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Man found guilty of murdering UK lawmaker

A "fanatical Islamist" inspired by Islamic State was found guilty on Monday of murdering veteran British lawmaker David Amess by knifing him to death...

Turkish drones have become a symbol of the Ukrainian resistance

"Those shiny tanks are being set ablaze -- Bayraktar -- that's the new craze," go the lyrics of a popular Ukrainian song dedicated to...

Nine volunteer drivers on rescue mission detained by Russian forces, aid group says

Nine drivers working for "Help People," a Ukrainian volunteer group that provides food and medicine for those in need and assists in evacuations, were...

Why you’ll never hear ‘you’re welcome’ from a Chick-fil-A worker

No one has ever confused the service at fast food joints for luxury hotels.

Child care is expensive everywhere. But this country tops the list

Having children is expensive, no matter where in the world you live. But, while America finds itself in the middle of the cost scale,...

What jobs crisis? Top Chinese regulator says tech is booming

One of the regulators behind China's dramatic crackdown on private enterprise has tried to quell growing concerns about the impact on employment, saying the...

Bad news for banks: Rates are rising fast

The Federal Reserve's interest rate hikes should boost lending profits for major financial firms. Now, the big banks will have the chance to prove...

Banks are making big money off Russian debt

US banks have left Russia, but that doesn't mean they're done making money off the Kremlin's horrific invasion of Ukraine.

Pakistan’s parliament votes in opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif as PM

Pakistan's lawmakers voted in opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif as the country's new Prime Minister on Monday, after Imran Khan was ousted in a no-confidence...

Macron and Le Pen on track to advance to French presidential runoff, data shows

Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen appear to be the leading candidates in the first round of the French presidential elections, an analysis of...

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Analysis: China thinks it’s diplomatically isolating Taiwan. It isn’t

When the Honduran President announced last week her country planned to establish diplomatic ties with China, the ripples were felt far beyond this Central...

Ukrainian orphanage tried to hide its kids when war began. Then the Russians came

• Live Updates: UN documents hundreds of disappearances and arbitrary detentions by Russian and Ukrainian forces • Watch: Retired general identifies one thing he says...

Bayern Munich fires manager Julian Nagelsmann

Bayern Munich announced Friday it has fired club manager Julian Nagelsmann and will appoint Thomas Tuchel to the post, effective immediately.

Why the Syrian drone strikes and US retaliation may yet be a big deal

The US has conducted an airstrike in Syria against what it said were Iranian-affiliated facilities after a suspected Iranian drone struck a facility housing...

World Athletics regulations on transgender women athletes risk human rights violations, rights groups say

Trans rights advocates have warned sports governing bodies that "blanket bans" on transgender women from competing in women's categories risk "violating fundamental human rights...
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