Jürgen Kantner, who was abducted by Abu Sayyaf militants three months ago while traveling with his partner on a yacht, had been taken by kidnappers before.
With President Trump focused on what it perceives as weakness at home, Moscow can pursue its own interests free of pressure from the United States, observers say.
How Mr. Wilders and his party fare in March 15 elections in the Netherlands could indicate the strength of the far right elsewhere in Europe.
Indians were relatively welcoming of President Trump’s victory, but the killing of an Indian man in Kansas and serious worries about an immigration crackdown were starting to sour that view.
The American military’s firepower has helped Iraqi forces make notable gains in their push into western Mosul, which remains under the Islamic State’s control.
“StopFake News,” which is overseen by the journalism department at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy in Ukraine, debunks fake news from a basement television studio.
Im Chaem, 74, who lives in a snug house surrounded by fruit trees, was accused of overseeing the slaughter of tens of thousands as a Khmer Rouge official. Her case was dismissed.
Coffin-building clubs have gained popularity among older New Zealanders looking beyond traditional social activities.