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The disastrous flooding that killed more than 11,000 people has fostered national solidarity among Libyans, long governed by opposing powers. Collective grief has morphed into cries for unity in a … more
North Korean state media says leader Kim Jong Un held discussions with Russia’s defense minister on strengthening “strategic and tactical coordination” between the countries’ militaries, as … more
The U.N. nuclear watchdog has harshly criticized Iran for effectively barring several of its most experienced inspectors from monitoring the country’s disputed program. The International Atomic … more
An aircraft of the Italian acrobatic air team the Frecce Tricolori has crashed during a practice run in the northern Turin province. Italian media reported that a child on the ground was killed after … more
Hundreds of people have gathered in central London to mark the anniversary of the death of Mahsa Amini. The 22-year-old Kurdish-Iranian woman died in police custody last year on Sept. 16, 2022. Her … more
The top American military officer says North Korea may be able to boost Russia’s supply of artillery munitions for the war in Ukraine. But Army Gen. Mark Milley says that's not likely to make a big … more
Hundreds of people rallying in the Malaysian capital have ended their protest peacefully after several hours, despite police saying the gathering was unlawful. Protesters accuse Prime Minister Anwar … more
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that Turkey may part ways with the European Union. The comments imply that the country is thinking about ending its bid to join the 27-nation bloc. Erdogan told … more
Thousands of South Korean school teachers are calling for tighter legal protections from bullying by parents, a rising problem in a country known for its brutally competitive school environments. The … more
Libya’s top prosecutor says he has opened an investigation into the collapse of two dams that caused a devastating flood in a coastal city. Rescue teams were still searching for bodies in Derna on … more
Poland’s conservative governing party was hoping to make migration a key campaign theme ahead of the country’s Oct. 15 parliamentary elections. But not like this. The Law and Justice party is … more
A war monitoring group says that dozens of Syrians who fled war at home are among the thousands killed and missing in the deadly flooding in Libya. They are people from all walks of life who had left … more
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is going to Russia’s far eastern port city of Vladivostok to see that country’s Pacific fleet. Kim's official media back home says he was “deeply impressed” … more
The Brazilian government is reinstating a stricter greenhouse gas emissions target first announced in 2015 as part of the Paris Agreement. The decision was announced Thursday by the country's … more
Guatemala's President-elect Bernardo Arévalo says he plans to call people into the streets next week to protest efforts to derail his presidency before he can take office. In an interview with The … more
The U.N.’s World Heritage Committee has placed two major historical sites in Ukraine on its list of such sites that it considers to be in danger. The iconic St. Sophia Cathedral in Kyiv and the … more
Bangladesh is struggling with a record outbreak of dengue fever, with experts saying a lack of a coordinated response is causing more deaths from the mosquito-transmitted disease. The World Health … more
Belgium authorities are getting worried by a series of school arsons believed to be connected to newly mandatory school sessions in some parts of the country. Interior Minister Annelies Verlinden … more
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has described American XL Bully dogs as a “danger to our communities” and announced plans to ban them following a public outcry after a series of recent … more
A red sweater adorned with a flock of sheep worn by the young Princess Diana has sold at auction for $1.1 million. The price is many times its presale estimate and a record for an item owned by the … more
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