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Potential Islamist extremist links explored for a 25-year-old man arrested after the fatal stabbing of David Amess.
The Pentagon has pledged to make undisclosed “ex gratia condolence payments” to Afghan families, after a botched drone strike in August.
The ratcheting tensions come amid a crackdown by the Indian government in Kashmir.
The security threat that lawmakers face varies around the world, but apart from the most senior elected officials, few receive round-the-clock protection.
Authorities said Masten Wanjala, whose alleged acts were splashed across Kenyan newspaper front pages, had confessed to the homicides of at least 10 children.
The inaugural awards will be presented on Sunday.
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In Italy, 80 percent of the eligible population has been immunized, but there have been fierce protests from the unvaccinated.
The escalation could strain what remains of stability in a country teetering on the brink, under the compounding strains of violence, shortages, economic meltdown, distrust of institutions and the coronavirus pandemic.
The attack on David Amess of the Conservative Party in Essex was an act of terrorism, police said, and a suspect has been arrested.
He fought with Free French Forces in North Africa and Europe, helping liberate France from Nazi occupation.
By Phil Davison
Her remarks weren’t meant for public consumption but were picked up on a microphone.
The city council of Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday issued a decision that paid little heed to J.R.R. Tolkien’s most essential dictum: “Do not meddle in the affairs of wizards, for they are subtle and quick to anger.”
The attack comes a week after an Islamic State suicide bomber attacked a crowded mosque during Friday prayers in the northern city of Kunduz.
The fighting erupted at a rally Hezbollah organized against the judge investigating the Beirut port explosion.
The move comes after a controversy about a statue commemorating Beijing’s Tiananmen Square massacre that had stood at Hong Kong’s oldest university for 24 years.
The crew for China's mission includes the first woman to visit its space station.
Previously, the church tended to emphasize spiritual penitence over penitentiaries.
Farmers in India say they were rammed by an SUV carrying a politician's son, who denies he was even there. The incident has touched a raw nerve.
Chinese fishing boats mounted with green LED lights surround the Matsu chain, unnerving local residents.
New South Wales will drop quarantine requirements for returning travelers, blowing a hole in a system known as ‘Fortress Australia.’
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Protester have erupted for a second day in Bangladesh’s capital, amid a wave of violence against local Hindus following a viral social media image perceived as insulting to the country’s Muslim majority
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The families of the victims of Beirut’s massive port blast last year have reaffirmed their support for the judge leading the investigation into the explosion
By Bassem Mroue | AP 1 hour ago
Two of Europe’s longest serving leaders have paid tribute to one another as Turkishh President Recep Tayyip Erdogan hosted German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s final visit to Turkey for farewell talks overlooking the Bosporus
By Andrew Wilks | AP 1 hour ago
A lawyer says an Iranian appeals court has upheld a verdict sentencing an Iranian-British woman long held in Tehran to another year in prison
By Associated Press 2 hours ago
The Islamic State group says its members are responsible for a deadly suicide bombing on a Shiite mosque in southern Afghanistan
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