An information blackout under Myanmar's military junta has worsened as fiber broadband service that is last legal way for ordinary people to access the internet became intermittently inaccessible on several networks.
By Jill Lawless, Peter Morrison, Associated Press
Crowds from Protestant and Catholic communities hurled bricks, fireworks and gasoline bombs at police and each other overnight in Belfast, as a week of street violence escalated.
By Robert Burns, Associated Press
Without coming right out and saying it, President Joe Biden seems ready to let lapse a May 1 deadline for completing a withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan.
In our news wrap Wednesday, the CDC says a highly contagious virus variant first found in Britain has now become the most common strain in the U.S., the Biden administration announced it’s resuming aid to Palestinians, at least 144 people…
Allegations of ethnic cleansing that began last fall amid a military crackdown in northern Ethiopia's Tigray region now threaten to engulf the surrounding areas and permanently tarnish the reputation of the country’s nobel prize-winning prime minister. Thousands are dead, tens…
The Ethiopian government is allowing journalists into Tigray in part because of international pressure, following reports of atrocities committed by the government and its allies. Nick schifrin reports on the anatomy of an event that Amnesty International calls a possible…
By Maria Cheng, Danica Kirka, Jill Lawless, Associated Press
Wednesday's recommendation came as regulators both in the U.K. and the European Union emphasized that the benefits of receiving the vaccine continue to outweigh the risks for most people.
By Samuel Petrequin, Associated Press
Gender equality issues took center stage Wednesday in Brussels a day after Ursula von der Leyen, one the EU's most powerful executives, was treated like a second-rank official during a visit to Ankara.
By Associated Press
China's government warned Washington on Wednesday not to boycott next year’s Winter Olympics in Beijing after the Biden administration said it was talking with allies about a joint approach to complaints of human rights abuses.
In our news wrap Tuesday, two U.S. sailors are in critical condition after a navy medic shot them at a military facility in Frederick, Maryland. The suspect was later shot dead. Then, a look at how COVID related public restrictions…
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