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Poland's presidential office has announced that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will pay a visit to Warsaw this week. The visit is scheduled for Wednesday and will begin with talks between … more
The leaders of Egypt and Saudi Arabia have met in the kingdom amid months of tension between the two regional powers. An Egyptian statement said President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi met with Saudi Crown … more
Palestinian health officials say two Palestinian men were killed by Israeli troops in an army raid in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus. The incident on Monday was the latest in a year-long surge … more
Kosovo’s former president has pleaded not guilty to charges including murder, torture and persecution as he went on trial with three other former leaders of the Kosovo Liberation Army. Hashim Thaci … more
The former principal of a Jewish girls school in Australia was found guilty of sexually abusing two students. Malka Leifer was convicted on 18 counts and acquitted of nine other charges, including … more
French authorities see the police as protectors who ensure that citizens can peacefully protest President Emmanuel Macron’s contentious retirement age increase. But to human rights advocates and … more
Russia's ambassador to Belarus says that Moscow will deploy tactical nuclear weapons close to Belarus’ border with NATO neighbors. Sunday's statement from Ambassador Boris Gryzlov comes amid … more
A court in Algiers sentenced a prominent journalist to five years in prison with two years suspended on Sunday. Ihsane El-Kadi, who was active in Algeria’s Hirak pro-democracy protest movement in … more
Thousands of Christian pilgrims have participated in Palm Sunday celebrations in Jerusalem at the start of the Holy Week. Worshipers carried palm fronds and olive branches and marched from the top of … more
A network of abortion-rights activists in Mexico is finding ways to offer assistance -- including shipments of abortion pills -- to women in the United States affected by recently imposed abortion … more
Pope Francis has opened the celebration of Palm Sunday Mass in St. Peter's Square, presiding at his first ceremony after a hospital stay for bronchitis. Francis wore a long, ivory-colored coat as he … more
Weeks after massive Cyclone Freddy hit Mozambique for a second time, the still-flooded country is facing a spiraling cholera outbreak that threatens to add to the devastation. More than 19,000 cases … more
Polling stations have opened in Finland for a general election that is expected to produce a close finish between three parties. Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s Social Democrats are fighting to secure … more
An international arrest warrant for President Vladimir Putin raises the prospect of justice for the man whose country invaded Ukraine but complicates efforts to end that war in peace talks. Both … more
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen and the Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei have toured the archaeological site of Tikal during a trip by Tsai that aims to shore up the self-governing … more
Tens of thousands of Israelis are protesting a controversial plan to revamp the country’s legal system, despite Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s suspension of the changes earlier in the week. … more
Costa Rica logged a record 657 homicides last year. Limon, a Caribbean port with a homicide rate five times the national average, was at the epicenter. The bloodshed in a country better known for a … more
Syria’s chief diplomat is visiting Egypt in a step toward normalizing ties between the two countries. It was the first trip to the capital of Cairo for a Syrian foreign minister in over a decade. … more
A Taliban official says a women-run radio station in Afghanistan's northeast was closed for playing music during the holy month of Ramadan. During their previous rule in the late 1990s, the Taliban … more
Tensions have simmered between migrants and residents in Mexican border cities for years, with camps set up near crossings by those who can’t afford housing or who cling to hopes the U.S. will … more
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