“She was seduced by lifestyle and the opportunity to post glamorous Instagram photos from around the world,” an Australian judge said of Melina Roberge.
Cuba’s National Assembly announced the result of a 603-1 vote that marked the end of nearly six decades of rule under Fidel Castro and his brother Raúl.
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A string of recent attacks and incidents in Berlin has renewed fears of anti-Semitism.
Alleged bitcoin heist mastermind reportedly escapes from Iceland prison, goes to airport and flies away
Sindri Thor Stefansson is suspected of orchestrating the heist of about $2 million in computer equipment, officials say.
Intruders stormed parliament and ran off with a ceremonial mace. Later, it was found under an overpass.
The tulip region of the Netherlands takes on the appearance of a patchwork quilt in the spring.
The president lashed out on Twitter again hours after Gov. Jerry Brown said he had reached a deal with federal officials to send personnel to the Mexican border.
Paris also witnessed its warmest April weather since 1949.
Formally named Cuba’s head of state, Díaz-Canel spoke of cautious change, but always in the context of Cuban socialism.
Skeptics doubt that Kim Jong Un would so easily give up on one of his key demands.
The Austrian pediatrician is hailed for his work, but new research into his life shows he might have gone along with a violent regime.