TUNISIAN AUTHORITIES SAY 21 DEAD AFTER MIGRANT BOAT SINKS IN MEDITERRANEAN, 3 SURVIVORS FOUND

MIGRANT BOAT SINKS OFF TUNISIA, 21 DEAD, 3 SURVIVORS FOUND

Tunisian authorities say they have recovered the bodies of 21 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa, including nine women and a baby, whose...

 
 
 

MYANMAR COUP FOES TOUT MINORITY-BACKED SHADOW GOVERNMENT

Opponents of Myanmar's ruling junta have declared they have formed an interim national unity government with members of Aung San Suu...

CHINESE DIPLOMAT SAYS WORLD'S LARGEST CARBON EMITTER TO SEND 'POSITIVE MESSAGE' AT APRIL CLIMATE MEETING CALLED BY BIDEN

 
 
 

3 RESIGN FROM AUSCHWITZ COUNCIL AFTER POLITICIAN APPOINTED

Three members of an advisory council for the Auschwitz-Birkenau museum in Poland have resigned after the government appointed a former...

EU-UK TALKS OVER BREXIT FAIL TO REACH BREAKTHROUGH

Top European Union and British officials failed to get a breakthrough at talks on Northern Ireland trade rules and said Friday that...

 
 
 

UKRAINE, FRANCE AND GERMANY HOLD SECURITY TALKS

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is holding talks with his French and German counterparts amid growing tensions with Russia,...

IRAN STARTS ENRICHING URANIUM AT 60%, ITS HIGHEST LEVEL EVER

Iran says it has started enriching uranium up to 60% purity, its highest level ever, after the sabotage at its Natanz nuclear site...

 
 
 

PAKISTAN BLOCKS SOCIAL MEDIA ACCESS AMID ANTI-FRANCE RALLIES

Pakistan has blocked access to all social media, after days of anti-French protests across the country by radical Islamists opposed...

POLLS SUPPORT BAVARIAN GOVERNOR TO RUN FOR GERMAN CHANCELLOR

New polls bolster Bavarian Governor Markus Soeder's bid to be the candidate of Chancellor Angela Merkel's center-right bloc in fall...

 
 
 

SKOREAN STEELMAKER TO END VENTURE WITH MYANMAR MILITARY

A South Korean steelmaker says it's ending a joint venture with a military-controlled firm in Myanmar following criticism that its...

US BROADCASTER ASKS EUROPEAN COURT TO BLOCK RUSSIAN FINES

U.S.-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty is asking the European Court of Human Rights to block Russia from enforcing penalties that...

 
 
 

SHORTAGE OF INTUBATION DRUGS THREATENS BRAZIL HEALTH SECTOR

Reports are emerging of Brazilian health workers forced to intubate patients without the aid of sedatives, after weeks of warnings...

SOUTH KOREAN STEELMAKER POSCO WILL END JOINT VENTURE WITH FIRM CONTROLLED BY MYANMAR MILITARY AMID ITS LETHAL CRACKDOWN

 
 
 

SYDNEY MAN FINDS SNAKE IN LETTUCE BOUGHT AT SUPERMARKET

Alex White thought he was watching a huge worm writhing in plastic-wrapped lettuce he'd just brought home from the supermarket - until...

7 HONG KONG DEMOCRACY LEADERS TO BE SENTENCED AMID CRACKDOWN

Seven of Hong Kong's leading pro-democracy advocates face sentencing for organizing and participating in a march during massive anti-government...

 
 
 

CHINA'S ECONOMIC GROWTH SURGED TO 18.3% OVER A YEAR AGO IN FIRST QUARTER AS FACTORY, CONSUMER ACTIVITY REVIVED

CHINA'S ECONOMIC GROWTH SURGED TO 18.3% AS ACTIVITY REVIVED

China's economic growth surged to 18.3% over a year earlier in the first quarter of this year as factory and consumer activity recovered...

 
 
 

MEXICO ORDERS 30 MARINES TO STAND TRIAL IN DISAPPEARANCES

Prosecutors in Mexico say a court has ordered 30 marines to stand trial in the cases of people who disappeared during anti-crime operations...

SHORTAGE OF INTUBATION DRUGS THREATENS BRAZIL HEALTH SECTOR

Reports are emerging of Brazilian health workers forced to intubate patients without the aid of sedatives, after weeks of warnings...

 
 
 



Indianapolis FedEx shooting: Authorities give update after mass shooting

Indianapolis FedEx shooting: Authorities give update after mass shooting

Authorities are holding a press conference on the deadly shooting at an Indiana FedEx facility that left at least eight people dead, as well as the gunman. Gunfire erupted at... Read more ...

Biden to host Japanese prime minister for first in-person visit

Biden to host Japanese prime minister for first in-person visit

President Biden will host Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga at the White House Friday for his first in-person summit with a world leader since taking office, as the two... Read more ...

Chicago releases video of fatal shooting of teen

Chicago releases video of fatal shooting of teen

Chicago's police review board released body camera video on Thursday of a police officer's fatal shooting of a 13-year-old boy late last month. Read more ...

Scientists created a hybrid human-monkey embryo in a lab, sparking concerns...

Scientists created a hybrid human-monkey embryo in a lab, sparking concerns others could take the experiment too far

Summary List Placement Monkey embryos containing human cells were kept alive for 20 days in an experiment carried out by a US-Chinese team. The embryos were made by injecting... Read more ...

The Pentagon confirmed that a video showing a triangular UFO is real and...

The Pentagon confirmed that a video showing a triangular UFO is real and taken by the US Navy, report says

Summary List Placement The Department of Defense has confirmed that images and video of triangle-shaped unidentified aerial phenomena are real and were taken by Navy personnel... Read more ...

Biden meets with his first foreign leader. Japan's prime minister heads to...

Biden meets with his first foreign leader. Japan's prime minister heads to the White House

The two leaders are looking to counter messaging from Chinese President Xi Jinping that America and democracies in general are on the decline. Read more ...

Morgan Stanley reports $911 million loss related to Archegos implosion

Morgan Stanley reports $911 million loss related to Archegos implosion

Summary List Placement Morgan Stanley's exposure to Archegos Capital led to a loss of $911 million in the first quarter. The implosion of Archegos Capital last month sparked... Read more ...

Facing backlash, Simon & Schuster won't distribute book by officer involved...

Facing backlash, Simon & Schuster won't distribute book by officer involved in Breonna Taylor's death

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FedEx reportedly examining cellphone policy after Indianapolis shooting

FedEx reportedly examining cellphone policy after Indianapolis shooting

FedEx is reportedly examining a policy barring workers from carrying their cellphones on the job after a deadly mass shooting at one of the company's Indianapolis facilities... Read more ...

Iran begins enriching uranium at 60 percent purity near end of nuclear talks

Iran begins enriching uranium at 60 percent purity near end of nuclear talks

The move, initially revealed by Iran's Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf on Twitter and later confirmed by state television, comes on the final day of talks in Vienna... Read more ...