Belarus’ top diplomat says he can’t imagine his nation entering the war in Ukraine alongside Russia

The foreign minister of Belarus, which has a strategic partnership with Russia, says he cannot envision a situation where his country would enter the war in

A fire at a wedding hall in northern Iraq has killed around 100 people and injured 150

A raging fire seemingly caused by fireworks set off to celebrate a Christian wedding consumed a hall packed with guests in northern Iraq, killing around 100 people and

Taylor Swift is a fan of Travis Kelce and suddenly, so is everyone else

Taylor Swift’s  Following the 12-time Grammy Award winner’s appearance at Arrowhead Stadium, jersey sales for the All-Pro tight-end seemingly skyrocketed. According to sportswear and fan merchandise

Six young activists devote years to climate fight, now comes their day in court

Sofia Oliveira was 12 years old when catastrophic wildfires in central Portugal killed more than 100 people in 2017. She “felt it was now or never

Texas Walmart shooter agrees to pay $5M to families over 2019 racist attack

A white Texas gunman who killed 23 people at a Walmart in 2019 after ranting about Hispanics taking over the government and economy has agreed to pay more than

Researchers have verified 1,329 hunger deaths in Ethiopia’s Tigray region since ceasefire

Researchers say they have verified 1,329 deaths from hunger in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region since a cease-fire ended a two-year conflict there in November. A study

US establishes diplomatic ties with two island-nations as Biden hosts Pacific leaders

President Joe Biden is set to establish diplomatic relations today with two South Pacific nations, the Cook Islands and Niue, as his administration aims to show

Residents prepare to return to sites of homes demolished in Lahaina wildfire

From just outside the burn zone in Lahaina, Jes Claydon can see the ruins of the rental home where she lived for 13 years and

Russian foreign minister lambastes the West but barely mentions Ukraine in UN speech

Russia’s top diplomat denounced the United States and the West on Saturday as self-interested defenders of a fading international power structure, but he didn’t discuss his country’s

Saudi prince says ‘every day we get closer’ to normalization with Israel

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in a rare interview with Fox News yesterday that negotiations over Israel means the prospects of normalized relations between

US general worries about possible Russia-Iran ‘cooperation and collusion’

Iran’s supplying of bomb-carrying drones to Russia could see Moscow help Tehran’s program become more lethal, raising risks across the wider Middle East, the top U.S. Air

Permanent observers, more Security Council and what else is going on at the UN

It’s Day 3 of the U.N. General Assembly high-level meeting that brings world leaders together at U.N. headquarters in New York. Here are the highlights of

Rupert Murdoch, whose Fox News made him a force in American politics, is stepping down

Rupert Murdoch, the 92-year-old Australian media magnate whose creation of Fox News made him a force in American politics, is stepping down as leader of both Fox’s parent

A Batman researcher said ‘gay’ in a talk to schoolkids, quit when asked to censor himself

Marc Tyler Nobleman was supposed to talk to kids about the secret co-creator of Batman, with the aim of inspiring young students in suburban

Russia has turned food, energy and even children into weapons against Ukraine: Zelenskyy

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said yesterday that Russia is “weaponizing” everything from food and energy to abducted children in its war against Ukraine — and

France rolls out the red carpet for King Charles III’s state visit

King Charles III of the United Kingdom starts a three-day state visit to France yesterday meant to highlight the friendship between the two nations with great

Lula pitches Brazil — and himself — as fresh leader for Global South

Brazil is back.” That has been Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s refrain for the better part of the last year, with the president deploying the snappy

Atlantic nations commit to environmental, economic cooperation on sidelines of UN meeting

More than 30 Atlantic countries on four continents committed yesterday to bolster coordination on economic development, environmental protection, maritime issues and more, the White House said.

Tens of thousands march to kick off climate summit, demanding end to warming-causing fossil fuels

Yelling that the future and their lives depend on ending fossil fuels, tens of thousands of protesters yesterday kicked off a week where leaders

Underwater teams try to recover a firefighting helicopter that crashed in Turkey, killing three aboard

Underwater teams are trying to recover a helicopter that crashed in a lake over the weekend, killing three crew members, while fighting a forest fire in western Turkey,

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