At a conference Sunday, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz lashed out at climate scientists, accusing them of falsifying data.
Banco Bradesco is expected to announce its acquisition of HSBC's Brazil unit on Monday.
Egypt, which has been accused of suppressing political dissent through violence, has also struggled to contain a growing insurgency in the Sinai Peninsula.
It's feared that a far-right group -- formed by some protesters who helped toppled the previous administration -- could be taking aim at the current government.
The weather caused a tent to collapse at a suburban festival, killing one person and injuring more than a dozen others.
Stock markets in Greece are expected to reopen for business Monday after a month, while Greece seeks more bailout funds.
Boko Haram's insurgency has killed more 15,000 people since 2009, in Nigeria and neighboring countries.
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