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Just over a year ago, millions of energized young people, women, voters of color and independents joined forces to

UK PM Boris Johnson 'broke the law': Opposition leader

Britain's main opposition leader on Sunday (Jan 16) accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson of breaking the law, but the

Microsoft discloses malware attack on Ukraine govt networks

Microsoft said late Saturday that dozens of computer systems at an unspecified number of Ukrainian government agencies have been

Former Haiti senator arrested in Jamaica over president's murder

A former Haitian lawmaker who is a suspect in the assassination of the country's president has been arrested in

US Africa envoy to begin peace mission for Sudan, Ethiopia

The US special envoy for the Horn of Africa will visit Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Ethiopia next week amid

Protesters hit French streets to fight new vaccine pass

Thousands demonstrated in cities across France on Saturday against tighter restrictions on people not vaccinated against Covid-19, as parliamentary

US CDC urges Americans to wear 'most protective mask you can'

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Friday (Jan 14) revised its guidance for Americans on

Major winter storm: South braces for big blast of snow, ice

Forecasts of snow and ice as far south as Georgia have put a big part of the Southeast on

Strong quake shakes Indonesia's capital; no tsunami alert

A powerful earthquake shook parts of Indonesia's main island of Java on Friday, damaging buildings and houses and sending

As omicron fuels surge, US students stage walkouts to protest in-person classes

Hundreds of students in Boston and Chicago walked out of classes on Friday in protests demanding a switch to

Teenager arrested in stabbing near Japan entrance exam venue

Three people, including two students on their way to take university entrance exams, were stabbed Saturday just outside of

Delta Air sees a fast recovery from omicron turbulence

Delta Air Lines Inc on Thursday reported higher quarterly earnings on the back of strong holiday travel demand and

Turkish court releases two Bogazici students from jail

A Turkish court ruled on Friday to release two students from jail in the first hearing of a broader

Biden overshoots on what's possible in divided DC

He was supposed to break through the congressional logjam. End the pandemic. Get the economy back on track. Days

Masks rules get tighter in Europe in winter's COVID wave

To mask or not to mask is a question Italy settled early in the COVID-19 outbreak with a vigorous

Ex-Johnson aide says sorry for party on eve of royal funeral

Boris Johnson's former communications chief apologized "unreservedly" on Friday for a lockdown-breaching party in Downing Street last year -

Rocket strikes Baghdad's Green Zone, injures 3, including children

Dozens of rockets or drone bomb attacks have targeted American troops and interests in Iraq in the recent months.Three

Russia gives out mixed signal on talks with US

"The US and its allies in effect are telling us 'no'" on Russia's key proposals, offering further discussions only

Hong Kong airport bans transit flights from more than 150 countries

Hong Kong will suspend for a month transit flights from around 150 countries and territories considered high risk because

Swedish PM tests positive for COVID-19 as fourth wave surges

Swedish Social Democratic Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson has tested positive for COVID-19, her spokesperson said on Friday (Jan 14),

Ontario confirms students are returning to classrooms on Monday

 Students in Canada's largest province will return to classrooms on Monday (Jan 17) and teachers and staff will be

2 hospitals in China's Xi'an closed to 'rectify' mistakes

 Two hospitals in China's locked-down city of Xi'an, including one that refused to treat an eight-month pregnant woman who

Trickle of humanitarian aid enters North Korea as border closure drags on

 After nearly two years of border closures to protect North Korea against the pandemic, some humanitarian aid is trickling

Top US Republican McConnell lashes out at Biden

 Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell lashed out at President Joe Biden on Wednesday, accusing him of widening the

Zulu royal succession battle goes before S African court

 One of the six widows of South Africa's Zulu king launched a legal succession bid Tuesday arguing that she

Quebec to levy 'significant' financial penalty on unvaccinated adults

 The premier of the French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec announced Tuesday (Jan 11) that adult residents who refuse to

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