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While the church is often seen as a potential stabilizing force in the heavily Catholic countries, this week that burden falls principally on the shoulders of Francis.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is promoting the long-held dream of two states side by side — one Israeli, one Palestinian — as the best guarantor of peace.
In southwest Serbia, construction machines are being repurposed to clear tons of waste clogging the Potpec lake
The closely watched $2.5 billion share sale launched by Asia’s richest man, Gautam Adani, has been fully subscribed, bucking expectations after a turbulent week in which the conglomerate’s shares plunged in a tussle with a U.S. short-seller
Belgian prosecutors say three people wounded by a knife-wielding man at a major underground railway station in the capital Brussels have been discharged from the hospital and the attack isn’t considered to be terrorism
With 95 dead in police mosque attack, the nation is in shock as a political stalemate hampers coordinated response.
A suspect faces a murder charge in the killing of an LGBTQ activist in Kenya, with authorities dismissing activists’ suggestions that it was a hate crime
Auckland is preparing for another round of flooding while rain batters northern New Zealand’s Northland region, which declared an emergency Tuesday afternoon in anticipation of the deluge
Australian police plan to ask a judge to ban gay rights protesters from demonstrating outside the funeral of Cardinal George Pell in Sydney due to public safety concerns
Sudanese authorities have released a man convicted of the 2008 killing of a U.S. diplomat in a drive-by shooting in the capital, Khartoum
The possibility of providing Kyiv with fighter jets to help beat back Russia’s invasion forces risks the unity of Ukraine’s Western allies, amid fears of escalating the nearly year-long conflict and being drawn deeper into the war
Local fishers and bottlenose dolphins have long worked together to catch mullets, a silvery fish. But climate change and commercial fishing may end the practice.
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is on a Pacific swing, part of an effort to expand alliances as China engages in more "destabilizing" behavior.
The scientist had advocated for official recognition of the Anthropocene epoch and warned of a "Hothouse Earth" of devastating, unstoppable climate change.
Burkina Faso’s government says at least 32 people, including soldiers and civilians, have been killed by jihadis in multiple attacks across the country
Cypriots are choosing a new president, who they’ll expect to decisively steer the small island nation through shifting geopolitical sands and uncertain economic times that have become people’s overriding concern, eclipsing stalemated efforts to remedy the country’s ethnic division
A closely watched study by an anti-graft organization has found that most of the world continues to fail to fight corruption, with 95% of countries having made little to no progress since 2017
Pope Francis is starting a six-day visit to Congo and South Sudan where he’ll bring a message of peace to countries riven by poverty and conflict
Almost a decade after a tragedy that many thought would reshape the European Union’s approach to migration, little of substance has changed
France did not rule out sending the planes to Ukraine, as the United States did, but said any such aircraft could not be used to attack Russian territory.