OPEC, Allies Reach 'Full Agreement' After Production Spat 

2 months ago

Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman acknowledged that five countries would see their production limits raised 

Europe Flooding Toll Over 180 as Rescuers Dig Ceeper 

2 months ago

Police put the toll from the hard-hit Ahrweiler area of western Germany's Rhineland-Palatinate state at more than 110 and said they feared the number may still rise

Germany Cuts Short Olympic Warmup with Allegations of Racism 

2 months ago

Alleged racist abuse from an opposing Honduras player toward German defender Jordan Torunarigha 

South Africa President to Rally Base as Riot Cleanup Goes On

2 months ago

Country was gripped by more than a week of chaos that claimed more than 200 lives as looters ransacked shopping centers and unidentified groups torched key industrial infrastructure and blocked trade routes

Syria Regime Fire Kills 7 in Rebel Bastion, Monitor Says 

2 months ago

The shelling hit in the village of Ehsim late Saturday, in the south of the Idlib region, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said

Britain’s Prime Minister, Finance Minister Exposed to COVID-19

2 months ago

Los Angeles County sheriff says his department will not enforce new mask-wearing mandate

Fuel Truck Blast Kills 13 in Kenya

2 months ago

People with jerrycans rushed to the scene of a toppled fuel truck, which exploded

Major Oil Producers Seeking Output Boost to Meet Sunday

2 months ago

Since May, the group has raised oil output bit by bit, after slashing it more than a year ago when the coronavirus pandemic crushed demand

Landslides Kill 20 After Monsoon Rains in India's Mumbai

2 months ago

Heavy monsoon rains have waterlogged several parts of Mumbai

Japan Landslide Death Toll Rises to 15

2 months ago

More than a dozen people are still missing

Divers Join Search for 14 People in Flooded Tunnel in China

2 months ago

Searchers will also use underwater robots, unmanned ships and sonar detectors in the effort

Athletes Go It Alone in Tokyo as Families Watch From Afar

2 months ago

No spectators — local or foreign — will be allowed at the vast majority of venues

China Sending More Than 400 Athletes to Tokyo Olympics

2 months ago

The delegation to the Beijing Games in 2008 was larger with 1,099 people including 639 athletes

As QAnon Strains Relationships, Loved Ones Try to Show a Way Out

2 months ago

Experts say trust is key to helping people leave conspiracy theories behind

Watching for Birds, Diversity: Audubon Groups Pledge Change

2 months ago

They aim to diversify their staff and make natural spaces more welcoming to people of color

Leader Backs Order in South Africa, Vows to Catch Plotters

2 months ago

The imprisonment of former president set off a week of violence

Austria, US Probe Reports of 'Havana Syndrome' Among Officials

2 months ago

Moscow is suspected to be behind the attacks

First Athletes Positive for COVID-19 in Tokyo Olympic Village

2 months ago

The cases will heighten concerns over the Olympics

California Fire Prompts Evacuations; Oregon Blaze Balloons 

2 months ago

Tamarack Fire, sparked by lightning on July 4, exploded overnight to at least 26 square kilometers and was threatening Markleeville, near the California-Nevada state line

Slovenia’s Media Faced With Hostile Rhetoric, Threats, Attacks, Analysts Say

2 months ago

Slovenia dismisses criticism of hostile environment for journalists as 'fake news' as country assumes EU presidency

Ethiopia Warns News Outlets Not to 'Mischaracterize' Tigray

2 months ago

The warning comes a day after the agency suspends prominent independent online outlet for allegedly advancing agenda of 'terrorist group'

Thousands Protest Against Vaccination, COVID Passes in France

2 months ago

Demonstrations draw larger, more diverse crowds of people broadly disaffected with politics, compared with earlier protests

Martine Moise, Wife of Slain President, Returns to Haiti 

2 months ago

Her arrival was unannounced and surprised many in country of more than 11 million people still reeling from leader's killing

Colombian Police Say Former Haiti Official Suspected of Ordering Moise Killing 

2 months ago

Investigation by Haitian and Colombian authorities, alongside Interpol, reveals that that Joseph Felix Badio appeared to have given an order for the assassination three days before the attack, police say

Director Lee Jumps Gun at Cannes, Says 'Titane' Wins Cannes Prize

2 months ago

Film by French director Julia Ducournau tells story of a serial killer

Director Lee Jumps Gun at Cannes, Says 'Titane' Wins Cannes Prize

2 months ago

Film by French director Julia Ducournau tells story of a serial killer

Director Lee Jumps Gun at Cannes, Says 'Titane' Wins Cannes Prize

2 months ago

Film by French director Julia Ducournau tells story of a serial killer

Cuban Government Holds Mass Rally in Havana After Protests

2 months ago

Government supporters gather on Havana seafront boulevard before dawn to wave Cuban flags and photos of late revolutionary leader Fidel Castro and his brother Raul

Biden: Justice Department Will Appeal Judge’s Ruling That DACA Is Illegal

2 months ago

Federal judge in Texas ruled former President Obama unlawfully created DACA by executive action 

Biden: Justice Department Will Appeal Judge’s Ruling That DACA Is Illegal

2 months ago

Federal judge in Texas ruled former President Obama unlawfully created DACA by executive action 


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