Pope apologizes after being quoted using vulgar term about gay men in talk about ban on gay priests

Pope apologizes after being quoted using vulgar term about gay men in talk about ban on gay priests

China calls for Red Sea attacks on civilian ships to end

China calls for Red Sea attacks on civilian ships to end

At least 17 are killed when a stone quarry collapses in India's northeast. 12 others remain missing

At least 17 are killed when a stone quarry collapses in India’s northeast. 12 others remain missing

South Africa's president faces his party's worst election ever. He'll still likely be reelected

South Africa’s president faces his party’s worst election ever. He’ll still likely be reelected

US markets mixed in quiet post-holiday trading

US markets mixed in quiet post-holiday trading

Ireland officially recognises Palestinian state

Ireland officially recognises Palestinian state

Polish man sentenced to life in Congo on espionage charges has been released and returned to Europe

Polish man sentenced to life in Congo on espionage charges has been released and returned to Europe

Belgium commits $1 billion to Ukraine as Zelenskyy continues his whistlestop European tour

Belgium commits $1 billion to Ukraine as Zelenskyy continues his whistlestop European tour

Dutch parties to propose former intelligence chief as new prime minister

Dutch parties to propose former intelligence chief as new prime minister

As Israel attacks Rafah, Palestinians are living in tents and searching for food

As Israel attacks Rafah, Palestinians are living in tents and searching for food

Climate change caused 26 extra days of extreme heat in last year: report

The year 2023 was the hottest year on record, according to the EU's climate monitor, Copernicus

Indian climber dies after Everest bid, eighth death this season

Three people -- a British climber and two Nepali guides -- among the eight are listed as missing

China, US agree to manage maritime risks through continued dialogue

China said both agreed to maintain communication, and avoid misunderstandings and miscalculations

Tanks reach Rafah's centre as Israel presses assault

Witnesses said the Israeli military appeared to have brought in remote-operated armoured vehicles

Spain announces recognition of Palestine with East Jerusalem as capital

In a televised address, he said it will not recognise any changes to Palestinian borders after 1967

Submerged homes, heat waves fuel Mexico climate angst

El Bosque is first community in Mexico to be officially recognised as displaced by climate change

Security Council set to meet over deadly Rafah strike

The attack prompted a wave of international condemnation

Trump judgment looms as historic trial reaches finale

Crucially, a conviction would not bar Trump from appearing on the ballot in presidential election

Cyclone kills 16 in India, Bangladesh and cuts power to millions

Packing speeds of up to 135 kph, it crossed Bangladesh's southern port of Mongla and entered India

Netanyahu says deadly Israeli strike in Rafah was the result of a 'tragic mistake'

Netanyahu did not elaborate on the error. But military said it hit the camp with "precise airstrike"

Armenia detains more than 270 protesters demanding prime minister's resignation

Protests erupted in Caucasus nation last month after govt agreed to hand territory to Azerbaijan

Egyptian opposition leader Tantawi held after court upholds a one-year jail

Tantawi was found guilty of election campaign irregularities in February

North Korean rocket carrying its 2nd spy satellite explodes shortly after launch

The North's KCNA said the rocket blew up soon after liftoff due to a suspected engine problem

Exceptionally early heatwave hits Finland

"This is probably the first time ever we have issued a heatwave warning in May", Viljamaa told AFP

South Korea, US, Japan nuclear envoys condemn North Korea satellite launch

The failed launch was a direct violation of UN Security Council resolutions

Philippine authorities say 7 dead after storm

Ewiniar brought winds up to 130 kms per hour and heavy rain in provinces south of the capital

Papua New Guinea orders thousands to evacuate from path of 'active' landslide

"The landslide is still active, as people are digging through the rocks, more is still coming down"

Biden tells Israel to protect civilians after Rafah strike

Biden has faced increasing pressure from within his own party to scale back support for Israel

Peru prosecutors file graft complaint against president

Peru prosecutors file graft complaint against president

Israeli attack on Rafah tent camp kills 45, prompts international outcry

Palestinian families rushed to hospitals to prepare their dead for burial after Israeli strike.

