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As new details of Sri Lanka attackers emerge, survivors call for the return of a strongman

As the government raised the death toll to 359 and disclosed that many of the suicide bombers hailed from well to do families, controversial former president Mahinda Rajapaksa is getting a reappraisal.

Trump’s angry tweet about a common border incident prompts a Mexican investigation

Mexico vows to investigate allegation by President Trump that Mexican troops along border pulled guns on U.S. service members.

After Trump walked out on him, North Korea’s Kim meets with Putin in Russia

Searching for alternatives after his failed nuclear talks with Trump, Kim Jong Un went to Vladivostok and met with Vladimir Putin on Thursday.

Egypt amends constitution to further the power of an increasingly autocratic president

Experts warn a heroin epidemic is imminent, a simmering crisis already hitting the country’s poorest and being overlooked by policymakers.

Myanmar’s top court rejects appeal of jailed Reuters journalists

The two Pulitzer prize-winning journalists for Reuters were jailed in 2017 while reporting on Myanmar's violent suppression of Rohingya Muslims.

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