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The pontiff is visiting two conflict-torn African countries where the Catholic Church exercises outsize influence.
A city of some 80,000 before the war, Bakhmut is now home to barely a few thousand who face a daily struggle to survive, as Russian forces press forward house by house and bombard it with artillery.
People are dumping their CBD products ahead of a new Hong Kong law that criminalizes possession of the cannabis derivative, ranking it alongside heroin and cocaine.
Kyiv said it had repelled multiple Russian attacks around Bakhmut, as Moscow’s troops pushed to encircle the besieged city.
The figures underline how the fading Covid-19 pandemic continues to scramble traditional patterns of global growth.
The U.S. Secretary of State will meet Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to press for calm after a surge in violence in the West Bank and Jerusalem.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin plans to meet this week with Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
The Sunday attack hit an advanced weapons-production facility and Israel believes the strike achieved its goals, according to people familiar with discussions about the operation.
The U.S. is pressuring wealthy Persian Gulf states, as well as Europe, to boost humanitarian assistance
Authorities were searching for survivors in the rubble after the blast caused part of a mosque to collapse.
Archaeologists discovered a sprawling network of ancient ruins using laser mapping technology.
Russian forces have battered Ukrainian positions in recent weeks, pushing for a breakthrough before tanks pledged by Kyiv’s partners begin to arrive on the battlefield.
The U.S. secretary of state is set to urge Palestinians and Israelis to de-escalate tensions after a rapid rise in violence in recent days as he travels to Jerusalem for two days of meetings.
South Korea has sent materials such as gas masks, bulletproof vests and medical supplies to Ukraine, but has declined to provide lethal weapons.
In the Australian Outback, authorities are engaged in an unusual search-and-recovery effort. Gone missing is an 8-millimeter-long capsule of radioactive material that can burn or sicken anyone who touches it.
The situation has deteriorated after two gun attacks in Jerusalem and a wave of Israeli raids in the West Bank.
Rishi Sunak removed Nadhim Zahawi as chairman of the U.K.’s ruling Conservative Party after an ethics report concluded Mr. Zahawi failed to disclose an investigation into his tax affairs last year.
Israel carried out a drone strike targeting a defense compound in Iran, as the U.S. and Israel look for ways to contain Tehran’s nuclear and military ambitions.
The state-owned institute has continued buying computer chips made by Intel and Nvidia despite its inclusion on a U.S. export blacklist in 1997.
Customs agents in Finland work to enforce Western sanctions on exports, blocking shipments of items from luxury cars to sonar gear.