'The sound was terrifying': Witnesses recount chaotic scenes during deadly strikes on Rafah camp

Medical officials and aid agencies said the majority of the casualties were women and children.

Israel faces fresh international condemnation over deadly strikes on Rafah tent camp

Israel faced new condemnation Monday for strikes on the southern Gaza city of Rafah.

Egyptian soldier killed by Israelis near the Rafah border crossing

Israel seized control of the Rafah border crossing from Gaza side of the border earlier this month.

Iran increases stockpile of uranium to near weapons-grade levels

The report said Iran now has 142.1 kilograms of uranium enriched up to 60 per cent.

Kyiv says talks on France sending military instructors to Ukraine are ongoing

France’s defence ministry said the issue was being studied but did not confirm the deployment.

Lawyers say Egyptians cleared in Greece over migrant shipwreck remain unfairly detained

Lawyers say Egyptians cleared in Greece over migrant shipwreck remain unfairly detained

International community should redouble pressure on Israel: Colombia minister

Israel's military campaign has killed some 36,000 people

US lawmakers pledge support for Taiwan and its new president after China's military drills

US lawmakers pledge support for Taiwan and its new president after China’s military drills

China premier agrees on cooperation with Seoul, Tokyo but issues veiled rebuke against their US ties

China premier agrees on cooperation with Seoul, Tokyo but issues veiled rebuke against their US ties

Russia to build Central Asia's first nuclear power plant in Uzbekistan

The deal will showcase Russia's ability to export high-tech products to new Asian markets

Aid trucks arrive in Gaza but no deliveries yet: sources

Deliveries are badly needed as little aid has reached southern Gaza since May 6

Operations to destroy illegal roads in Colombia's Amazon hit standstill, sources say

The construction of roads is a major contributor to deforestation in Colombia

What happens when sun aligns directly above holy Kaaba?

Phenomenon happens twice a year on May 27 and July 15

North Korea appears to have fired a missile into the sea, Japan and South Korea say

North Korea appears to have fired a missile into the sea, Japan and South Korea say

Israel faces new condemnation over Rafah strikes, which local health officials say killed 45

Israel faces new condemnation over Rafah strikes, which local health officials say killed 45

Latest deadly weather in US kills at least 20 as storms carve path of ruin across multiple states

Latest deadly weather in US kills at least 20 as storms carve path of ruin across multiple states

Kremlin condemns NATO boss's appeal for Ukraine to use Western arms in Russia

Kremlin condemns NATO boss's appeal for Ukraine to use Western arms in Russia

China, Japan, South Korea joint declaration after first summit in four years

China, Japan, South Korea joint declaration after first summit in four years

Ukraine drone targets second Russian long-range military radar

Ukraine drone targets second Russian long-range military radar

Julius Malema: divisive EFF leader could be kingmaker in South Africa election

The EFF promises to nationalise the country's gold and platinum mines

Mexico's Sheinbaum may be no puppet but her mentor looms large

Mexico suffered the fifth-worst COVID-19 death toll in the world

US lawmaker tells Taiwan weapons are coming

US lawmaker tells Taiwan weapons are coming

Russia invites Afghanistan's Taliban to major economic forum

Russia has been slowly building ties with the Taliban

South Korea deploys fighter jets in attack drills

South Korea deploys fighter jets in attack drills

Indian police arrest hospital boss after six babies die in fire

The blaze broke out at the New Born Baby Care hospital in New Delhi

Ukraine's Zelenskyy visits Spain in pursuit of more weapons to fight Russia with

Ukraine’s Zelenskyy visits Spain in pursuit of more weapons to fight Russia with

North Korea condemns denuclearisation call at neighbours' summit in Seoul

North Korea launched its first military spy satellite into orbit in November

South Africa's election could bring the biggest political shift since it became a democracy in 1994

