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The president of the Philippines says his country will not yield to “any foreign power” after Chinese forces injured Filipino navy personnel and damaged at least two military boats with machetes, … more
Iran-backed groups in the Middle East say thousands of their fighters are offering to come to Lebanon to join with the militant Hezbollah group in its battle with Israel. The offer comes amid fears … more
The coastal Nigerian community of Ayetoro has been nicknamed “Happy City,” founded decades ago as a Christian utopia. But now its residents can do little against the rising sea. Buildings have … more
Emperor Naruhito of Japan and his wife Empress Masako have arrived in the U.K. ahead of their long-awaited official state visit. The trip had originally been scheduled for 2020 before the coronavirus … more
The lawyer for one of Iran's popular hip-hop artists and a critic of the regime Toomaj Salehi says the country's Supreme Court has overturned his death sentence. In a post on social media platform X, … more
Ukraine is having some success in halting Russia’s new push along the northeast front weeks after the decision allowing the country to use U.S.-supplied weapons for limited strikes in Russian … more
Russia has launched a new barrage of missiles and drones in an overnight attack on Ukraine, damaging energy facilities in the country’s southeast and west and injuring at least two workers. Ukraine … more
India and Bangladesh on Saturday moved to bolster their defense relationship and signed agreements for expanding cooperation in maritime security, ocean economy, space, and telecommunication sectors, … more
The Italian coast guard has recovered 14 more bodies from last week's shipwreck in the Ionian Sea off the southern Italian coastline, bringing to 34 the number of known victims from the sinking. … more
A nuclear-powered United States aircraft carrier arrived in South Korea ahead of a three-way exercise involving South Korean and Japanese forces. The countries are stepping up their military training … more
South Africa’s new coalition government has brought a Black president and a white opposition leader together in an image of unity. But the power-sharing agreement between the African National … more
The death toll from torrential rains and landslides in El Salvador has risen to 19. The number includes six victims from Friday when two girls and four adults died after being buried in their homes. … more
It is the longest bridge ever built in Peru, a massive structure of cement and iron spanning the Nanay River as it connects to untouched areas of the Peruvian Amazon. So far, it goes nowhere. It's … more
The European Union has agreed to start membership negotiations with embattled Ukraine and Moldova. It's another step in the nations’ long journey to move closer to the West and mute Russia’s … more
Kenya's police watchdog says it has begun an investigation into police conduct during protests against a government plan to impose new taxes. The chairperson of Kenya's Independent Policing Oversight … more
Britain has become notorious as a place where a casual swim could lead to an extended visit to the toilet, if not the hospital. A torrent of news on dirty water has spilled over into next month’s … more
China appears to be keeping its distance as Russia and North Korea move closer to each other with a new defense pact that could tilt the balance of power among the three authoritarian states. Experts … more
At least five people have been killed while more than 40 were affected by flames and smoke overnight after a fire that started with the burning of crop stubble spread through settlements in southeast … more
A New Zealand lawmaker says the government will overhaul the gun laws tightened after the mass shooting by a white supremacist five years ago. Associate Justice Minister Nicole McKee told The … more
Campaigning last year as a libertarian outsider in the presidential race, Javier Milei electrified crowds with his vows to destroy Argentina’s corrupt political elite. But after six months as … more
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