Fifty to 100 gay men and transgender women were arrested in Azerbaijan after raids on bars and private homes, according to activists and local media reports.
The United Nations’ fourth annual International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapon comes at historic moment of brinkmanship.
The parents of Otto Warmbier on Tuesday blasted the regime in Pyongyang as “terrorists” and “not a victim.”
“There’s the possibility that North Korea will become ever more paranoid that the U.S. is lurking around in its air or naval space,” one analyst warned.
Atlanta native Nick Cooper, 26, and his roommate were trapped on Dominica as the Caribbean island was battered by Hurricane Maria.
The suspect, who was shot and killed, tried to blend in with Palestinian day workers before opening fire on border police.
Michael Cottman traces the story of the Henrietta Marie, a slave ship that wrecked near Key West after dropping off kidnapped Africans in Barbados and Jamaica.
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