South Africa’s election could bring the biggest political shift since it became a democracy in 1994

EU-Israel relations take a nosedive as Spain, Ireland set to formally recognize a Palestinian state

EU-Israel relations take a nosedive as Spain, Ireland set to formally recognize a Palestinian state

South Africa's election could bring the biggest political shift since it became a democracy in 1994

From a high of gaining nearly 70% of the vote 20 years ago, it has experienced decline in support

Indonesia's Mt Ibu erupts as agency warns local aviation authorities

"The ash column is seen to be thick and grey and moving westward," the volcanology agency said

New Caledonia state of emergency to be lifted, says Paris

The state of emergency would end on Monday evening at 8:00 pm in Paris (Tuesday 5:00 am in Noumea)

South Africa's Steenhuisen wages mission to stop 'doomsday coalition'

Democratic Alliance leader Steenhuisen is in pivotal position as the ANC is likely to lose majority

Putin arrives in Uzbekistan, third foreign trip since re-election

Russian news agencies said Mirziyoyev met Putin on arrival in Tashkent and they travelled in a car

Cyclone Remal kills four, snaps power links to millions in India, Bangladesh

Both nations moved nearly a million people to storm shelters, about 800,000 of them in Bangladesh

Myanmar's Rohingya in the crosshairs as fighting escalates in Rakhine

Tens of thousands of Rohingya are estimated to have fled for safety towards Bangladesh since mid-May

More than 2,000 could be buried in Papua New Guinea landslide, authorities say

The landslide crashed through Yambali village in the country's north on Friday burying 150 houses

Media watchdog files ICC case over journalists' deaths in Gaza

RSF said it was asking the ICC prosecutor to investigate alleged war crimes committed by Israel army

China's premier hails 'new beginning' with US-allied South Korea, Japan

They may also agree to resume three-party free trade agreement negotiations

Israeli airstrikes kill at least 35 in Rafah, Gaza authorities say

The Israeli military said its air force struck a Hamas compound in Rafah with "precise ammunition"

Israeli war cabinet due to meet as Netanyahu 'strongly opposes' ending Gaza war

Netanyahu has long rejected Hamas's demand in negotiations for a permanent end to the conflict.

Hamas fires missiles at Tel Aviv for first time in months

The Israeli military said eight projectiles were identified crossing from the area of Rafah.

EU hosts talks to strengthen Palestinian Authority for Gaza

A "strong" Palestinian Authority is needed to bring peace in the Middle East, Borrell said.

Recognising Palestinian state is 'justice' for Palestinians: Spain

Spain's FM said that recognising the State of Palestine is justice for the Palestinian people.

Cyclone hits Bangladesh as nearly 1 million people flee inland for shelter

An intense cyclone smashed into the low-lying coast of Bangladesh on Sunday.

Twelve Moldovan parties clinch pro-Europe pact, but not all back president

Not all the parties support pro-European President Maia Sandu, who is running for re-election

Zelenskiy, from ravaged Kharkiv, urges Biden and Xi to join peace summit

Ukraine hopes to host as many countries as possible at Kyiv-led talks in Switzerland

South African opposition leader warns of 'doomsday' ANC coalition with radicals

Political parties are holding rallies on the final weekend before elections

Ahead of another donor conference for Syria, humanitarian workers fear more aid cuts

Ahead of another donor conference for Syria, humanitarian workers fear more aid cuts

Burkina Faso extends junta rule by five years

The military authorities seized power in a 2022 coup

At least 9 dead in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas after severe weather roars

At least 9 dead in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas after severe weather roars

Millions vote in India's grueling election with Prime Minister Modi's party likely to win third term

Millions vote in India’s grueling election with Prime Minister Modi’s party likely to win third term

Norway hands over papers for diplomatic recognition to the Palestinian prime minister

Norway hands over papers for diplomatic recognition to the Palestinian prime minister

