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Justin Trudeau: 5 Canada controversies that have rattled his leadership Justin Trudeau, Canada’s Prime Minister, has become embroiled in a number of controversies during his political career.

Holocaust-themed carnival celebration in Spain sparks outrage A Holocaust-themed parade in Spain featuring dancing Nazis and concentration camp prisoners stoked outrage from the Israeli government and Auschwitz museum.

Storms cause massive hole to open up in bridge at national park in the UK A series of storms in recent weeks blamed for damaging flooding and landslides in the United Kingdom is also being blamed for the collapse of a bridge at a national park.

Pro-life advocate in UK could face jail time for public protest of MP's abortion stance A pro-life activist in the United Kingdom is appearing in court Wednesday and Thursday after being accused of harassment against women by a prominent Labour MP simply for anti-abortion images at a public protest that could cause "distress and/or alarm to members of the public."

Germany high court rules assisted suicide ban unconstitutional Germany's highest court ruled Wednesday that a 2015 law banning assisted suicide when being conducted on a "business basis" is unconstitutional.

Philippines' Duterte says country can fight insurgents, Muslim extremists without US military Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday said Filipino forces can fight insurgents and Muslim extremists without American military help, in a defense of his recent decision to terminate a U.S. security pact.

Pope celebrates Ash Wednesday at Vatican as Masses in Italy canceled over coronavirus fears Pope Francis is celebrating Ash Wednesday as usual -- even though other Masses in Italy were canceled due to fears of the deadly coronavirus outbreak.

German man drove into Carnival parade crowd 'with the intention to kill,' prosecutors say The German man accused of driving his car through a crowd celebrating Carnival earlier this week is now being investigated on suspicion of attempted murder, prosecutors revealed Wednesday.

Brazilian police bust ‘nervous’ driver with nearly 2,000 pounds of marijuana hidden behind tractor-trailer wall A tractor-trailer hauling nearly 2,000 pounds of illegal marijuana hidden behind a false wall was intercepted in Brazil on Monday after police pulled over the nervous-looking driver, investigators said.

Trial opens for Americans accused of killing Italian police officer during drug deal gone wrong The two American students accused of killing an Italian police officer in Rome last summer in a case that has drawn comparisons to the murder probe of Amanda Knox have appeared in court Wednesday.

New Zealand kayaker found miles from his boat, treading water in choppy conditions for over an hour Authorities in New Zealand are hailing the preparedness of a "very experienced" kayaker that helped save his life over the weekend when he was found treading water several miles from his kayak amid rough seas.

Bus carrying wedding party in India crashes into river, killing at least 24 A bus carrying members of a wedding party plunged into a river in western India on Wednesday, killing at least 24 people, police said.

Guatemala ex-attorney general granted asylum by US in embezzlement case The U.S. granted asylum to Guatemala's ex-attorney general after her native country issued a warrant for her arrest over alleged embezzlement.

Global activists Malala Yousafzai and Greta Thunberg pose for pics at Oxford University Two of the world's most famous activists - Malala Yousafzai and Greta Thunberg - met Tuesday at Oxford University.

Locust outbreak devastating East Africa reaches Congo, UN officials say A locust outbreak that has devastated parts of East Africa and overwhelmed local officials has reached the Congo, according to the U.N.’s Food and Agriculture Organization.

UK lawmaker apologizes for exposing himself to woman in pub after 2007 video emerges A member of the British Parliament has apologized after video emerged of him exposing himself to a woman in a pub in 2007 before he was first elected to public office.

Julian Assange was stripped naked, mistreated at British prison, his lawyer alleges WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was stripped naked twice, handcuffed nearly a dozen times and had his court papers taken away from him following the first day of his extradition hearing, his lawyer complained to a judge Tuesday.

Sudden storm creates 'absolute bedlam' in Australia as Perth hit with high winds, flash flooding A strong storm created havoc in the Western Australian city of Perth on Tuesday as lighting, heavy rain and flash flooding damaged buildings and caused traffic chaos.

Herd of horses in Russia fall through frozen lake, rescued by farmers Several horses have to be rescued after falling through the ice on a frozen lake in Russia earlier this month.

Argentina man accused of sexually assaulting girl after parents set up cameras in bedroom Police in Argentina are on the hunt Tuesday for a relative who was seen staring into a surveillance camera after allegedly sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl in her bedroom.

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