Relations between India and Pakistan have a history of colliding accounts over events in the disputed region.
"There are hundreds of laws that the Customs Administration monitors," a Dutch customer official said. "But this particular shipment is one that I will not easily forget."
In 2015, U.K. and U.S. passports were numbers one and two respectively, now they have both dropped outside the top five.
At the time of one of the mountaineers' deaths, his fiancee was pregnant with their child—a son who is now 30 years old.
Emmanuel Macron's presidential address was watched by more than 21 million people—a greater number than tuned in for France's World Cup Final victory last July.
"The French won't be satisfied with just crumbs. They want the whole baguette," one of the leading protesters responded.
Leaked documents laid bare the financial travails of alt-right provocateur Milo Yiannopolous and the luxurious lifestyle he leads.
"They couldn't find us," one passenger said. "We thought we only fell a few floors, but we ended up falling 84."
President Trump, who was so impressed by a military parade he attended in France in 2017 that he wanted the U.S. to host one of its own, could face disappointment when he returns to Paris on Veterans Day.
The alleged incident took place at 3.30 a.m. on Thursday while the luxury cruise liner Radiance of the Seas was at sea.
The "high-profile" Ukrainian fugitive has been dubbed the "King of the Castle" by the European Union's law-enforcement agency Europol for his lavish lifestyle.
"I upheld the ask of me to its fullest extent," she said.
Colbert was reacting to the resurfacing of Trump's feud with Stormy Daniels, which returned to the headlines in dramatic fashion.
Widening the hate crime law review's remit has prompted some criticism.
Twenty-eight-year-old Kelsey Quayle died in hospital last week.
"I am not mad at her. I am not upset with her. I am not going to go after her legally or anything like that. I wish her the best," the man said.
The couple had been together for four years but kept it secret, knowing it would spark a backlash.
"They will not even touch a single hair of mine, because God and the people of Venezuela protect me," President Nicolás Maduro said.
Last year, a senior Chinese official responded to the growing number of reports by describing the region's Muslims as "the happiest Muslims in the world."
After a long-awaited report on religious freedom leaked, the prime minister was probed repeatedly on the issue during a press conference.