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Emmerson Mnangagwa is looking more and more like his predecessor as he resorts to violence to suppress fuel price demonstrations.
The world's 16,000 desalination plants are producing high amounts of brine that threaten to deplete certain underwater environments of oxygen.
A parliamentary rejection of Theresa May's Brexit deal adds little clarity about what comes next as the Brexit deadline draws nearer.
Without more international support, an influx of Venezuelans into Colombia could put migrants in danger or provoke blowback from local communities.
It's been nearly a month since mass demonstrations broke out against Sudan. That movement isn't showing signs of weakening.
Pompeo blamed President Obama for setting policy around the interests of individual Muslims, saying it "undermined the concept of the nation state."
Momentum is slowly building in the British parliament to a hold a second Brexit referendum. But carried out poorly, that might just make things worse.
Two days of U.S.-China trade talks have proved surprisingly productive, fueling hopes the countries can reach a deal to avert punishing new tariffs.
Instead of asking Turkey to guarantee US interests when we're gone, the US could push its Syrian allies to make nice with President Assad.