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Everything in this Australian cafe is just like back in Colombia. Except the coffee. Colombian coffee is much better in Australia.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un agreed to resume the recovery efforts in the summit with President Donald Trump earlier this month in Singapore.
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The French President is calling for 'closed centres' for migrants so their eligibility for asylum can be assessed quickly.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's hold on power will be strengthened should he win the elections following controversial constitutional changes made last year.
The Trump administration has 2053 "separated minors" in custody, and a process has been established to reunite them with their parents before deportation.
Having what is judged to be the world's ugliest dog isn't all bad - you get to take home $1900, although you do have to keep the dog.
Weeks after an election marked by a record low turnout, unpredictable alliances are emerging in the quest to form government.
Saudi Arabia has joined the rest of the world in allowing women to get behind the wheel, much to the joy of drivers such as Hessah Alajaji.
Pro-European Union organisers claim 100,000 people marched in London demanding Britain hold another vote on the decision to leave.
A Melbourne aid worker is among four people who have been killed in a mini-bus crash in Cambodia.
Stephanie Wilkinson says she believes Sarah Huckabee Sanders' defence of Trump's cruellest policies is indefensible.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern explained why she chose the name Neve Te Aroha Ardern Gayford.
Sanders says she and her family members were kicked out by an owner who wanted her to leave because she works for President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump still had immigration on his mind as he headed to Nevada to bolster the hopes of a Republican senator facing a difficult re-election fight
Zimbabwe's election campaign season took a worrying turn on Saturday afternoon when a crude bombing at a speech delivered by President Emmerson Mnangagwa appeared to be an attempt on his life.
Farming leaders have cast doubt on claims that farmers in South Africa are being targeted because of their race.
Police in India's Maharashtra state have arrested a housewife for allegedly poisoning food at a function that killed five people, including four children.
A blast struck a huge rally for Ethiopia's reformist new PM as he was waving to the crowd that had turned out in numbers unseen in recent years in the East African nation.
To protect parliamentary discussion from being manipulated, Australia could expose weaponised narratives for the health of public debate, a new paper proposes.
Wild African dogs have been re-introduced to Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, part of a conservation project that aims to restore a diverse ecosystem.
Syrian government offensive seen testing resolve of anti-Assad fighters as well as US commitment to de-escalation agreement in the region.
The US and South Korea have agreed to indefinitely suspend two exchange program training exercises, the Pentagon said.
Hundreds of women marched in Rio de Janeiro on Friday to demand the legalisation of abortion in Brazil.
Calling the decision "inhumane", comes 10 days after Italy shut its own ports to a migrant vessel.
Five men convicted of sexually assaulting a young woman at the Pamplona bull running festival in 2016 were released on bail on Friday.
A handful of new federal prosecutors have joined one of special counsel Robert Mueller III's cases in a sign it may be wrapping up soon.
Phillip Hancock's generous organ donations changed five lives for the better, and drew praise medical staff in the megacity of Chongqing.
Confusion over Trump's order to allow migrant families to remain together after they illegally enter the US led to a tense argument at the White House.
The mother of the girl in the viral photo left Honduras to find work in the US and has been deported once before.
Throughout American history, during times of war and unrest, authorities have cited various reasons and laws to take children away from their parents.
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Marion Marechal withdrew from party politics after her aunt's bruising defeat in last year's presidential election.
The Czech government has given its backing to a bill that would make the country the first in the old Eastern Europe bloc to allow same-sex marriage.
A presidential palace, four times the size of Versailles, is just one of the president's "crazy ideas".
Wikileaks has published professional information and LinkedIn profiles of thousands of US ICE employees, as the fallout from the Trump administration's zero-tolerance policy continues.
Donald Trump separating children from parents; Europe's "offshore processing" in Africa. Is Australia somehow the inspiration for all this?
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The government of new Prime Minister Taur Matan Ruak is stumbling at the first hurdle of government.
Jacinda Ardern has not yet named her daughter, earlier saying that the process of finding a name was going 'terribly'.
An Indonesian court has sentenced radical Islamic cleric Aman Abdurrahman to death for inspiring his followers to commit a wave of terror attacks.
The US attacked first, imposing tariffs on steel and aluminium from around the globe and threatening to hit tens of billions of dollars on Chinese products.
This is by no means an exhaustive list (I would need about three months to see everything properly), but an idea of some of the big and not-so-big things to do.
'OMG you are going to love New York'. If I had a dollar for every time someone said that to me I would have paid for my trip. But I have a confession - I disliked New York.
Thai authorities say they may use special powers given to the military government to impose a total ban on the import of such potentially toxic materials.
A new directive from the Trump administration instructs scientists with the US Geological Survey to get approval before interviews with reporters.
Koko's remarkable sign-language ability and motherly attachment to pet cats helped change the world's views about the intelligence of animals.
The poisoning of a retired Russian agent acted as "big neon advertisement" to jihadists for the power of chemical attacks, an al-Qaeda informant said.
Donald Trump's handling of illegal immigration has plunged more than 2000 children into limbo. Here's what we know now about their status.
Trump said he was directing federal agencies to begin reuniting children and parents separated at the US-Mexico border after entering the country illegally.