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Mexico’s president says he won't attend next month’s Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles if the Biden administration excludes Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua. That adds his voice to increasing … more
Joshua Cohen, who won the Pulitzer Prize this week for his novel “The Netanyahus,” says he had another famously divisive political family in mind when he wrote it. The novel recounts a funny … more
Fighters of the Azov Regiment, the Ukrainian unit holed up in the besieged Azovstal steel mill in the devastated port city of Mariupol, have released photos of their wounded comrades in arms who they … more
The European Union coordinator of talks to revive Iran’s nuclear accord with world powers says he is traveling to Tehran, as the bloc makes a last-ditch effort to salvage the tattered deal after a … more
Long-haul carrier Emirates plans to use projected profits from this fiscal year to pay back the Dubai government for some of the roughly $4 billion it pumped into the beleaguered airline during the … more
Pope Francis is urging elderly people to consider their advanced aging a blessing, not a condemnation as he himself struggles to cope with a bad knee that has made walking nearly impossible. The … more
A Chinese cargo vessel has docked with the country's under-construction space station before a new crew arrives next month. The Tianzhou-4 spacecraft was slung into space atop a rocket early Tuesday, … more
The namesake son of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos appears to have been elected Philippine president in an astonishing reversal of the 1986 “People Power” revolt that booted his father into … more
Mexican state prosecutors say two journalists have been shot to death in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz. They are the 10th and 11th journalists killed in Mexico this year. The Veracruz State … more
The leader of Britain’s main opposition party says he will resign if he is fined by police for having a beer and food with colleagues while the U.K. was under coronavirus restrictions. Labour Party … more
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