Robert Fico says if his party returns to power in Saturday's vote, military aid to Ukraine will end.
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Plans for a new U.N. agency on artificial intelligence will be a crucial test for the global system.
The US wants to find those behind the killing of presidential candidate Fernando Villavicencio last month.
As a mastermind of India’s Green Revolution in the 1960s, he was credited with saving millions of people from starvation.
Witnesses, called by Republicans, cautioned that evidence is lacking for impeaching the president.
Ulf Kristersson says "everything is on the table" after three people are killed in 12 hours.
Prosecutors say the Peruvian man was retaliating against minors who refused to send explicit pictures.
Mr Trump and three of his adult children are among witnesses who are expected to be called in the case.
Police said that a deliberate act of vandalism may have brought down what is perhaps England’s most-photographed tree, the Sycamore Gap tree on Hadrian’s Wall.
A 14-year-old girl and her mother are among victims after attacks in two locations in the Dutch city.
The mother of a black girl not given a medal at a gymnastics event said officials showed "no empathy".
Khue Luu helped track down the vehicle after receiving a distress call about the lorry in France.
Police say there was no forced entry into Pava LaPere's flat before she was killed on Friday night.
The top US diplomat surprised guests at the Global Music Diplomacy Initiative when he took the stage.
It comes after the chamber's leaders loosened rules, seen as a move to accommodate Senator John Fetterman.
Each spring, magpies swoop on countless unsuspecting victims while defending their nests.
Yury Garavsky is acquitted of involvement in the forced disappearance of three opposition figures in 1999.
Pressure builds as Israeli closures over border violence hit Palestinian workers.
The East African nation has pledged 1,000 officers but many question their suitability.