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Australia's Attorney-General Christian Porter, left, and Minister for Communications Mitch Fifield hold a press conference in Canberra. Australia's parliament has passed legislation punishing Internet platforms for failing to remove violent audio and video.
An Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 sits grounded in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in March. Ethiopian officials on Thursday released the initial report into last month's crash of a Max 8.
At a Senate hearing March 27, Daniel Elwell, acting director of the Federal Aviation Administration, said airline pilots had enough training to handle Boeing's flight control software. But some pilots disagree.
Najib Razak, Malaysia's former prime minister, leaves court in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday — the first day in his trial over charges that he used a slush fund to put millions of dollars into his own accounts.
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Pictured here in 2018, the Crusader horsemen ride around the arena before the start of a Super Rugby semifinal match. The Crusaders announced Wednesday that the team will be considering a change to its name and branding following the Christchurch attacks on March 15.
Juan Guaidó appears before the National Assembly in Caracas, Venezuela. The rival pro-government Constituent Assembly voted to strip Guaidó of his parliamentary immunity.
President Trump says he will close the United States' Southern border, or large sections of it, next week if Mexico does not immediately stop illegal immigration. Here Trump speaks to reporters during a visit to Lake Okeechobee and Herbert Hoover Dike at Canal Point, Fla., on Friday.
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Liu Yuejin of China's National Narcotics Control Commission speaks at a Beijing press conference on Monday. He announced that all fentanyl-related drugs will become controlled substances, effective May 1.