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An independent experts commission has recommended that abortion in Germany should no longer fall under the country’s penal code and be made legal during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. Currently, … more
A civil lawsuit demanding damages for alleged racial discrimination by police in Japan has opened in Tokyo District Court. The case filed by three residents of Japan of overseas ancestry, including … more
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will relinquish his office on May 15 and hand the post to his deputy Lawrence Wong, his office said Monday. Lee, 72, will formally advise the city-state’s … more
The people killed and wounded by an assailant at a Sydney shopping mall were mostly women. Ashlee Good died saving her wounded baby. Dawn Singleton worked at a fashion boutique and was soon to be … more
The country in which China has gained most influence in the South Pacific, Solomon Islands, goes to the polls on Wednesday in an election that could shape the region’s future. Prime Minister Prime … more
Croatia holds an early parliamentary election Wednesday following a campaign that was marked by heated exchanges between the country’s two top officials. The ballot pits the ruling conservative … more
Pakistani police are investigated the shooting death of a suspect in the killing of accused Indian spy Sarabjit Singh in prison in 2013. Amir Tamba was killed Saturday by gunmen who entered his home … more
More than 250 survivors of the suicide bombing that killed 22 people at a 2017 Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England are taking legal action against Britain’s domestic intelligence agency. … more
Iran’s dramatic aerial attack on Israel follows years of enmity between the countries and marks the first time Iran has launched a direct military assault on Israel. The hostility between the … more
Iran’s unprecedented attack on Israel marks a change in approach for Tehran, which had relied on proxies across the Middle East since the start of the Israel-Hamas war in October. All eyes are now … more
Thousands of Polish opponents of abortion are marching in Warsaw to protest recent steps by the new government to liberalize the predominantly Catholic nation's strict laws and allow termination of … more
More civilians have died across Ukraine as analysts warn that delays in U.S. aid would see Kyiv struggle to fight off Russian offensives. At least five people were killed by drone strikes and … more
Elevated by Pope Francis to the top hierarchy of the Catholic Church, Cardinal Álvaro Ramazzini has kept up his unflinching focus on the poor, the Indigenous and the migrant in Central America. That … more
A police officer and several bystanders are being hailed for running “towards danger” to confront the attacker who stabbed and killed six people at a suburban Sydney shopping center. The shopping … more
Sudan has been torn by war for a year now, torn by fighting between the military and the notorious paramilitary Rapid Support Forces. The conflict has been overshadowed by the war between Israel and … more
More than half of the estimated 7.7 million Venezuelans who have left their homeland during the complex crisis that has marked Nicolás Maduro’s 11-year presidency are estimated to be registered to … more
The Holy See has formally protested to France after a French court ruled that a former high-ranking Vatican official was liable for what the court determined to be the wrongful dismissal of a nun … more
A Kremlin-installed official says at least 10 people including children have died in shelling that struck a Russian-occupied town in Ukraine’s southern Zaporizhzhia region. He said 13 people were … more
More than 40 people remain stranded in cable cars high above a mountain in southern Turkey, 19 hours after one pod hit a pole and burst open, killing 1 person and injuring 7. The accident occurred … more
A severe drought has pushed Colombia's capital to start rationing tap water. Officials in Bogota moved to ration water starting this week after reservoirs hit historically low levels due to the … more
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