Alexander Gauland, a co-leader of the Alternative for Germany party, told his local newspaper that he had to change the locks on his house, because the keys were in his stolen trousers.
It’s not that “Fire and Fury.”
The border between Slovenia and Croatia near the village of Gibina, Slovenia.
Donald Trump Jr. in front of Trump Towers after the project’s inauguration in Pune, India, on Wednesday.
A memorial for the victims of a van attack in Toronto last month. The suspect praised the “incel” movement.
The judge Alkali Laouali Ismaël showed Zalika Amadou where to sign her divorce papers as her husband, Noura Issa, center in blue, waited for his turn at a street-side court in Maradi, Niger.
Personal writings of Albert Einstein from 1922 to 1923 reveal the musings of a man grappling with countries and cultures he had never experienced before.
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia has yet to translate divisions in the West into fewer sanctions against his nation.
Hassan Aboud, left, with Abu Ayman in 2013 when Mr. Aboud was leading sieges against Syrian Army positions from which soldiers were shelling the civilian population.
The Notre-Dame-du-Perpétuel-Secours church in Montreal has been transformed into the Théâtre Paradoxe at a cost of nearly $3 million in renovations.
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, left, with John R. Bolton, President Trump’s national security adviser, on Wednesday at the Kremlin.
Opponents fear the 545-mile, $5.2 billion gas pipeline running from the Caspian Sea through Italy would disturb the beach in San Foca, Italy.
A poster of Imran Khan at a market in Islamabad, Pakistan, on Saturday.
South Sudanese immigrants at a beach in Melbourne, Australia. The government recently declared Victoria State had an “African gang” problem, but crime statistics do not bear out the claim.
Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany leaving a meeting of the Christian Democratic Union in Berlin early Monday. “We share a common goal in migration policy,” the party said in a statement. “We want to order, control and limit migration to Germany.”
Oussouby Sacko, the new, Mali-born president of Kyoto Seika University, at his inauguration party this month.
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