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Russian opposition leader Navalny appears in court

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny appeared in court on Monday, a day after being detained at a major opposition rally against government corruption that he led the previous day

Turkish pop star, journalists on trial over failed coup

A Turkish pop singer and 28 other people, mostly journalists, are being tried on terrorism charges for alleged links to a U.S.-based Muslim cleric blamed by Turkey for a failed coup attempt

Eric Shawn reports: Moscow and Tehran, together

Amb. John Bolton on the increased ties between Russia and Iran

Cyclone Debbie moves towards Australian coast

Residents in susceptible areas of Australia's North Queensland coast are being urged to evacuate amid of warnings of storm surges and flooding. CNN's Pedram Javaheri reports.

Donald Trump Pretending to Be a Truck Driver Will…

While the White House was trying to rally support for the healthcare bill, Trump was playing with trucks. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.

Russian Opposition Figure Arrested During…

Alexei Navalny and his anti-corruption foundation organized protests across Russia against Dmitry Medvedev and Vladimir Putin.

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Poland questions legality of Tusk's EU re-election

Poland's foreign minister has challenged the legality of Donald Tusk's re-election to a top European Union job, saying the vote was "fake" and that it exposed the EU as having "double standards."

Syrian refugee in Germany won't pursue case against Facebook

A Syrian refugee in Germany has decided not to pursue further legal action against Facebook after a court rejected his call for an injunction forcing the company to seek and delete posts falsely linking him to crimes committed by migrants

Russia's growing sphere of influence

Amy Kellogg reports from Milan

US, Iraq investigate claims of civilian deaths

The US and Iraqi governments are investigating the allegations that civilians have been killed in recent coalition airstrikes in Mosul. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.

US Investigating Reports That Airstrikes Killed…

Officials are investigating reports that U.S.-led airstrikes in the ISIS stronghold Mosul left roughly 200 civilians dead.

More Syrian rebels, families leave city of Homs…

Syrian state TV: More residents leaving last rebel-held neighborhood in central city under deal with government

Merkel challenger seeks to move past deflating…

Chancellor Angela Merkel's challenger in Germany's September election has vowed that his party won't be put off its stride by a deflating result in a state vote, and warned his conservative rivals against celebrating too early

Iraqi prime minister on strategy to destroy ISIS

'Fox News Sunday' exclusive with Haider al-Abadi

Cyclone Debbie bears down on Australian coast

Residents in vulnerable areas of Australia's North Queensland coast are being urged to evacuate amid of warnings of storm surges and flooding.

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Ex-Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Has Been…

After nearly six years in custody, former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has been freed.

Activists: Hong Kong to arrest democracy protest…

A day after Hong Kong picked a new pro-Beijing leader, activists say police are planning to arrest student leaders and other prominent figures involved with the huge 2014 "Umbrella Movement" pro-democracy protests

British, Scottish leaders to meet amid independence dispute

British Prime Minister Theresa May is meeting Scotland's leader for the first time since they faced off in a struggle over a new push for Scottish independence as the U.K. leaves the European Union

US airstrike kills wanted Al-Qaeda leader

Compound of leader bombed

US, Iraq probe allegations of civilian deaths

The Pentagon and the Iraqi defense ministry are looking into allegations that US-led airstrikes may have killed Iraqi civilians in Mosul this month. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.

2 remain in custody in Britain attack, police say

UK police say two people remain in custody following last week's terror attack in London as messaging services face criticism for encrypted networks that allow attackers to communicate in secret

Strikes to hit French Guiana as tensions paralyze territory

French Guiana is facing a nationwide strike amid mounting protests over crime and economic difficulty that have paralyzed the French territory in South America, halted flights and a rocket launch and prompted a U.S. travel warning

Eric Shawn reports: What China wants

Fmr. Amb. Frank Lavin, author of 'Homefront to Battlefront,' on Beijing's goals

Inmates use tunnel to escape Mexican prison

Fourteen of 29 inmates are on still on the run after escaping a Mexican prison in Ciudad Victoria by tunneling underneath the prison wall. CNN's Leyla Santiago reports.

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Bulgaria near final results give pro-EU party…

A center-right, pro-European Union party is the clear winner in Bulgaria's parliamentary election, near final results on Monday show

Expat Turks begin voting in referendum on…

Turkish citizens living abroad have started casting ballots for Turkey's April 16 referendum on ushering in a system that would boost the president's powers

London attack serves as reminder of ongoing…

Tragedy reignites debate over surveillance