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French environmentalists are working around the clock to try and feed a dangerously thin Beluga whale that has strayed into the Seine River. So far, they've been unsuccessful. Marine conservation … more
Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip are exchanging fire in the worst bout of cross-border violence since an 11-day war between Israel and Hamas last year. Israeli airstrikes killed 11 … more
Round-the-clock pumping slightly lowered the level of water inside the flooded shafts of a coal mine where 10 miners were trapped in northern Mexico, but two days after a collapse it remained too … more
British health authorities say the monkeypox outbreak across the country may be peaking and that the epidemic’s growth rate has slowed. In a statement on Friday, the U.K.’s Health Security Agency … more
French environmentalists are hoping to feed a catch of herring to a worryingly thin Beluga whale that has strayed far from its Arctic habitat into the Seine River. They fear that the ethereal white … more
French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne has warned that France is facing the “most severe drought” ever recorded in the country and announced the activation of a government crisis unit. Borne said … more
A British court has rejected a request from the parents of a comatose boy to allow them to move their son to a hospice when hospital doctors withdraw his life-support treatment. Barring any further … more
The al-Shabab extremist group has exploited Ethiopia’s internal turmoil to cross the border from neighboring Somalia in unprecedented attacks in recent weeks that a top U.S. military commander has … more
Relatives of prisoners of war taken captive by Russia after the fall of Azovstal steel plant are calling for answers a week on from a prison attack in a separatist region of eastern Ukraine that … more
Nicaragua President Daniel Ortega’s government has closed seven radio stations this week owned by the Roman Catholic church, as well as two other outlets serving the largely rural northern area … more
An Amnesty International report says Ukrainian forces have exposed civilians to Russian attacks by basing themselves in schools, residences and other places in populated areas. Ukrainian officials … more
Africa’s public health agency says it doesn’t know how many of the continent’s reported monkeypox cases this year are in men who have sex with men. The agency's acting director warned against … more
Efforts to rescue 10 miners trapped in a collapsed and flooded coal mine in northern Mexico have intensified with hundreds of people involved in the operation. Authorities said Thursday that the … more
Former Puerto Rico Gov. Wanda Vázquez has been arrested in the U.S. territory on corruption charges, an official tells The Associated Press. Two other unidentified people were arrested along with … more
Pope Francis has promoted a Vatican nurse to be his “personal health care assistant” The Vatican announced the appointment of Massimiliano Strappetti on Thursday. Strappetti is the nursing … more
The family of a comatose boy who have fought to prevent doctors from ending his life-support treatment have filed a legal action requesting permission to move their son from a London hospital to a … more
A large fire has broke out in one of Berlin’s biggest forests, triggered by several explosions that took place at an ammunition dump inside the forest. Around 100 firefighters are battling the … more
The first grain ship to leave Ukraine and cross the Black Sea under a wartime deal passed inspection Wednesday in Istanbul and headed on to Lebanon. more
Bamako, Mali’s bustling riverside capital of more than 2.5 million people, is on heightened alert as jihadi attacks have moved perilously close to the city. At least 15 extremist attacks hit Mali … more
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