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Guadalupe Manrikez sums up the feeling of many in the small U.S. border town of Nogales, when asked about Donald Trump's promise to build a giant wall dividing the country from Mexico.
President Rodrigo Duterte's shock "separation" from the United States has thrown Philippine foreign policy into confusion, with the Americans saying they are baffled and some of his top aides contradicting him.
Many Americans are appalled by the prospect of Donald Trump winning the U.S. presidency. Many are just as scared over what might happen if he loses.
"Law and order" has been a central theme in Donald Trump's presidential campaign. But the term has deep-rooted racial connotations in the United States that give many African Americans pause.
Stemming the astronomical losses caused by crime in the oceans surrounding Africa is the focus of a major continental summit on Saturday in the Togolese capital, Lome.
The adoration felt by his people for the late king of Thailand was unique, but several modern monarchs have proved remarkably adept at maintaining public support for what many see as an outdated institution.
American politics has always had one foot in the gutter. Slave concubines. Model girlfriends on yachts. Monica Lewinsky. But no modern-era presidential contest has been so consistently debasing as this year's train wreck featuring Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, experts say.
As Egypt braces for austerity reforms, the military has expanded its economic role, at times helping President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi assuage the impact of rising prices on the country's poor.
Protectionism's rise in Europe and the United States is pushing the world's economic leaders toward a delicate balancing act: defending globalization but acknowledging the pain that sometimes comes with it.
Former Portuguese prime minister Antonio Guterres, who is poised to become the next U.N. secretary-general, is a self-described man of action who earned his stripes as the world body's refugee chief, tirelessly pressing rich nations to do more.
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