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The winner of the Nobel Peace Prize will be soon be revealed and the annual guessing game is reaching its climax. As usual, the Norwegian Nobel Committee has dropped no hints about who’s in the … more
The mayor of New York City is in Puebla, Mexico, thanking migrants for their contributions to his city, but telling them it is already full. Eric Adams is visiting the city, just outside the nation's … more
Italy’s transport minister is questioning the spread of electric vehicle technology following the fiery crash of a fully electric shuttle bus that killed 21 people in mainland Venice. Transport … more
A drone attack has struck a packed graduation ceremony for military officers in the Syrian city of Homs, killing and wounding dozens, including civilians and military personnel. That's according to … more
German prosecutors say they have launched an investigation into the alleged assault of a co-leader of the far-right Alternative for Germany party at an election rally. Tino Chrupalla was given … more
Amnesty International is urging Pakistan to maintain its support for Afghan refugees by enabling them to live with dignity and be free from the fear of deportation to Afghanistan where they face … more
Tropical Storm Philippe is aiming for Bermuda on a path that would eventually take it to Atlantic Canada and eastern New England. The storm was located 520 miles (835 kilometers) south of Bermuda on … more
A lawyer says five Israelis accused of gang raping a British woman in a Cyprus hotel room won’t plead to charges including rape, sexual assault and abduction until prosecutors hand over key … more
A mysterious injury suffered by a 16-year-old girl not wearing a headscarf while boarding a Metro train in Iran’s capital has reignited anger just after the one-year anniversary of the death of … more
In a simply built concrete house a few yards off a dirt road in the rural town of Uthai Sawan in northeastern Thailand, Tawee Lasopha wakes up before sunrise to catch fish from his pond, then moves … more
Zimbabwe has recorded 100 suspected deaths from cholera and more than 5,000 possible cases since late last month. That has prompted the government to impose restrictions to stop the spread of the … more
Russia has targeted Ukraine with drones in another massive attack as President Volodymyr Zelenskyy arrived in Spain to rally support from Western allies at a summit of some 50 European leaders. … more
Some 50 European leaders are gathering in southern Spain’s Granada on Thursday to stress that they stand by Ukraine, at a time when Western resolve appears somewhat weakened. Ukrainian President … more
Rescue workers are searching for more than 100 people after flash floods triggered by a sudden heavy rainfall swamped several towns in northeastern India, killing at least 14 people. The Sikkim State … more
Typhoon Koinu is sweeping southern Taiwan, injuring 190 people but causing no deaths as it brings intense winds and rainstorms to the island, leading to school and office closures. Koinu, which means … more
The first leopard cubs born in captivity in Peru are climbing trees and greeting visitors as they make their debut at a local zoo. A male and a female, they are just over 3 months old and their eyes … more
German police say a leader of the far-right Alternative for Germany party was given medical treatment and then taken to a hospital shortly before he was due to speak at an election rally in Bavaria. … more
Turkish warplanes have launched a new round of airstrikes against Kurdish militant targets in Iraq. The strikes on Wednesday came hours after the foreign minister warned that Turkey will hit their … more
Israeli police say they have arrested several people suspected of spitting in the direction of Christian pilgrims and churches in Jerusalem. The incident comes as religious tensions have flared in … more
Kenyan lawmakers say that parliamentary approval is required before the deployment of police to the Kenya-led peacekeeping mission in Haiti to combat gang violence that was approved by the U.N. … more
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