The star was speaking at the Toronto International Film Festival about her acting debut.
Migrants are fearful after a mob attacked and killed a man in the Brazilian city of Boa Vista.
Les Moonves and CBS will give $20m to #MeToo groups, but he denies accusations of sexual misconduct.
As disinformation tools get smarter, some are finding ways to spot the fakes before they get shared.
Switzerland looks set to join an expanding world market for medicinal cannabis.
The main blocs in Sweden are all but tied after an election that boosted the anti-immigration SD.
A tribe of hunters in India's remote northeast changed their ways to conserve biodiversity.
Indonesians who say they were wrongly imprisoned demand compensation.
More than 120 Indonesians who were jailed for human trafficking are now seeking compensation.
Far-right and anti-fascist crowds march in Köthen, where a 22-year-old died after a fight with Afghan men.
At least one person died and many were injured as football fans tried to get through a single entrance.
Police break up rallies against a planned retirement age rise, beating some protesters with batons.
Local media say the crash happened when an oncoming lorry overtook a vehicle and crashed into the presidential convoy near the town of Straseni.
Igor Dodon's car is hit by an overtaking a lorry in wet weather but he escapes with light injuries.
A New York subway station has reopened for the first time since being destroyed in the 9/11 attack.
The small passenger aircraft carrying 23 people crashed as it tried to land in thick fog, reports say.
The tennis great has accused the umpire of sexism in docking her a game in the US Open final and denied cheating.
"Either we stay with a decent democracy or we choose another path," Stefan Lofven told the BBC.
But there appeared to be no ballistic missiles at the country's 70th anniversary celebrations.
Police say a man led them to the address in a Perth suburb, where dead women and children were found.
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