A social media influencer died soon after live-streaming himself drinking several bottles of strong alcohol on China’s version of TikTok, state-run media in the country reported, in a development likely to renew debate about how to regulate the industry.
Observers predict Turkey's longtime strongman leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan is unlikely to depart from his policy of engaging with both Russia and the West.
Richard Quest reports from Antalya, Turkey on the election of President RecepTayyip Erdoğan to a third term
A generation of Ukrainian children have seen their lives upended by Russia's invasion of their country, which has subjected them to constant bombardment, uprooted millions from their homes and turned many into orphans.
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Turkey’s incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared victory in his country's runoff election, extending his increasingly authoritarian rule into a third decade.
Supporters of Turkey’s president are celebrating across the country as Recep Tayyip Erdogan declares victory.
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A Brazilian nonprofit has created a new model for land ownership that welcomes both local people and scientists to collaborate in preserving the Amazon, the world’s largest tropical forest. The goal is to create something replicable for other parts of the Amazon and slow the deforestation rates that have destroyed 10% of the entire forest in the last 40 years.
Egyptian antiquities authorities have unveiled ancient workshops and tombs they say were discovered at a Pharaonic necropolis just outside the capital Cairo. The spaces were found in the sprawling necropolis of Saqqara, which is a part of Egypt’s ancient capital of Memphis, a UNESCO World He…
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For transgender people in deeply religious El Salvador, life is a constant struggle against violence, discrimination, and worse.
An alleged campaign by Chinese state-sponsored hackers on targets in the U.S. and Guam has raised fears that Beijing is preparing to disrupt communications in the Pacific in the event of a conflict.
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Paris was just issued the world’s first microplastic rain forecast, with experts saying they expect upwards of 100 pounds worth of microplastics to fall out of the sky. And they say if the rain is worse than predicted and downpours, that number could increase by up to ten times.
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Moscow's forces struck a building containing psychology and veterinary clinics, killing two people and wounding 30, including two children, Ukrainian officials said.
The report comes as Peru declares Mexican President Lopez Obrador a ‘persona non grata’ after he criticized the protest.
Authorities say Russia’s southern Belgorod region that borders Ukraine came under attack from Ukrainian artillery fire, hours after two drones struck a Russian city in a region next to the Crimea Peninsula. The Kremlin’s forces meanwhile struck a clinic in Dnipro on Friday, killing two and wounding another 23, including two children. Ukrainian officials also said a Russian missile hit a dam in the Karlivka district of Donetsk province in eastern Ukraine. That placed nearby settlements under threat of severe flooding. Russia's Belgorod region was earlier this week the target of one of the most serious cross-border attacks from Ukraine since the war began 15 months ago.
What started as a day of sailing in the strait of Gibraltar turned into a harrowing ordeal of man versus nature.
Sudan conflict drives mass exodus, with desperate refugees risking their lives crossing the Mediterranean to Europe.
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Authorities say raids took place in seven states to investigate people aged between 22 to 38 over suspicions of forming
Three cheetah cubs born to a big cat that was brought to India from Africa last year died in central India’s Kuno National Park in the past week, forest officials said, as a heat wave in the region sent temperatures soaring.
Kayishema is alleged to have killed about 2,000 Tutsis in a church fire.
Ukrainian and Russian forces swap prisoners in Bakhmut as Russia claims control, while Ukraine disputes that it has totally lost the city. Leader of the Wagner mercenary group Yevgeny Prigozhin announced his forces have started to withdraw after nine months of conflict over the symbolic city.
NBC reports that China is facing a potential COVID surge of up to 65 million cases per week by the end of June.
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The U.S. State Department on Thursday issued a warning that China is capable of cyber attacks targeting critical infrastructure such as rail systems and oil and gas pipelines.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is denouncing Russian missile strikes on buildings in Dnipro, calling the deadly attack "another crime against humanity."