With campaigns for December 21 regional elections beginning, the court action reminds voters of what's at stake
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Latest North Korean test raises the stakes but important questions remain about Pyongyang's capabilities
A new report published by Amnesty International highlights “rocketing levels of discrimination and gender-based violence".
In a final verdict, an international court convicts the last leader of Serb rebellion of genocide in Bosnia – 22 years later
The situation in Lebanon seems to returning to normality after weeks of intense regional geopolitical intrigue
Those pushed to the margins in society die far earlier, particularly women, new research confirms
George Engels went to Barcelona to get the opinions of people on both sides of the Catalan independence question
An outbreak of plague in Madagascar has raised alarm. Should the world be worried?
Spain's Attorney General is calling for charges against Catalonia's separatist leadership
If Spain's Senate authorizes Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's plan, Madrid will assume control over Catalonia's finances, police and public media. WikiTribune's George Engels reports from Barcelona.
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In a move likely to hinder bipartisan negotiations surrounding DACA, U.S. President Donald J. Trump tied a set of hardline immigration demands to Dreamers' legal status.