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Tunisians have overwhelmingly approved a referendum on a new constitution that gives more powers to the country’s president. It’s a step that brings hope to many in the struggling North African … more
Authorities say at least five Haitian migrants have drowned and 68 others have been rescued after a suspected human smuggling boat dropped the group off in waters near an uninhabited island west of … more
Pope Francis has come face-to-face with a long-standing demand from Indigenous peoples during his Canada pilgrimage. They want him to formally rescind the papal decrees underpinning the so-called … more
Tens of millions of people are being uprooted by natural disasters due to the impact of climate change, though the world has yet to fully recognize climate migrants or come up with a formalized … more
A British judge has jailed for life a man who killed his grandfather in the first crown court sentencing to be televised in Britain. Judge Sarah Munro’s remarks were the first to be broadcast live … more
Africa's public health agency says the continent still does not have a single dose of the monkeypox vaccine even though it’s the only continent to have documented deaths from the disease that’s … more
Beloved British actor Bernard Cribbins has died at the age of 93. His agent announced Cribbins’ death on Thursday. Cribbins' seven-decade career ranged from the bawdy “Carry On” comedies to … more
French President Emmanuel Macron is planning to welcome Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to his presidential palace and offer him dinner, marking another step in the Saudi leader’s diplomatic … more
Russian forces have launched massive missile strikes on the Kyiv and the Chernihiv regions, areas that haven’t been targeted in weeks. Meanwhile, Ukrainian officials announced an operation to … more
A large wildfire on the German-Czech border is further spreading and threatening to destroy a forested national park popular with tourists. The fire in the region called Bohemian Switzerland on the … more
Russian, French and American leaders are crisscrossing Africa to win support for their positions on the war in Ukraine, waging what some say is the most intense competition for influence on the … more
As keen supporters of Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro claim polls signaling he will lose his reelection bid can’t be trusted, an unlikely proxy has emerged: towel sales. Some street vendors … more
The Israeli army says the Hamas militant group has rebuilt some of the capabilities that were damaged during last year's Gaza war. The military said Wednesday that Hamas has built three new tunnels … more
The British environmental scientist whose influential Gaia theory sees the Earth as a living organism gravely imperiled by human activity has died on his 103rd birthday. James Lovelock’s family … more
Officials say rescuers backed by troops are using boats and helicopters to evacuate hundreds of marooned people from Pakistan's southwest, where floods triggered by rains have killed 104 people since … more
Hundreds of Iraqi protesters breached Baghdad’s parliament Wednesday, chanting curses against Iran, in a protest against the selection of a nominee for prime minister by Iran-backed parties. Many … more
Cash-strapped Lebanon plans to build two new grain silos to fight its food security crisis for millions living in poverty. Caretaker Economy Minister Amin Salam told The Associated Press on Wednesday … more
U.K.-born environmentalist Morad Tahbaz, who has been jailed in Iran for more than four years, has been released on furlough. Britain's oreign Office said Tahbaz has been allowed to leave Evin Prison … more
Pope Francis arrives in Quebec at a time when many French Canadians are not only continuing to move away from religion but explicitly rejecting it. They are embracing secularization decades after the … more
A Chinese cargo spacecraft that serviced the country's permanent orbiting space station has largely burned up on reentering the atmosphere. The return of the Tianzhou-3 on Wednesday came amid … more
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