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London's Notting Hill Carnival has gotten off to its typically raucous and trouble-prone start with dozens of arrests and scores of injuries.
Binyamin Ben Eliezer, a veteran Israeli politician who held several top government posts and often served as a bridge to the Arab world, died Sunday. He was 80.
Rebels backed by Turkey made major gains Sunday in northern Syria, expelling Kurdish-led forces from towns and villages as part of a determined campaign by Ankara to push the militants east of the Euphrates River.
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff will have her first chance to defend herself in Congress on Monday as an impeachment process enters its final stages. Rousseff's speech and cross-examination in the Senate is expected to be the highlight of a trial that could permanently oust her on charges she mismanaged the federal budget. The fight for Brazil's leadership is about more than fiscal laws. The Associated Press explains how it got to this point and how the trial is playing out:
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Donald Trump warned Saturday of a "war on the American farmer," telling a crowd in Iowa that rival Hillary Clinton "wants to shut down family farms" and implement anti-agriculture policies.