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More than just a trusted adviser, Kellyanne Conway earned the nickname "Trump Whisperer" on the U.S. presidential campaign trail for an uncanny ability to soothe and soften the brash real estate magnate.
 
Before Donald Trump has even arrived in the White House, Iran says the United States has already violated the nuclear deal and threatened to build atomic-powered ships in retaliation. Is the historic accord at risk?
 
The impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-hye has set off an early scramble among her potential successors, even before the final decision has been made to remove her from office.
 
It has been a record year for Italy's coastguard, with nearly 180,000 people rescued in the Mediterranean, longer days than ever before and, despite their efforts, thousands of victims.
 
In 2013, Donald Trump appeared poised to conquer a new frontier: Russia.
 
In 1991, as one provincial Kazakh town embarked on a journey through independence that would see it transformed into a state-of-the art capital, another hurtled towards collapse.
 
Six ways Trump has upended politics
During his unorthodox White House campaign, Donald Trump thoroughly shredded the rules of American politics, from his often coarse language to his intermittent disdain for basic concepts like freedom of the press.
 
President-elect Donald Trump's plan to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem signals an end to Washington's efforts to cajole its ally into giving up occupied land to a Palestinian state.
 
Russia's alleged cyber-meddling in the U.S. presidential election demands immediate retaliation if the country is to deter future attacks of the kind, national security experts said Friday.
 
It's been a bad year for the Latin American left, which lost its spiritual leader Fidel Castro, saw its "pink tide" ebb to new lows and now faces the menace of Donald Trump.
 
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