Brazilians began casting ballots Sunday in their most divisive presidential election in years, with a far-right politician promising an iron-fisted crackdown on crime, Jair Bolsonaro, the firm favorite in the first round.
Brazil votes for new president, far-right Bolsonaro favorite
Khashoggi’s disappearance draws global media reaction
Turkish authorities have concrete information on the disappearance of prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who has been missing for six days, an official of Turkey’s ruling AK Party who advises President Tayyip Erdogan said on Sunday.
Saudi journalist killed in consulate, Turkish sources say
A 5.9-magnitude earthquake struck just off the northwest coast of Haiti late Saturday, killing at least 11 people and causing damage to buildings in the Caribbean nation, authorities said.
At least 11 dead in Haiti earthquake: spokesman
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo agreed to arrange a second summit between the two countries “as soon as possible,” South Korea’s presidential office said on Sunday.
Seoul: Pompeo, Kim agree to second summit 'as soon as possible'
The number of people believed missing from the quake and tsunami that struck Indonesia's Palu city has soared to 5,000, an official said Sunday, an indication that far more may have perished in the twin disaster than the current toll.
Missing toll soars to 5,000 in engulfed Indonesia quake neighborhoods
At least 10 policemen were killed in clashes with the Taliban in the central Afghan province of Wardak, officials said on Sunday, amid fighting to wrest control of arterial highways a day after the militant group blew up bridges.
Taliban kill at least 10 police in central Afghanistan clashes
Conservative US judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court Saturday by a razor-thin margin in the Senate, ending months of partisan rancor over his nomination.
Kavanaugh sworn in at US Supreme Court after divisive fight

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