Supporters of US President Barack Obama are hoping his visit will give new momentum to his drive to advance Cuba's human rights. But the Cuban government continues to dismiss dissidents as mercenaries seeking to destabilize the country.
Donald Trump's 12-day tour might go down in history as being the last attempt to master the shifting of power in Asia. What is clear is that Washington has no clue, writes DW's Frank Sieren.
Fifteen new species of “smiley-faced” spiders have been discovered. But, their names will surprise. Among them, former US president Barack Obama, wife Michelle, actor Leonardo DiCaprio and US Senator Bernie Sanders.
A first group of refugees from Australian-run Pacific camps are being flown to the United States from Papua New Guinea. For years, rights groups have condemned Canberra’s detention camp practices.
The Ladies in White, who have rallied almost every week since its founding in 2003, have called off this week's protest. Cuba is in nine days of mourning for its longtime leader Fidel Castro, who died Friday at age 90.
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