela

Colombia stops bid by exiled soldiers to forcefully deliver aid to Venezuela

More than 200 exiled Venezuelan soldiers were ready for a standoff with their former comrades last month, when the Colombian government stepped in and brought it to a halt.

College senior on spring break killed by tires that flew off truck

Margaret Maurer, who was 21, was walking back to her car from a restroom during a stop along a highway in Mississippi on Tuesday when two tires weighing a combined 500 lbs. dislodged from an
College senior on spring break killed by tires that flew off truck

College senior on spring break killed by tires that flew off truck

Margaret Maurer, who was 21, was walking back to her car from a restroom during a stop along a highway in Mississippi on Tuesday when two tires weighing a combined 500 lbs. dislodged from an
Amazon tribe testifies Brazilian military slaughtered hundreds to make room for highway

Amazon tribe testifies Brazilian military slaughtered hundreds to make room for highway

Members of the Waimiri-Atroari tribe in Brazil's Amazon recounted before a non-indigenous judge last week how hundreds in their community were slaughtered by the military decades ago so that a highway
Turkish police tear gas crowd attempting banned Women's Day march

Turkish police tear gas crowd attempting banned Women's Day march

Turkish riot police on Friday fired tear gas to break up thousands of demonstrators who were trying to march for an International Women's Day event that had been banned by authorities.
Turkish police tear gas crowd attempting banned Women's Day march

Turkish police tear gas crowd attempting banned Women's Day march

Turkish riot police on Friday fired tear gas to break up thousands of demonstrators who were trying to march for an International Women's Day event that had been banned by authorities.
Turkish police tear gas crowd attempting banned Women's Day march

Turkish police tear gas crowd attempting banned Women's Day march

Turkish riot police on Friday fired tear gas to break up thousands of demonstrators who were trying to march for an International Women's Day event that had been banned by authorities.
Detained Venezuelan reporter says he has been beaten while in custody of government agents

Detained Venezuelan reporter says he has been beaten while in custody of government agents

A prominent Venezuelan journalist who was missing since after he left work Monday is in the custody of the country’s intelligence agents, according to the National Union of Press Workers.
Detained Venezuelan reporter says he has been beaten while in custody of government agents

Detained Venezuelan reporter says he has been beaten while in custody of government agents

A prominent Venezuelan journalist who was missing since after he left work Monday is in the custody of the country’s intelligence agents, according to the National Union of Press Workers.
Indonesian woman accused of killing Kim Jong Un's brother reiterates her innocence, says dropped charges shocked her

Indonesian woman accused of killing Kim Jong Un's brother reiterates her innocence, says dropped charges shocked her

Siti Aisyah, the Indonesian woman who was freed from custody in Malaysia Monday after being charged with killing Kim Jong Un’s half-brother in 2017, said she was skeptical when she first heard she was
Indonesian woman accused of killing Kim Jong Un's brother reiterates her innocence, says dropped charges shocked her

Indonesian woman accused of killing Kim Jong Un's brother reiterates her innocence, says dropped charges shocked her

Siti Aisyah, the Indonesian woman who was freed from custody in Malaysia Monday after being charged with killing Kim Jong Un’s half-brother in 2017, said she was skeptical when she first heard she was
Brazil school shooting leaves several dead, including 5 kids, reports say

Brazil school shooting leaves several dead, including 5 kids, reports say

Two hooded young men entered an elementary school in Brazil with guns blazing early Wednesday, killing at least five children and the principal, according to reports.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans confused after Brazilian dubbing mistakenly praises country's president

Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans confused after Brazilian dubbing mistakenly praises country's president

Brazilian fans of the sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine were shocked and none-too-pleased when an episode featured a character praising controversial President Jair Bolsonaro, the Wrap reported.

Obama administration slow to answer early alarms about fentanyl: report

A failure by the Obama administration to react to numerous warnings by state officials, and even its own federal drug investigators, about the growing public health crisis of illicit fentanyl allowed