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'What can we do?': Millions in African countries need power
In Zimbabwe, electricity shortages that have plagued the country for years have worsened as the state authority ...
US launches airstrikes in Syria after drone kills US worker
The activist group Deir Ezzor 24, which covers news in the province, said the American strikes killed four people and wounded a number of others, including I...
Russia's security chief blasts West, dangles nuclear threats
Medvedev launched more anti-Western diatribes Thursday, declaring that “it's useless to have talks” with the West a
Sotheby's hopes for record sale of ancient Hebrew Bible
It has put the price tag at an eye-watering $30 million to $50 million
Garbage: In Paris streets, heaps of it become protest symbol
City Hall said that as of Monday, 9,300 tons of rubbish remained on the streets
Arrests as Kenya opposition leads anti-government protests
Bungei had over the weekend said police had denied the opposition permission to hold their protests and that any congregation would be illegal
St. Patrick's Day rites: parades, bagpipes, clinking pints
Started in 1824 by Irish immigrants to Georgia’s oldest city, the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Savannah has ballooned into one of the South’s largest street p...
France's Macron risks his government to raise retirement age
The proposed pension changes have prompted major strikes and protests across the country since January
Bank fears spread to Europe, drag down shares of big lenders
European finance ministers said this week that their banking system has no direct exposure to the U.S. bank failures
US says Russian warplane hits American drone over Black Sea
Russia's Defense Ministry said the U.S. drone was flying over the Black Sea near Crimea and intruded in the area that was declared off limits by Russia as pa...
Death toll climbs as Cyclone Freddy slams Malawi, Mozambique
The cyclone has intensified a record seven times and has the highest-ever recorded accumulated cyclone energy
East coast African states ail from too much, too little rain
The current drought in the region began in late 2020
Fear, anxiety follow Nicaraguan faith leaders into exile
A human rights organization, Nicaragua Nunca Más, estimates that more than 50 religious leaders have fled since 2018
Oldest reference to Norse god Odin found in Danish treasure
Experts think the cache was buried 1,500 years ago, either to hide it from enemies or as a tribute to appease the gods
Chinese minister warns of conflict unless US changes course
Washington's China policy has 'entirely deviated from the rational and sound track'