US mass shooting Walmart shooter left ‘death note,’ bought gun day of killing

The Walmart supervisor who fatally shot six co-workers at a store in Virginia bought the gun just hours before the killings and left a note on

Pope links plight of Ukrainians today to Stalin’s ‘genocide’

Pope Francis yesterday linked the suffering of Ukrainians now to the 1930s “genocide artificially caused by Stalin,” when the Soviet leader was blamed for

Migrant boat had sailed from Libya with 483 people

Greek authorities say a dilapidated fishing boat crammed with migrants that was towed to port after losing steering in rough seas south of Crete was carrying a total

Polish leader briefs Russian pranksters posing as Macron

Russian comedians pretending to be the French president tricked the Polish president, Andrzej Duda, into giving them sensitive information after a missile exploded in eastern Poland

Germany rejects Boris’ claim on Ukraine war stance

The German government yesterday rejected former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s claim that Berlin initially wanted Ukraine to quickly “fold” following Russia’s invasion in February. CNN

Putin, Díaz-Canel meet in Moscow, honor rebel icon Castro

Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday met with his Cuban counterpart in Moscow, where the two unveiled a monument to Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro and

Seven people, including assailant dead in Walmart shooting

A shooter opened fire in a Walmart in Virginia yesterday , leaving six people dead, police said, in the second high-profile mass killing in a handful of

Top court rules against Scottish independence vote plan

The U.K. Supreme Court ruled yesterday that Scotland does not have the power to hold a new referendum on independence without the consent of the British

King Charles III welcomes S. African leader for state visit

King Charles III welcomed South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to London yesterday for the first state visit of his reign, which will include a formal banquet as

Stunner: Saudi Arabia beats Messi’s Argentina

Lionel Messi stood with his hands on his hips near the center circle, looking stone-faced as Saudi Arabia’s jubilant players ran in all directions around him

Taylor Swift ticket trouble could drive political engagement

Some of Taylor Swift’s fans want you to know three things: They’re not still 16, they have careers and resources and, right now, they’re angry. That’s a

North Korea calls UN’s Guterres ‘puppet of US’ after launch

North Korea’s foreign minister called U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres “a puppet of the United States” as she slammed the U.N. chief for joining U.S.-led condemnation

Patrons in US gay club shooting hit gunman with his own weapon

As bullets tore through a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, killing five people and wounding many more, one patron who’d been partying moments before rushed into

Collection of love letters written by Dylan sold for $670K

A collection of touching and sometimes prescient personal letters written by a young Bob Dylan to a high school girlfriend has been sold at auction to a renowned

Where to get a beer? Bars packed amid Qatar’s alcohol limits

Chris, a British fan in Qatar for the World Cup, tried to order a beer with his dinner at a kebab joint on Sunday. He was

Two volcanoes rumble into action in Russia’s far east

Towering clouds of ash and glowing lava are spewing from two volcanoes on Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula and scientists say major eruptions could be on the way. The

Have China and India shifted stance on Russia-Ukraine war?

China and India, after months of refusing to condemn Russia’s war in Ukraine, did not stand in the way of the release this week of

Exec who cleaned up Enron calls FTX mess ‘unprecedented’

The new CEO of the collapsed cryptocurrency trading firm FTX, who oversaw Enron’s bankruptcy, said he has never seen such a “complete failure” of corporate control. John

A ‘barbed wire curtain’ rises in Europe amid war in Ukraine

The long border between Finland and Russia runs through thick forests and is marked only by wooden posts with low fences meant to stop stray cattle. Soon, a

A ‘barbed wire curtain’ rises in Europe amid war in Ukraine

The long border between Finland and Russia runs through thick forests and is marked only by wooden posts with low fences meant to stop stray cattle. Soon, a stronger, higher fence will be erected on parts of the frontier.

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