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Christian Orthodox Spiritual Leader Says Indescribable Tragedy in Ukraine

ISTANBUL — Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, the spiritual head of Eastern Orthodox Christians worldwide, called overnight for the opening of humanitarian corridors in Ukraine where he said, "an indescribable human tragedy is unfolding."...

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Disaster Looms for Millions in Horn of Africa as Rains Fail

GENEVA — The World Food Program warns an estimated 20 million people in drought-affected parts of Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia could face catastrophic levels of hunger if the region is hit with a fourth consecutive year of drought. The rains have...

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Multiple People Injured, Shot in NYC Subway Attack

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK — New York Governor Kathy Hochul said the suspected gunman who opened fire on a Brooklyn subway train during the morning rush hour is dangerous and still on the loose. “We are asking individuals to be very vigilant and alert,”...

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UN: More Aid Needed to Handle Ukraine Displacement Crisis

GENEVA — The U.N. refugee agency UNHCR says it is beefing up its humanitarian aid operation for millions of Ukrainians forced to flee their homes in the face of intensified fighting and increased brutality by Russia’s military forces. Russia’s...

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Accusations Of Russian Atrocities in Ukraine Prompt Calls for Tougher Sanctions, Prosecutions

Russia faced mounting international condemnation amid reports of possible war crimes committed by Russian forces in the Kyiv suburb of Bucha and other parts of Ukraine. In a post on Twitter on April 3 , European Council President Charles Michel...

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Russia Suggests Second Round of Ukraine Peace Talks as Troops Shell Cities

Russian forces shelled multiple Ukrainian cities Wednesday, while Russian officials said they were ready for another round of talks with Ukraine and a key Russian opposition leader urged people in Russia and across the world to hold daily protests...

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Undocumented Afghan Refugees in Turkey Struggle to Access COVID Treatments, Vaccines

ERZURUM, TURKEY — Undocumented Afghan migrants who fled to Turkey to escape the Taliban say they are unable to get treatment and vaccines for the coronavirus. While officially registered refugees qualify for health care in Turkey, it is believed...

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India Denies Bid for Foreign Funding by Mother Teresa's Charity

India's government on Monday denied a bid by the late Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity to seek foreign funding, a move that would terminate a vital source of assistance for one of the leading groups providing aid and shelter to the country's...

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Haiti Gang Releases All American Missionaries

WASHINGTON / PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI — Twelve Christian Aid Ministries missionaries held captive by a Haitian gang since October 16 have been released. Gary Desrosiers, spokesperson for Haiti’s National Police, PNH, confirmed the news in a...

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Attacks Kill Dozens of Displaced People in Eastern DR Congo

GENEVA — The U.N. refugee agency has expressed outrage at the sharp rise in deadly attacks by armed groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Ituri and South Kivu provinces. Dozens of people have been killed and scores wounded in the last month...

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