Lithuanians vote in presidential election overshadowed by Russia

The Baltic nation of 2.8 million has been a staunch ally of Ukraine since Russia's 2022 invasion

Comoros President sworn in for fourth term after disputed poll

One person was killed and at least 25 injured in violent protests that erupted in the country

Sunak's plan to make 18-year-olds do national service grabs attention on UK election trail

Sunak’s plan to make 18-year-olds do national service grabs attention in UK

Death toll in Kharkiv attack rises to 14 as Zelenskyy warns of Russian troop movements

Death toll in Kharkiv attack rises to 14 as Zelenskyy warns of Russian troop movements

Bangladesh evacuates hundreds of thousands as a severe cyclone approaches from the Bay of Bengal

Bangladesh evacuates hundreds of thousands as a severe cyclone approaches from the Bay of Bengal

Hamas rocket attack from Gaza sets off air raid sirens in Tel Aviv for the first time in months

Hamas rocket attack from Gaza sets off air raid sirens in Tel Aviv for the first time in months

Trump, accustomed to friendly crowds, confronts repeated booing during Libertarian convention speech

Trump, accustomed to friendly crowds, confronts repeated booing during Libertarian convention speech

Lagging in polls, UK Conservatives pitch national service at 18

Labour politicians derided the announcement

Yemen's Houthis free more than 100 prisoners

Yemen has been mired in conflict since the Houthis ousted the government

South Africa election: ANC could lose majority

Polls suggest the ANC’s share of the vote could fall as low as 40%, compared with 57.5% in 2019

UN migration agency estimates more than 670 killed in Papua New Guinea landslide

Local officials had initially put the death toll on Friday at 100 or more

New Caledonia airport to remain closed until at least June 2

Macron also urged pro-independence protesters to lift their barricades

EarthCARE satellite to probe how clouds affect climate

The satellite will orbit nearly 400 kms above earth, building a complete profile of fluffy clouds

Fire kills six newborns at baby hospital in India's capital

TV footage showed firefighters attempting to douse the fire which broke out late Saturday night

India and Bangladesh brace for year's first cyclone

The coasts of the South Asian neighbours have experienced frequent severe storms in recent years

Aid trucks expected to start entering Gaza through Kerem Shalom crossing

The Rafah border crossing has been shut for 3 weeks after Israel took control of Palestinian side

Fire at entertainment venue kills at least 24 people in western India

With rescue efforts continuing in the Rajkot district, the local mayor said death toll could rise

Macron heads to Germany in first French presidential state visit in 24 years

It is "an attempt at the highest political level to demonstrate that the relationship is working"

Ukrainian attacks kill four in Belgorod region in southern Russia, governor says

Three people died on the spot in Oktyabrsky village while one in hospital in multiple rocket attack

After World Court ruling, Palestinians want action not words

The World Court has no means to enforce its orders while Israel announced to continue the war

Hamas says it captured Israeli soldiers in Gaza; Israel denies

The Hamas armed wing spokesman did not say how many soldiers had been abducted and showed no proof

Chile firefighter, forest official linked to wildfires that killed 130

Authorities said Mondaca carried out the plot and Pinto was the mastermind

After China drills, Taiwan president again offers talks

After China drills, Taiwan president again offers talks

UK's Labour has 17-point lead over Conservatives in first poll since vote date set

The poll of just over 2,000 people showed 44% support for Labour and 27% for the Conservatives

Trump booed and heckled by raucous crowd at Libertarian convention

One Libertarian Party member shouted: "Donald Trump should have taken a bullet!"

