A war crimes tribunal backed by the United Nations has sentenced a former Khmer Rouge prison chief to 35 years in prison for atrocities committed under the regime in the 1970s.
Twin car bombs have killed at least 27 people and wounded dozens more in a residential area of the city of Benghazi. The first blast went off outside a mosque, with a second blast hitting rescue workers minutes later.
The US attorney general was questioned last week as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's probe, officials confirmed. Sessions is the first cabinet member to be interviewed over alleged Trump campaign ties to Russia.
Arthur Wagner, a politician in the eastern state of Brandenberg, has become a Muslim. His Alternative for Germany (AfD) party entered the Bundestag last year following a populist, anti-Islam campaign.
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