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The demonstrations commemorate a mass 2009 pro-government rally challenging those who rejected the re-election of hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Kim Jong-un took the oft-repeated stance against the US as he reviewed North Korea's major nuclear weapons and missile tests this year.
Police and the FBI are investigating whether an argument over an online game prompted a hoax call that led to an officer shooting dead an innocent Kansas man.
Saudi Arabia, like other rich Gulf nations, is a magnet for hundreds of thousands of people from impoverished East African nations like Ethiopia and Somalia.
Map shows where the US sends its aid money and how it is used.
Obama said it was "hugely liberating" to be able to set his own agenda in the morning and to have the time to talk with his wife, Michelle, now that he is no longer president.
The 65-year-old woman went out for a smoke on the balcony and was blown off, landing on a snowdrift below.
Ahed Tamimi, from the West Bank village of Nebi Saleh, was arrested last week by Israeli troops and faces charges of attacking soldiers.
Her son, actor Ryan Urich, told Variety that his mother died late Sunday in Frankford, Ontario. She recently had been diagnosed with brain cancer.
Navalny is implicitly barred from running for office because of a conviction in a fraud case which has been viewed as political retribution.
China called for restraint Monday, with Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying saying that nations should "make positive and constructive efforts to de-escalate tensions" on the Korean Peninsula.
To hear Donald Trump talk, you'd think Barack Obama was the president who stole Christmas.
Guatemala was one of nine nations that voted with the United States and Israel when the UN General Assembly overwhelmingly adopted a non-binding resolution denouncing Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Both the Taliban and the local Islamic State affiliate have carried out several past attacks in the capital, mainly targeting security forces.
The pope took particular aim at areas of global tension where President Donald Trump is playing a critical role.
Kim Jong-un's North Korea is a threat but war with America can still be averted with robust diplomacy backed by military strength, Jim Mattis told US troops.
Coptic Christians make up about 10% of Egypt's 96 million population. Islamic extremists have targeted them in a sereis of brutal attacks in recent years.
India has the world's highest road accident death toll, with more than 110,000 people dying each year.
North Korea said Thursday (20 December) that a US accusation that it was behind a major ransomware attack was a "grave political provocation" and vowed to retaliate.
French dairy giant Lactalis reveals the recalls have now affected 30 countries and millions of products.