World Court's order on Rafah does not rule out entire offensive, Israel says

Judges at the ICJ ordered Israel on Friday to immediately halt its assault on Rafah

Gaza ceasefire talks could soon resume but Israel-Hamas war rages on

An official said a decision had been taken to resume the talks next week

Macron says he would debate with far-right's Le Pen ahead of EU vote

Macron says he would debate with far-right's Le Pen ahead of EU vote

BlackRock pushed Anglo to extend talks with BHP

BlackRock pushed Anglo to extend talks with BHP

ECB's Panetta says Italian banks must quit Russia

ECB's Panetta says Italian banks must quit Russia

European banks in Russia face 'awful lot of risk'

European banks in Russia face 'awful lot of risk'

US 'deeply concerned' over China military drills in Taiwan Strait

US 'deeply concerned' over China military drills in Taiwan Strait

France sends police, military reinforcements to New Caledonia

France sends police, military reinforcements to New Caledonia

South Africa's ruling ANC stages rally to defend solo rule

South Africa's ruling ANC stages rally to defend solo rule

First French tourists evacuated from New Caledonia as unrest continues

First French tourists evacuated from New Caledonia as unrest continues

Three Christian missionaries from Oklahoma-based group killed in Haiti

Months of gang violence in Haiti have forced the government into retreat

G7 ministers move closer to Russian assets deal

G7 ministers move closer to Russian assets deal

French court finds three Syrian officials guilty of war crimes

French court finds three Syrian officials guilty of war crimes

Thai hospital says 43 people from Singapore Airlines flight still under treatment

The 43 patients are in three different hospitals in Bangkok

China ends war games, Taiwan details warplane, warship surge

China claims democratically governed Taiwan as its own territory

More than 10,000 people reach UK in small boats since January

The government website showed 10,170 arrived between January and May 25

More than 300 buried in Papua New Guinea landslide, local media says

Over 1,100 houses were buried by a massive landslide that levelled a remote village in PNG

Israel strikes Rafah after top UN court orders it to halt offensive

Israeli ground troops started moving into Rafah in early May, defying global opposition

Life in water and mud: Colombians fed up with constant flooding

Concerned inhabitants say the flooding has become more frequent, and more severe

Eiffel Tower ticket prices to rise by 20 percent

Visitor numbers recovered to nearly six million last year, having dropped to 1.5 million in 2020

Families of Texas school shooting victims sue gunmaker, Instagram

Nineteen young children and two teachers were killed in the city of Uvalde on May 24, 2022

Israel insists Rafah operation does not risk 'destruction of Palestinians'

Israel insisted its military operations in Rafah were in line with international law.

Food bound for Gaza rots in the sun as Egypt's Rafah crossing stays shut

Egyptian officials and sources say humanitarian operations are at risk from military activity.

Hezbollah barrages deal heavy damage in northern Israel

Lebanese group Hezbollah has been exchanging near-daily cross-border fire with the Israeli army.

UK police arrest 16 at Oxford University Gaza war protest

Thames Valley Police said the individuals were arrested on suspicion of aggravated trespass.

US, China defence chiefs to meet following Taiwan tension

The Pentagon said that Austin would meet Chinese Admiral Dong Jun.

Police shoot man dead in New Caledonia after protesters attack

A policeman in riot-hit New Caledonia killed a 48-year-old man after being attacked by demonstrators

Israel told to halt Rafah offensive, but UN court stops short of a full Gaza cease-fire

Israel told to halt Rafah offensive, but UN court stops short of a full Gaza cease-fire

Nuclear drills are not an escalation: Putin

Nuclear drills are not an escalation: Putin

Over 100 feared dead in landslide in remote part of Papua New Guinea, with rescue efforts underway

Over 100 feared dead in landslide in remote part of Papua New Guinea, with rescue efforts underway

Fire at chemical factory in India kills at least 9, with searchers looking for more victims

Fire at chemical factory in India kills at least 9, with searchers looking for more victims

Security Council approves resolution decrying attacks on UN and aid workers and demanding protection

Security Council approves resolution decrying attacks on UN and aid workers and demanding protection

Former US Marine pilot can be extradited, Australian magistrate rules

Duggan, 55, a naturalised Australian citizen, is facing US charges including money laundering

