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David Trifunov is a GlobalPost Breaking News writer and an award-winning freelance journalist based in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. His GlobalPost work has appeared on CNN.com, Salon.com and websites around the world. Dave's byline has also appeared in newspapers across Canada, including the Ottawa Citizen, Calgary Herald and Vancouver Sun.
About a dozen sheep, a sheepdog and 50 farmers arrived at the Louvre in Paris worried they would one day end up in a museum if European Union agriculture policy changed.
Bullets, gas, vandals and landlords have all conspired against Central Station, the oldest and biggest gay nightclub in Moscow.
French credit firm Coface put its weight behind Philippines, Peru, Indonesia and Sri Lanka as world's brightest new economies to watch.
European negotiators say you can only buy Parmesan in Parma, Cheddar in England and Brie in France.
After Russia issued a travel ban on nine high-ranking Americans, the Republican senator from Indiana asked Twitter if anyone knew the Russian word for 'Hoosier.'
Nowruz is celebrated across continents and cultures, from Afghanistan and Albania to Iran, Turkey and India.
Prominent Afghan journalists responded to the killing by announcing a boycott of Taliban coverage for 15 days.
Tacloban, a city that lost 3,000 people, where 20,000 are still homeless, appears remarkably 'Happy' in a video for the UN's International Day of Happiness.
Accusations that the Central Intelligence Agency overstepped its bounds and spied on Americans are as old as the agency itself.
Khadija Shah was six months pregnant and traveling with her two other children when caught with more than a hundred pounds of heroin.