With the acknowledgement, Biden followed through on a campaign promise he made a year ago Saturday — the annual commemoration of Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day — to recognize that the events of 1915 to 1923 were a deliberate effort to…
By Associated Press
Hospitals in New Delhi and some of the worst-hit states have reported critical shortages of beds and oxygen supplies on Saturday. Families are waiting for days to cremate their loved ones at overburdened crematoriums, with many turning to makeshift facilities…
In our news wrap Friday, the CDC has lifted a pause on Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine. Officials in India, meanwhile, reported nearly 333,000 new cases today, and more than 2,200 deaths. President Joe Biden's global climate summit ended today,…
By Regina Garcia Cano, Jorge Rueda, Associated Press
Maduro for years had rejected numerous humanitarian aid offers as unnecessary and as veiled attempts by the United States and other hostile forces to destabilize his socialist government. That stance appears to have wavered amid continuing hardships.
By Angela Charlton, Michel Euler, Associated Press
France's national anti-terrorism prosecutor said his office took over the probe because the attacker had staked out the station, because of statements he made during the attack, and because he targeted a police official.
By Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press
Friday's moves came a day after Russia's defense minister declared sweeping maneuvers in Crimea and wide swaths of western Russia over, and ordered the military to pull the troops that took part back to their bases by May 1.
By Neha Mehrotra, Ashok Sharma, Associated Press
India's underfunded health system is tattering as the world’s worst coronavirus surge wears out the nation, which set a global record in daily infections for a second straight day with 332,730.
By Daria Litvinova, Associated Press
In an Instagram post on the 24th day of his hunger strike, Alexei Navalny, a vocal opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, said he will continue to demand a visit from his doctor to address numbness in his legs and…
The United States set ambitious new goals today to stop the world from heating up, urging other nations to follow suit. And some of the world’s largest carbon emitters seemed to heed the call. But world leaders left open how…
In our news wrap Thursday, the U.S. Senate passed a bipartisan COVID-19 hate crimes bill, responding to attacks on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. The U.S. House of Representatives voted along party lines to grant Washington, D.C. statehood. Internationally, Russia…
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