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Queen Elizabeth II made a rare public appearance to celebrate the opening of the Elizabeth line in London, which is named in her honor.
Russia’s war in Ukraine is combining with a global tightening of credit and an economic slowdown in China to sow misery in low- and middle-income countries.
Over a million female health workers treat India’s most at-risk women and children, for little pay and sometimes at the cost of their own lives.
Reports in state news media about the return of daily life in the financial hub brought distressed responses from residents.
The island nation’s new prime minister revealed that the country’s economic disaster was even worse than imagined.
The decision sets Britain on a collision course with the European Union, 18 months after a trade deal that was meant to have completed Brexit.
Nearly 1.5 million people have presented with a fever and 56 have died in what the country said was its first outbreak, according to state media.
Dozens of Ukrainian fighters in Mariupol were evacuated to Russian-controlled territory, as Moscow overcame the last pocket of resistance to securing a link between the Russian border and Crimea.
Our reporters are answering readers’ questions about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Many of you have asked about sentiments in Ukraine about the West.
The Buffalo killings are part of a pattern: Most extremist violence in the U.S. comes from the political right.
About 10,000 residents have come back to this eastern Ukrainian city, which is racing to repair the physical and psychological damage from Russia’s occupation.
Prince Charles will make a three day tour of the country, where polls suggest there’s little support for the monarchy — but amending Canada’s Constitution is difficult.
The changes include an expansion of flights to the country and the restarting of a family reunification program.