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The paper has published only 1 percent of the 58,000 files it received, Alan Rusbridger tells lawmakers.
The demonstrators want their country to be part of Europe rather than remain under Russia’s sway.
To British authorities, the Guardian is no angel. Its editor is under fire over the Edward Snowden case.
A report by the group says some countries are using the police network for political purposes.
Will Englund and Kathy Lally
Although it curbed Ukraine's enthusiasm for the E.U., Russia's foreign relations are under strain.
A growing number of U.S. and British transplants say Germany’s once-divided capital is safer than home.
Nine bone fragments are displayed publicly for the first time. Pope Francis prays over them at Mass.
Joby Warrick and Anne Gearan
Secretary of State John Kerry heads to Geneva amid reports of progress in talks to scale back key parts of Tehran’s nuclear program.
Authorities say they believe the women, ages 69, 57 and 30, were beaten, but not sexually abused.
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