Anti-corruption activists charge that Raúl Cervantes, an ally of President Enrique Peña Nieto, was appointed to protect the political establishment.
Maxim Lapunov says he spent 12 days in a blood-soaked cell, beaten, threatened and humiliated.
The Syrian Democratic Forces says only a few dozen Islamic State militants remain in the city.
The statement broke with the State Department, whose officials have said repeatedly that they did not know the cause of the illness.
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The results, with pro-government candidates winning a majority of state races, shocked many and raised new questions about the integrity of the nation’s electoral system.
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The state department in Washington says “the voice of the Venezuelan people was not heard”.
The Netanyahu government is trying to balance domestic demands with international opposition to new construction in the occupied territories.
Caruana Galizia, who revealed the secrets of the wealthy, powerful and corrupt on her widely read blog, died Monday after her car exploded. She had recently been digging into the Panama Papers.
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