Putin arrives in neighboring Belarus for a two-day visit with a key ally

Putin arrives in neighboring Belarus for a two-day visit with a key ally

King Charles III won't be out and about much over the next six weeks amid election campaign

King Charles III won’t be out and about much over the next six weeks amid election campaign

UN warns of rise in violence in Myanmar's Rakhine, US and EU express alarm

Rohingya have faced persecution in Buddhist-majority Myanmar for decades

The bodies of 3 more hostages are recovered from Gaza by the Israeli army

The bodies of 3 more hostages are recovered from Gaza by the Israeli army

Tens of thousands protest against contentious Taiwan parliament reforms

Last Friday, legislators threw punches during a debate on the reforms

Hundreds feared dead after landslide flattens remote Papua New Guinea village

More than 50 homes, many with people still asleep inside, were buried

Top Russian military officials are being arrested. Why is it happening?

Top Russian military officials are being arrested. Why is it happening?

No evidence of terrorism in Raisi's helicopter crash, says report

It finds no suspicious issues in communication between control tower, flight crew

Russia smashes train tracks in a battered Ukrainian border region where children are being evacuated

Russia smashes train tracks in a battered Ukrainian border region where children are being evacuated

Top UN court orders Israel to halt military operation in Rafah. Will Israel comply?

Top UN court orders Israel to halt military operation in Rafah; Israel is unlikely to comply

Paris Orly air controller strike sparks mass cancellations

Paris Orly air controller strike sparks mass cancellations

Zelenskiy visits Kharkiv in show of support for city pounded by Russian strikes

Kharkiv is Ukraine's second largest city which lies some 30 km from the border with Russia

How Mukesh Ambani's Antilia outprices Dubai's Burj Khalifa?

How Mukesh Ambani's Antilia outprices Dubai's Burj Khalifa?

South Africa election: Will there be a new president or government?

Under South Africa's constitution, voters elect 400 members of the National Assembly

Russia says Islamic State behind deadly Moscow concert hall attack

FSB chief said "Khorasan Province (IS-K) prepared, financed and coordinated the attack"

El Nino not responsible for East Africa floods: scientists

Torrential rainfall in Kenya, Tanzania and neighbouring nations killed 500 people from March to May

Former Labour leader Corbyn to stand as independent in UK election

Corbyn was Labour leader at the last election in 2019. He has held Islington North seat since 1983

Manipur's ethnic violence splinters teams and sporting dreams

The unrest in the state, divided football teams like Eastern Sporting Union (ESU) along ethnic lines

South Asia faces extreme weather with heatwave and heavy rains in India, cyclone in Bangladesh

Extreme temperatures throughout Asia last month were made worse due to man-induced climate change

India's new government will be spoilt for choice with $25 bln extra in kitty

The surplus fund can help the new government bring down its fiscal deficit by 0.3% of GDP

Brazil farmer who lost everything to floods recalls water's fury

Kunz's farm was one of hundreds devastated by cataclysmic flooding that killed at least 160 people

Trump, without evidence, claims migrants in US illegally 'building army' to attack Americans

Trump sought to portray migrants from China, the DR Congo and other countries as a violent threat

Mexico's 'heat dome' has already killed dozens of people as hotter days loom

Mexico has been reeling from a high-pressure weather phenomenon known as a "heat dome"

Building fire kills 14 people in Vietnam capital

The ministry said it is investigating the cause of the fire, whose victims are yet to be identified

Three US troops have non-combat injuries during Gaza pier operation

The injuries were the first during the latest US operation to bring humanitarian aid to Palestinians

Divisions, elections and Assad lay bare Europe's Syrian quagmire

Syria has become a forgotten crisis that nobody wants to stir amid the war between Israel and Hamas

Seven dead in Russian strikes on Kharkiv as Kyiv pleads for weapons

Authorities said Russia fired about 15 missiles at the city and the nearby town of Liubotyn

Sunak and Starmer hit UK campaign trail after shock election call

Sunak shocked and angered many in his party when he gambled by calling a July 4 election

World Court to rule on request to halt Israel's Rafah offensive

World Court to rule on request to halt Israel's Rafah offensive

Israel launches deadly Gaza strikes, says ready for new truce talks

Israel expressed readiness to resume stalled talks on a truce and hostage release deal with Hamas.

