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German police have arrested two men following raids targeting organized migrant-smuggling in the country's capital and the northern state of Lower Saxony. About 260 officers took part in Thursday's … more
Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina is on course for reelection in a vote boycotted by most opposition candidates. With 85% of ballots counted, Rajoelina had received 59.7% of the vote in last … more
Greece’s main left-wing opposition party, Syriza, has suffered a damaging setback as nine lawmakers quit the party in protest against its newly elected leadership. Effie Achtsioglou, a former … more
The European Union’s border agency says that it will send dozens of officers and equipment as reinforcements to Finland to help police its borders amid suspicion that Russia is behind an influx of … more
Hungary is set to receive 900 million euros ($981 million) in European Union money despite the Hungarian prime minister's attempts to scupper the bloc's support for Ukraine. The money is part of the … more
The militant Hezbollah group has fired more than 50 rockets at military posts in northern Israel. The waves of rockets sent over the border represented one of the most intense bombardments since … more
Riot police have used batons and tear gas to halt tens of thousands of supporters of Nepal’s former king who attempted to march to the center of the capital to demand the restoration of the … more
Ukrainian authorities say Russian shelling has killed three civilians in southeastern regions of the country. Meanwhile, a Russian television journalist was reported to have died from injuries he … more
New laws rushed through Australia’s Parliament last week to mandate curfews and electronic tracking bracelets on some foreigners with criminal records are facing their first High Court challenge. … more
The World Health Organization says it has made an official request to China for information about a potentially worrying spike in respiratory illnesses and clusters of pneumonia in children. The U.N. … more
He’s been called the Dutch Donald Trump. He’s been threatened with death countless times by Islamic extremists, convicted of insulting Moroccans and the British government once banned him from … more
South Korea's spy agency has told lawmakers that Russian support likely enabled North Korea to put a spy satellite into orbit for the first time this week. The South's defense minister says it will … more
Hundreds of police officers are searching the properties of Hamas members and followers in Germany with the majority of the raids taking place in Berlin. On Nov. 2, the German government implemented … more
A countrywide billboard campaign that flooded the streets of Hungary this week takes aim at the head of the European Union’s executive, Ursula von der Leyen. It's the start of an election campaign … more
Australian authorities say dozens of residents have been evacuated and at least 10 homes have been destroyed by a wildfire that's burning out of control during heat wave spring conditions on the … more
In Zimbabwe, rains are finally bringing relief to its second-largest national park. But elsewhere in the wildlife-rich country, authorities say climate change-induced drought is deadly for animals … more
First, some families fled drought and violence. Now they say they have nowhere to hide from intense flooding as rainfall exacerbated by the weather phenomenon El Nino pummels large parts of Somalia. … more
The rescue of 41 construction workers trapped nearly two weeks in a collapsed tunnel in India has reached the final stretch of digging. The drill that's digging into the dirt and debris made it … more
Peruvian scientists say Peru has lost more than half of its glacier surface in the last six decades due to climate change. According to a new glacier inventory released Wednesday by a government … more
Argentina’s President-elect Javier Milei has called for the wholesale reinvention of the government but he has precious little time. With less than three weeks until his Dec. 10 inauguration, … more
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