"It would knock the air out of any hope Biden as president will be more than just 'not-Trump,'" warned Ishena Robinson, a Chicago writer for The Root.
Plymouth City Council approved a planned $3 million renovation, which will create a new Scientology church.
"Maduro, with the help of Cuban intelligence, has a plan, and that is to find new pretexts for arrests of those who seek a return to democracy," one expert told Newsweek.
The U.S.-led coalition claimed to have killed an infamous ISIS commander, but the Syrian government and activists said no.
Both leaders have castigated their democratic opposition as dangerous extremists.
"It would have been great if he had used his voice for the good of people in Africa. I'm a musician, but I am not allowed to stage a show in my own country because I disagree with the president," Bobi Wine said.
"Every time some anti-white, anti-American, anti-freedom event takes place, you look at it, and it's Jews behind it," the posters read.
The president said the coup was planned by rogue elements within the military, communist rebels and opposing political parties.
In March, Alexei Muzhetsky was abducted and attacked by men posing as Russian security agents, the Agora human rights group said.
Zimbabwe's security forces have harassed activists and leaders supporting the MDC Alliance.
Maduro accused exiled opposition leader Julio Borges and lawmaker Juan Requesens of planning the attack.
A drop in Putin's popularity comes at a time when Russian dissatisfaction in state polls is gradually building.
"Do you know Russian? Are you an [sic] US citizen with a college degree? Do you have an interest in serving your country?"
Last year saw a peak in almost a quarter of a century for Russians seeking to leave their homeland for the U.S., on the grounds of persecution.
Hacking the 2016 election was just another front against the US.
Stalin summoned three bishops and told them he was prepared to legalize the Orthodox Church.
An Oscar-nominated documentary lifts the lid on Russia's dirty little secret.
The October Revolution is now considered to have divided Russian society and inflicted pain.
'We'll not sell out Crimea for ships. We will neither surrender nor swap it.'
Threatening the financial equivalent of massive retaliation against Russia is the wrong weapon.