Masks off, Poles cheer reopening of bars and restaurants

May 15, 2021

Across Poland people are taking off masks and making toasts as restaurants, bars and pubs re-open for the first time in seven months…

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Israeli strike on Gaza kills 10, unrest spreads to West Bank

May 15, 2021

An Israeli air raid in Gaza City has killed at least 10 Palestinians, mostly children, in the deadliest single strike since the battle with Gaza’s militant Hamas rulers erupted earlier this week…

India’s coronavirus crisis spreads to its villages, where health care is hard to find

May 15, 2021

Rural areas, where over 65 percent of India’s 1.3 billion people live, had been spared in the first wave of the pandemic but are now facing devastating numbers of infections.…

Israeli military accused of using media to trick Hamas

May 15, 2021

The Israeli military says a misunderstanding caused it to tell some international reporters that it had invaded the Gaza Strip with ground troops…

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May 14, 2021

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Covid-19 live updates: Scientists call for ‘proper investigation’ into virus origins

May 14, 2021

In a letter published in the latest edition of the journal Science, the researchers say the findings of a joint investigation by the World Health Organization and China released in March are not sufficiently conclusive.…

Thai PM tells UN envoy he won’t push back Myanmar refugees

May 14, 2021

Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha has promised a United Nations special envoy that he will not force back people fleeing violence in neighboring Myanmar, where the military ousted a democratically elected government in February…

Myanmar frees Japanese journalist as gesture to Tokyo

May 14, 2021

An arrested Japanese reporter has returned home after being released by Myanmar’s ruling junta in what it called a gesture of friendship to Japan…

Salvadoran ex-cop nabbed for 2 murders; 10 more bodies found

May 14, 2021

A search at the home of a former policeman in El Salvador arrested last week for the murder of two women has turned up 10 other bodies…

As Arab world rallies around Palestinians and bloodshed mounts, Trump-era peace deals fade from view

May 14, 2021

Popular anger has badly undermined an assumption at the center of the Abraham Accords: that the Arab world was no longer stirred by Palestinian suffering.…

The Latest: Germany’s Merkel condemns anti-Israel protests

May 14, 2021

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s spokesman says Germany won’t tolerate anti-Semitic demonstrations especially amid tensions in the Middle East…

Palestinians flee as Israeli artillery pounds northern Gaza

May 14, 2021

Palestinian families grabbed their children and belongings and fled neighborhoods on the outskirts of Gaza City as Israel unleashed heavy artillery fire and airstrikes, killing a family of 6 in their home…

Afghan police say Kabul mosque bombing kills 12 worshipers

May 14, 2021

Afghan police say a bomb ripped through a mosque in northern Kabul during Friday prayers, killing 12 worshippers…

UK pushing ahead with plans for in person COP26

May 14, 2021

The U.K. official leading preparations for the COP26 climate conference reiterated Thursday the intention to host the delayed summit in person amid the coronavirus pandemic…

S. Africa: Top official in ruling ANC takes party to court

May 14, 2021

A top official in South Africa’s ruling African National Congress has taken the party to court to challenge his suspension pending charges of fraud and corruption against him…

Israeli forces hit Hamas tunnels in Gaza as all-out war looms; more rockets rain down

May 14, 2021

The 40-minute midnight assault involved 160 Israeli warplanes and three brigades of ground forces, including tanks, according to a spokesman for the Israeli military.…

Prince Harry opens up about mental health, ‘genetic pain’ and living ‘in a zoo’

May 14, 2021

In a podcast interview, Harry said he wants to avoid passing on his pain to his children.…

The Hamas ‘Metro’ tunnel network: Secret, sprawling and in Israeli crosshairs

May 14, 2021

A ferocious series of strikes on the Gaza Strip, launched by Israel at midnight Thursday, targeted a vast network of underground tunnels used by Palestinian militants, Israeli officials said Friday.…

Danes start digging up minks to prevent water pollution

May 14, 2021

Denmark has begun exhuming the decomposing bodies of some 4 million minks in order to incinerate them to prevent pollution of drinking water or a bathing lake…

Passengers miss India-Australia flight because of COVID-19

May 14, 2021

Around half the passengers due to fly from India to Australia after a two-week travel ban have been grounded because they either have COVID-19 or are considered a close contact of someone who does…

As protesters flee Hong Kong, Taiwan quietly extends a helping hand

May 14, 2021

Hong Kongers are settling, sometimes uneasily, into a new home that is close in culture, language and geography, yet a world apart in political freedoms and safety.…

With strikes targeting rockets and tunnels, the Israeli tactic of ‘mowing the grass’ returns to Gaza

May 14, 2021

Since Hamas took over the Palestinian territory, the Israeli military has focused not on defeating them but undermining them.…

South Sudan, nearing 10 years old, struggles for stability

May 14, 2021

As South Sudan approaches 10 years of being an independent country, many challenges remain for the world’s youngest state…

Turkish firm shuts down power supply for crisis-hit Lebanon

May 14, 2021

A Turkish company that provides electricity to Lebanon from two power barges says it has shut down its operations over delayed payments…

In West Bank, deadly clashes between Palestinians and Israeli forces open new flash point

May 14, 2021

At least 11 Palestinians were killed in West Bank protests calling for solidarity with Gaza.…

