Rio’s police have already killed more than 1,000 people this year.
Until Easter Sunday, NTJ was just one of many peripheral hard-line religious groups in Sri Lanka.
With roads destroyed and a lack of helicopters, aid is struggling to get to people in remote areas.
MEPs vote on whether to extend Article 50 period beyond March 29. Is a second referendum in the cards?
"Where is the PetroCaribe money?"
“Terror is in charge. Violence is in charge. Tyranny is in charge. Dictatorship is in charge.”
“That’s why we say it’s just a club with four or five principles.”
With the direction of the country's future now hanging in the balance, we took a look at what's at stake.
“I think it changed the fabric of Europe and, unless you act very quickly, it’s never going to be what it was."
Italy is closing its ports to migrants crossing the Mediterranean, but there's a lot of pushback from other leaders
Migrants and refugees are trying to pass through Italy in order to reach France. But now they have to go through a treacherous mountain path.