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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is calling Wednesday's bicentennial a chance to celebrate the nation’s proud history. But his critics say he has transformed what should be a day of unity into a … more
Australia says its navy ships have been given clearance to resume visits to the Solomon Islands, which had last week announced a temporary block on all military vessels during a review of its … more
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan is demonstrating his continued popularity with rallies across Pakistan that have drawn huge crowds and signaled to his political rivals that he remains a political … more
Chile’s President Gabriel Boric shook up his cabinet in an effort to relaunch his government less than 48 hours after he was dealt a resounding blow when citizens overwhelmingly rejected a new … more
Boris Johnson’s term as British leader was a mix of high drama and low disgrace. But he left office Tuesday with a casual shrug of a farewell, saying: “Well, this is it, folks.” The prime … more
India and China have cleared two needle-free options for COVID-19 vaccinations. India says people who haven't yet been vaccinated can try a squirt in the nose to fight the virus where it enters the … more
Egypt’s foreign minister has exited an Arab League session chaired by the chief diplomat of one of Libya’s two rival governments, in an apparent protest against her administration. The seats of … more
President Jair Bolsonaro is feeding concern about Brazil's electronic voting system with the election just a month off. He says the machines are prone to fraud, though he's acknowledged that hasn’t … more
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that Turkey could “come all of a sudden one night” in response to perceived Greek threats. In a doubling down of an earlier warning of possible Turkish … more
A suspected jihadi roadside bomb has hit a convoy in northern Burkina Faso, killing at least 35 people and injuring dozens more. The governor of Sahel region, Lt. Col. Rodolphe Sorgho, said that a … more
Pakistan's unprecedented monsoon season and flooding have killed hundreds of people and made hundreds of thousands homeless. The rains now threaten a famed archeological site dating back 4,500 years. … more
Life for many in the southern Indian city of Bengaluru is disrupted after two days of torrential rains set off long traffic snarls, widespread power cuts and heavy floods that swept into homes and … more
Asian stock markets are mixed after China promised to speed up policy changes to boost anemic economic growth and Australia's central bank raised its benchmark interest rate. Shanghai, Tokyo and … more
Australia’s central bank has boosted its benchmark interest rate for a fifth consecutive month to a seven-year high of 2.35%.The Reserve Bank of Australia’s decision on Tuesday was the cash … more
Asian stock markets are mixed after China promised to speed up the rollout of policy changes to boost anemic economic growth. Shanghai gained while Hong Kong declined. Tokyo and Seoul, South Korea, … more
State media say the powerful earthquake that set off landslides and shook buildings in southwestern China killed at least 65 people and injured hundreds. At least 16 are missing a day after the 6.8 … more
Canadian police are hunting for the remaining suspect in the stabbing deaths of 10 people in an Indigenous community and nearby town in the province of Saskatchewan after finding the body of his … more
Canadian police say one of the suspects in the killing of 10 people in a series of stabbings has been found dead, and his injuries are not self inflicted. Police say his brother, also a suspect, may … more
The partner of a man suspected of trying to assassinate Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has been arrested as investigators try to determine if the attack was part of a wider … more
Rich countries said they will spend about $25 billion by 2025 to boost Africa’s efforts to adapt to climate change as the continent continues to struggle with drought, cyclones and extreme heat, … more
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