Palestinians survey damage, mourn dead after Israel raid in West Bank

Palestinians began assessing the damage caused by a two-day Israeli raid on the Jenin refugee camp.

UNRWA chief says private sector prioritised at Gaza goods crossing

The number of aid trucks entering Gaza through crossings of Rafah and Kerem Shalom has fallen.

UN expert urges Israel to investigate reports of mistreated Palestinian detainees

The Israeli authorities must investigate all complaints and reports of torture or ill-treatment.

Lebanese children narrowly escape deadly strike on Hezbollah fighter

Lebanese children on a minibus had a narrow escape when a drone strike killed a Hezbollah fighter.

Russia moves to extend its maritime borders, angering Baltic Sea nations

Russia unveiled a bill on Tuesday that would redefine its maritime borders in the Baltic Sea.

Why US political consultant indicted?

Why US political consultant indicted?

Pro-Palestinian protesters leave after Drexel University decides to have police clear encampment

Pro-Palestinian protesters leave after Drexel University decides to have police clear encampment

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is betting that calmer economic conditions will get him re-elected

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is betting that calmer economic conditions will get him re-elected

US weekly jobless claims fall further as labor market remains strong

US weekly jobless claims fall further as labor market remains strong

Texas power demand to break May record in heat wave on Friday

Extreme weather in Texas is a reminder of the February freeze in 2021

Chad's Deby sworn in as president after three years of military rule

Mahamat Idriss Deby seized power after rebels killed his father

In rural South Africa, voters weigh frustration and ANC loyalty

The government has built around 3 million new houses for poor families

12 Palestinians killed and 25 wounded in Israel's 2-day West Bank operation

12 Palestinians killed and 25 wounded in Israel’s 2-day West Bank operation

US will announce $275 million more in artillery and ammunition for Ukraine, officials say

US will announce $275 million more in artillery and ammunition for Ukraine, officials say

Biden woos Kenya's President Ruto with key state visit

Biden woos Kenya's President Ruto with key state visit

Tunisia sentences two journalists to one year in prison

Tunisia has now imprisoned a total of six journalists

With Ukraine losing ground, allies debate how to squeeze cash for Kyiv out of frozen Russian assets

With Ukraine losing ground, allies debate how to squeeze cash for Kyiv out of frozen Russian assets

Russian missiles kill 7 in Ukraine's second-largest city where Moscow's troops are pressing

Russian missiles kill 7 in Ukraine’s second-largest city where Moscow’s troops are pressing

Strong winds topple stage at a campaign rally in northern Mexico, killing at least 9 people

Strong winds topple stage at a campaign rally in northern Mexico, killing at least 9 people

With Hamas holding firm and fighting back in Gaza, Israel faces only bad options

With Hamas holding firm and fighting back in Gaza, Israel faces only bad options

Saudi Arabia bars visit visa holders from entering Makkah during Hajj season

Security and organizational measures are being implemented to ensure safety of authorized pilgrims

Macron announces French police to remain in riot-hit New Caledonia

Macron announces French police to remain in riot-hit New Caledonia

More tropical nights as southeast tipped for France's biggest temperature rise

More tropical nights as southeast tipped for France's biggest temperature rise

Kenyan climber dies on Everest, Sherpa missing

Two Mongolian climbers died last week while descending from the summit

Myanmar's military junta announces mandatory conscription

Myanmar's military junta announces mandatory conscription

Macron says extra security to stay in riot-hit New Caledonia as long as needed

Macron's hastily arranged visit comes after six people were killed in riots