The decision by former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva raised the specter of a dramatic showdown with law enforcement officials.
The list includes some of the world’s richest people, from multiple industries, with fortunes that are closely tied to their relations with the Kremlin.
A Japanese baseball club is struggling to identify fans who taunted rival Hiroshima Carp supporters with references to the atomic bomb which devastated the city in 1945.
In a spate of recent incidents, experts have questioned the authenticity of works said to have been painted by the Russian masters of the period.
The country's democratic era has been blighted by successive scandals involving presidents.
The supersonic test flight of its SpaceShipTwo rocket ship was the first since a crash in 2014.
The cousin of Yulia Skripal has been refused a visa to come to Britain and visit her relatives in Salisbury District Hospital.
Victory could be difficult to verify, much less achieve, as the U.S. protests Beijing’s effort to retool Chinese industries for the 21st century.
Thousands view a bear reluctantly leaving its cosy winter den in Glacier National Park.
Marchers gathered around the Brooklyn police precinct near the site of the fatal shooting.
UFC fighter Conor McGregor has been taken to court in handcuffs after being charged with three counts of assault.
President Trump launched into a new defense of his pugnacious trade policies on Friday, pointing to the falling price of aluminum to deny harm to consumers.
Lorde has admitted she was an "idiot" as she apologised for posting what social media users called a "disgusting" and "insensitive" post referencing Whitney Houston.
The man who discovered Danielle McLaughlin's body after her murder tells an Indian court what he saw.
The ex-president does not plan to go to federal police HQ to hand himself in, media reports say.
Foreign minister says Spain will "defend our position" but is having "constructive talks" with UK.
The US sanctions Russian oligarchs, government officials and companies over "malicious" activity.
The US economy added fewer jobs than expected, with some analysts blaming the cold weather.
Konstantin V. Kilimnik, a 47-year-old former Russian military interpreter, is nicknamed “the midget.” But he’s looming large in the special counsel’s inquiry.
Russian Sergei Skripal is no longer in a critical condition, doctors say, after nerve agent poisoning.
Sporadic rifle fire from the Israeli side made clear that the demonstration could elicit the sort of response that left 20 dead a week ago.
Rugby star Paddy Jackson has said he is "ashamed" and "truly sorry" to a woman who accused him of rape.
Despite being charged with corruption, former South African President Jacob Zuma still has his loyal supporters.
Carles Puigdemont is released on bail in Germany, where he was held on a European arrest warrant.
Potential donors must be free of genetic or infectious diseases and of "sound ideological qualities".
Sergei Skripal is no longer in a critical condition following last month's nerve agent attack, Salisbury District Hospital says.
Poisoned spy Sergei Skripal is no longer in a critical condition and his daughter says her strength is "growing daily". Just a few weeks ago they were seemingly on the brink of death - so how did they survive?
Black Panther will be the first movie shown when Saudi Arabia opens its first cinema in 35 years - bringing an end to a ban in the deeply conservative Kingdom.
The Kremlin has accused Britain of denying access to Ms. Skripal, who is being treated for nerve agent poisoning. Britain says the choice is hers.
The brevity of his appearance did not detract from the powerful image of Mr. Zuma, a commanding figure just a few months ago, as a defendant.
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