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At least 10 killed as gunmen storm hotel in Somali capital

Police and eyewitnesses say at least 10 people were killed in an attack by Islamic militants who stormed a hotel in Somalia’s capital late Friday

Montenegrin government falls over ties with Serbian Church

The Montenegrin government has collapsed in a no-confidence vote that followed a rift over relations with the powerful Serbian Orthodox Church

'I lost everything': Algeria reels from deadly wildfires

Algerian firefighters have extinguished all but one of over 50 wildfires that ravaged the country this week

China jails Canadian tycoon for 13 years for finance crimes

A court says Chinese-born Canadian tycoon who disappeared from Hong Kong in 2017 has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for a multibillion-dollar string of financial offenses and his company was fined $8.1 billion

France's Macron assails Putin's 'brutal attack' on Ukraine

French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday accused the Russian leader of launching a “brutal attack” on Ukraine in an imperialist, revanchist violation of national borders

Detained aide of Pakistan's former PM Imran Khan in hospital

Pakistani officials say an aide of former Prime Minister Imran Khan who was recently arrested on treason charges for alleged anti-military remarks was hospitalized this week after complaining of breathing difficulties

AP PHOTOS: Brazil slave descendants revive rites after COVID

For three long years, Vandeli Matos was an emperor in waiting. The symbolic coronation of the 33-year-old finally occurred this week when the Kalunga quilombo — as Brazilian communities descended from runaway slaves are known — gathered for the first time since the pandemic began. It was part of a festival that Kalunga’s 39 far-flung communities hold every August — or had held until the pandemic …

Russia's Gazprom to shut gas pipeline to Europe for 3 days

Russia’s state-owned energy company Gazprom says a key pipeline conveying natural gas to Europe will shut down for three days at the end of this month to undergo “routine maintenance.”

Sweden: 2 wounded in shopping center shooting

Swedish police say two people have been wounded in a shooting at a shopping center in the southern city of Malmo

Russia's Gazprom says key pipeline conveying natural gas to Europe will shut down 3 days for 'routine maintenance'

Russia's Gazprom says key pipeline conveying natural gas to Europe will shut down 3 days for 'routine maintenance'

Roadside bombing kills 2 policemen in northwestern Pakistan

Pakistani police say a remotely detonated roadside bomb killed two policemen in a former militant stronghold in the country's northwest

Poland nabs octogenarian with 5 kilos of heroin in suitcase

Officials in Poland have arrested an 81-year-old Danish woman traveling from Africa to Canada on suspicion of illegal possession of heroin worth over $515,000

Vatican cardinal terms assault allegations false, defamatory

The Vatican cardinal accused in a class-action lawsuit in Canada of sexual assault against a woman has denied any inappropriate behavior

Finnish PM defends dancing, takes drug test to clear herself

Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin has taken a drug test “for her own legal protection” after a video was leaked of her at her private party dancing and lip-syncing
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