Cuba rolls out mass vaccines while awaiting study results

May 14, 2021

Hundreds of thousands of Cubans have begun receiving new, locally produced vaccines against COVID-19 in the past few days as the socialist government ramps up an inoculation campaign…

US Embassy in Moscow temporarily resumes halted services

May 14, 2021

The U.S. Embassy in Moscow says it will temporarily resume some of the consular services it had halted earlier due to a Russian ban on hiring local residents…

Diplomats, donors concerned about sex abuse reports at WHO

May 14, 2021

British, European and American diplomats and donors have voiced serious concerns about how the World Health Organization handled sex abuse allegations involving its own staff during an outbreak of Ebola in Congo, as reported this week by The Associated Press…

Lightning suspected of killing 18 Asiatic elephants in India

May 14, 2021

Lightning is believed to have killed a herd of 18 wild Asiatic elephants in remote northeastern India…

Next door to hard-hit India, coronavirus cases surge in Nepal

May 14, 2021

The wave has rapidly overwhelmed hospitals and depleted medical supplies in the Himalayan country of 30 million.…

Beset by virus, Gaza’s hospitals now struggle with wounded

May 14, 2021

Just weeks ago, the Gaza Strip’s feeble health system was struggling to cope with a surge of coronavirus cases…

Radical rabbi’s followers rise in Israel amid new violence

May 14, 2021

In the 1980s, Rabbi Meir Kahane’s violent anti-Arab ideology was considered so repugnant that Israel banned him from parliament and the U.S. listed his party as a terrorist group…

The battle for Myanmar is far from over

May 13, 2021

And the pro-democracy movement has proven resilient.…

Candidate for northern Mexico city mayor’s post killed

May 13, 2021

A candidate for the mayorship of a city in northern Mexico has been killed, the latest in a string of attacks that have cost more than three dozen lives…

What weapons do Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip have and how powerful are they?

May 13, 2021

The Gaza Strip militant group has fired rockets and shells at Israeli cities in recent days. Here’s a look at what weapons the group has and how powerful they are.…

Mexico’s Caribbean coast at “imminent risk” of lockdown

May 13, 2021

The governor of Mexico’s resort-studded Caribbean coast says his state is at “imminent risk” of returning to lockdown as coronavirus cases there rose steadily…

Israel threatens Gaza ground invasion despite truce efforts

May 13, 2021

Israel says it is massing troops along the Gaza frontier and calling up 9,000 reservists ahead of a possible ground invasion of the Hamas-ruled territory…

Nepal’s ousted prime minister to head minority government

May 13, 2021

Nepal’s ousted prime minister, who lost a vote of confidence in Parliament earlier this week, will stay in office as the leader of a minority government after political parties couldn’t agree to a coalition government…

This Siberian town lost everything when the mill closed. It’s now struggling to find a future.

May 13, 2021

Baikalsk is the Russian version of struggles in America’s Rust Belt: idled mills, lost jobs and questions over how to reimagine a way forward.…

What Netanyahu and Hamas gain as countless suffer

May 13, 2021

Amid the chaos and trauma of the resurgent conflict, two long-standing foes see their own political fortunes rise.…

Widespread blackouts hit Taiwan after power plant trips

May 13, 2021

Rotating electricity outages were instituted for millions of people islandwide, as the supplier said emergency repairs were underway.…

Covid-19 live updates: Muslim world celebrates the end of Ramadan still under the covid cloud

May 13, 2021

Muslims marked Eid al-Fitr with dawn prayers, but many of the traditional feasts, home visits and family gatherings have been discouraged because of the spreading number of cases.…

Tunisia to reopen economy despite hospital strain

May 13, 2021

Tunisian authorities plan to reopen the economy next week amid public pushback against virus restrictions…

Johnson ‘anxious’ over rise of Indian virus variant in UK

May 13, 2021

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he’s “anxious” about the rise in the U.K. of the coronavirus variant first identified in India…

Israeli forces escalate campaign in Gaza with tanks, artillery, planes; Hamas launches rockets

May 13, 2021

The Israeli military escalated its campaign against the Hamas militant group in Gaza late Thursday as artillery, tanks and war planes combined in a withering assault on the Palestinian enclave.…

Arab Israelis are rising up to protest. Here’s what you need to know about their status in the country.

May 13, 2021

Many of the Arab Israelis taking part in recent mass protests are angered not only by the ongoing airstrikes against Palestinians but also their own sense of being second-class citizens.…

Pope meets Argentine president months after abortion law

May 13, 2021

Pope Francis has met with Argentine President Alberto Fernandez, months after Argentina legalized abortion despite a personal appeal from the pontiff and opposition from the local Catholic Church…

The Latest: US advises Americans to reconsider travel

May 13, 2021

The State Department is advising Americans to reconsider any travel they may have planned to Israel and the Palestinian territories due to increasing Israeli-Palestinian violence…

Israeli jets strike Gaza; Hamas launches rockets as Israeli ground troops stand by

May 13, 2021

Sirens blared through the night across Israel, and at least one rocket struck a suburb of Tel Aviv, causing injuries and significant damage, according to Israeli officials.…

Virus, Mideast turmoil stifle Eid al-Fitr celebrations

May 13, 2021

Muslims are celebrating Eid al-Fitr in a subdued mood for a second year as the COVID-19 pandemic again forces mosque closings and family separations on the holiday marking the end of Ramadan…