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Four people have been charged over an alleged plot to smuggle hundreds of Australian native reptiles from Sydney to Hong Kong. Police said on Monday they have released 257 reptiles, mostly lizards, … more
The United States and the United Kingdom say the elections that extended Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's rule were not credible, free and fair. Hasina's party won more than two-thirds of … more
Opposition politicians in Italy are demanding that police investigate a rally in Rome where hundreds of participants raised an arm in the banned fascist salute. Use of fascist symbolism, including … more
About 2,000 migrants have resumed their journey through southern Mexico, after participants were left without the papers the Mexican government appeared to have promised. The original caravan of … more
The elite Hezbollah commander who was killed in an Israeli airstrike in southern Lebanon fought for the militant group for decades and took part in some of its biggest battles. Wissam al-Tawil was a … more
A convicted leader of one of the most powerful drug gangs in Ecuador has vanished from the prison where he was serving his sentence. Authorities are investigating whether he escaped like he did a … more
Far-right Dutch election winner Geert Wilders is withdrawing legislation he proposed in 2018 that calls for a ban on mosques and the Quran. The move announced Monday is a key concession to potential … more
The European Union’s top official for migration says member states will have to confront tough policy challenges to cope with the continent’s aging population. The EU home affairs commissioner … more
Two U.S. fighter jets will fly over Bosnia in a demonstration of support for the Balkan country’s integrity in the face of increasingly secessionist policies of the Bosnian Serb pro-Russia leader … more
Norwegian mass killer Anders Breivik, who murdered 77 people in a far-right terror attack in 2011, launches his second attempt at suing the state accusing the Justice Department of breaching his … more
Slovenian rescuers are hoping to extract five people who have been trapped in a cave for two days because of high water levels. The rescue operation should be complete in mid-afternoon if everything … more
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un turns 40 on Monday with no announced public celebrations at home. He entered the new year with artillery barrages into the sea and vows to expand his nuclear arsenal. … more
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has opened his third day of meetings on an urgent Mideast diplomatic mission to prevent Israel's war against Hamas in Gaza from exploding into a broader … more
A roadside bomb has exploded near a van carrying police assigned to protect workers in an anti-polio immunization campaign in restive northwestern Pakistan, killing at least six officers and wounding … more
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has swept to power for a fourth consecutive term in Bangladesh following an election on Sunday that was boycotted by opposition parties and roiled by protests and … more
India’s top court has restored life prison sentences for 11 Hindu men who raped a Muslim woman during deadly religious rioting two decades ago. The Supreme Court in its judgement Monday asked the … more
Airstrikes by Myanmar’s military on a village under the control of the pro-democracy resistance in the country’s northwest are reported to have killed at least 17 civilians, including nine … more
With a deep freeze approaching, an animal shelter in Krakow, Poland, appealed to the public to adopt or at least temporarily shelter some of its dogs until the dangerous cold spell passes. The result … more
Pioneering surgeon Roy Calne, who led Europe’s first liver transplant operation, has died aged 93. Calne’s family says he died late Saturday in Cambridge, England, where he was professor emeritus … more
Slovenian authorities say five people are trapped in a cave in the southwest of the country because of high water levels caused by heavy rainfall. The group comprises a Slovenian family group of … more
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