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US Calls Out Genocide, Atrocities Committed in 6 Countries

The United States called out genocide and atrocities happening in six countries —Myanmar (also known as Burma,) China, Ethiopia, Iraq, Syria and South Sudan — as part of a report highlighting how the U.S. government is using financial, diplomatic...

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Cuba Protesters Cite Shortages, Frustrations with Government

Protesters rallying against Cuba’s government on Sunday expressed a number of grievances, including the state of the country’s economy and the response to the coronavirus pandemic. “What we want is change,” Yamila Monte, a Cuban domestic worker...

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4 Suspects in Assassination of Haiti's President Moise Die in Shootout

WASHINGTON/PORT-AU-PRINCE - The head of Haiti’s National Police Force said four people suspected of carrying out Wednesday’s assassination of President Jovenel Moise were killed in a shootout with police. Chief Léon Charles told reporters in...

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Ethiopians Prepare for Elections Amid Ongoing Conflict

ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA - Passersby called the raucous campaigns this week in Addis Ababa "beautiful," with many noting they had never seen political discourse like this before in Ethiopia. "Life has gotten expensive, and people have died in...

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More Than 160 Killed in Deadliest Attack of Burkina Faso's War

OUAGADOUGOU, BURKINA FASO - The government of Burkina Faso has declared three days of mourning following an attack that left at least 160 people dead late last week in the northern village of Solhan. The International Committee for the Red Cross,...

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India 'On Brink' as 2nd COVID Wave Devastates Major Cities

MUMBAI - As India reels from a second wave of COVID-19 infections that is devastating major cities, stockpiles are falling short of surging demand in the country, health experts warn. The country’s mass immunization bid to expand its vaccination...

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Texas Investigating Abuse Allegations at Migrant Facility

AUSTIN, TEXAS - Texas child welfare officials said Wednesday they received three reports alleging abuse and neglect at a San Antonio coliseum that is holding more than 1,600 immigrant teenagers who crossed the southern border. It is the first time...

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