After his angry performance with fellow Group of 7 leaders, allies fear that President Trump will deliver a noisy, divisive NATO summit meeting next month.
Thousands marched in the streets of Paris on Saturday to protest the policies of President Emmanuel Macron.
Voters outside a polling station in the Ujbuda district of Budapest on Sunday.
Protesters marched in December in Bucharest, Romania, in support of the judicial system and against changes adopted by the governing coalition.
A banner for the Cambodian People’s Party, led by Prime Minister Hun Sen, in Phnom Penh, the capital. Cambodia’s only well-known opposition party was shut down by a court last year.
Ghazni is a strategic Afghan city that controls the main highway between Kabul, the capital, and the country’s second-largest city, Kandahar.
Christian pilgrims entering the Jordan River as part of a baptism ceremony at the Qasr al-Yahud site.
An intersection near Mjolnerparken, a housing project in Copenhagen that is classified as a ghetto by the Danish government.
An injured Afghan boy on a stretcher outside a hospital in Kunduz last month, a day after a government air attack on a religious ceremony. The United Nations has found that at least 50 of at least 71 people wounded were children, along with at least 30 of the at least 36 killed.
Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, center, joined other top diplomats in Kuwait for a three-day donor conference on rebuilding Iraq, which ends on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel said on Sunday that “a deal that enables Iran to keep and hide all its nuclear weapons know-how is a horrible deal.”
A Danish inventor, Peter Madsen, has been convicted of killing Ms. Wall, a Swedish journalist, on a submarine he built.
A cleric spoke at a rally for the Sairoon alliance led by the Shiite cleric Moktada al-Sadr in Baghdad last week.
Protesters holding banners that read “Freedom for the Political Prisoners” at an event last month in Barcelona in support of imprisoned Catalan politicians and officials.
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad in his offices in Putrajaya, Malaysia, on Wednesday. “The more we look into the previous administration, the more bad things we find,” he said.
M., who was kidnapped and sold into sexual slavery and raped repeatedly by fighters with the Islamic State, wept as she prepared to leave for Germany in January under a resettlement program. She was in a camp for internally displaced Yazidis near Dohuk, Iraq.
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