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Ukrainian authorities have launched an investigation after a midair collision between two warplanes in the west of the country killed three pilots. According to the air force’s Telegram page, two … more
More than 600 firefighters, including reinforcements from several European countries, backed by a fleet of water-dropping planes and helicopters are battling three persistent major wildfires in … more
The final two months of Yevgeny Prigozhin's life are shrouded in mystery. When the Russian mercenary leader staged a mutiny against the country's military in June, President Vladimir Putin decried it … more
For the wrecked Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, managing the ever-growing volume of radioactive wastewater held in more than 1,000 tanks has been a safety risk and a burden since the meltdown in … more
A powerful gang in Haiti has opened fire on a large group of parishioners led by a pastor as they marched through a community armed with machetes to rid the area of gang members. The attack Saturday … more
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa was re-elected for a second and final term Saturday. Mnangagwa won 52.6% of the vote, the Zimbabwe Election Commission said at a late-night announcement in the … more
Mystery hunters have converged on a Scottish lake to look for signs of the mythical Loch Ness Monster. Researchers will seek evidence of Nessie using thermal-imaging drones, infrared cameras and a … more
The British Museum says it has recovered some of the 2,000 items believed to have been stolen by an insider. Chairman of trustees George Osborne acknowledged Saturday that the thefts had damaged the … more
Russian media say a drone attack on Moscow forced a temporary shutdown of all three major airports serving the city. Officials blamed Ukraine for what appeared to be the latest in a series of regular … more
Islamic State extremists have almost doubled the territory they control in Mali in less than a year, and their al-Qaida-linked rivals are also capitalizing on the deadlock and perceived weakness of … more
Taiwan’s defense ministry says China sent dozens of aircraft and vessels toward the island, just days after the United States approved a $500-million arms sale to Taiwan. The defense ministry said … more
The United States and its allies clashed with North Korea, Russia and China over Pyongyang’s failed attempts to launch a spy satellite and who is responsible for escalating tensions on the Korean … more
Niger’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the French ambassador has been asked to leave the country. The move further escalates the international crisis in the West African nation stemming from a … more
India’s lunar rover is continuing its walk on the moon after the historic touch-down of India’s spacecraft near the moon’s south pole earlier this week. The Chandrayan-3 Rover is expected to … more
Poland's internal security officers are searching for the source of an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease which has killed seven people and infected more than 100 in a strategic city near the border … more
Zimbabweans are waiting anxiously for the outcome of general elections as dozens of armed police with water cannons guard the national results center, the scene of deadly violence after the previous … more
Authorities battling a major wildfire in northeastern Greece that has been described as the European Union’s largest recorded single fire have recovered another body, the fire department says. That … more
Over the years, Kremlin political critics, turncoat spies and journalists have been killed in a variety of ways. Their deaths range from the exotic — from drinking polonium-laced tea or touching a … more
When Giorgia Meloni was running to become Italy’s first far-right head of government of the post-war era, she steeped her winning campaign in the sharply ideological rhetoric of national … more
Seventy years after a CIA-orchestrated coup toppled Iran’s prime minister, its legacy remains both contentious and complicated for the Islamic Republic as tensions stay high with the United States. … more
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