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Putin’s term-limit win suggests stagnation, not strength

  2/07 | “Who is there to replace him today?” Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, a close Putin ally, said. “There’s no political leader like that on a (...)

French-Dutch police bust encrypted criminal communications

  2/07 | Dutch and French police have cracked an encrypted communications network used by organized crime gangs, allowing them to look “over the (...)

Countries prepare to take in Hong Kong refugees fleeing China’s crackdown

  2/07 | Britain, Australia and the United States are among the countries that proposed measures to help, even as they risk blowback from (...)

Former Libya envoy accuses Security Council of ‘hypocrisy’

  2/07 | A former U.N. envoy to Libya has accused the Security Council of “hypocrisy” and of undermining his efforts to bring peace to the (...)

Brazil, ravaged by the coronavirus, becomes key testing ground for vaccine

  2/07 | The country with the world’s second worst outbreak is hosting one major trial, with two more likely to follow.

4 linked to reporter’s murder to stay in prison in Pakistan

  2/07 | Officials say a British Pakistani man and three others convicted in the kidnapping and killing of a U.S. journalist, whose sentences (...)

As Britain emerges from coronavirus lockdown, Boris Johnson has lost public (...)

  2/07 | The free fall in confidence is among the steepest in the world.

Report : Detainees at high virus risk in crowded Yemen jail

  2/07 | A leading rights group has accused secessionist Yemeni authorities of holding detainees in an overcrowded detention center in Aden, (...)

Photo of toddler sitting on slain grandpa angers Kashmiris

  2/07 | A photo of a toddler sitting on the chest of of his dead grandfather has outraged residents of Indian-controlled Kashmir after the (...)

Landslide at Myanmar jade mine kills at least 113 people

  2/07 | Officials in Myanmar say a landslide at a jade mine in the country’s north has killed at least 113 people

Ban gives tobacco illegal drug status in South Africa

  2/07 | South Africa is three months into a ban on the sale of cigarettes and other tobacco products, an unusual tactic employed by a (...)

Hong Kong protester arrested on suspicion of stabbing police

  2/07 | Hong Kong police arrested a man onboard a London-bound flight on suspicion of stabbing a police officer during protests of the new (...)

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Putin’s term-limit win suggests stagnation, not strength

  2/07 | “Who is there to replace him today?” Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, a close Putin ally, said. “There’s no political leader like that on a (...)

French-Dutch police bust encrypted criminal communications

  2/07 | Dutch and French police have cracked an encrypted communications network used by organized crime gangs, allowing them to look “over the (...)

Khayelitsha : Cape Town police suspended for evicting naked man in South Africa

  2/07 | Their actions in a township were branded degrading and inhumane by South Africa's housing minister.

Hachalu Hundessa : Unrest rages in Ethiopia as protest singer buried

  2/07 | Popular musician Hachalu Hundessa is buried, as armed gangs target members of rival ethnic groups.

Countries prepare to take in Hong Kong refugees fleeing China’s crackdown

  2/07 | Britain, Australia and the United States are among the countries that proposed measures to help, even as they risk blowback from (...)

Former Libya envoy accuses Security Council of ‘hypocrisy’

  2/07 | A former U.N. envoy to Libya has accused the Security Council of “hypocrisy” and of undermining his efforts to bring peace to the (...)
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