Heroes or agitators? Young lawmakers on Venezuela's front line
CARACAS One was knocked off his feet by a water cannon. Another was pushed into a drain. Most have been pepper-sprayed, tear-gassed, beaten and hit by pellet shots.
MOSCOW Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that Moscow could not accept North Korea's "reckless nuclear actions" but said he hoped the United States would not take any unilateral action against Pyongyang.
Lavrov warned against anyone responding to North Korea's behaviour by "breaking international law."
In televised comments, he also said that Russia was ready to restore relations with Washington and would judge U.S. President Donald Trump's readiness to do the same by his statements.
(Reporting by Polina Devitt; Writing by Maria Tsvetkova; Editing by Andrew Osborn)
MOSUL, Iraq People in the Iraqi city of Mosul celebrated their first Muslim Eid holiday without Islamic State in years on Sunday after the militants were ejected from much of the city, and hoped the battle to recapture the remaining area would soon be over.