Ukraine on Saturday branded Russia's presidency of the UN Security Council for the month of April "a slap in the face", joining a chorus of outrage from Western countries.Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said Russia's tenure was "a slap in the face to the international community".
A major storm system bore down on the US east coast on Saturday, after producing tornadoes and devastating winds across several central states that killed at least 11 people.As the system made its way to the US east coast on Saturday, several mid-Atlantic states were under high wind warnings.
Multiple wildfires that have ravaged northern Spain in recent days have subsided, largely thanks to improved weather conditions, authorities said on Saturday. In the Asturias region, where the blaze has ravaged 11,000 hectares (27,181 acres), 71 fires were still underway on Saturday, compared to over 90 the previous day.
"She did not get to die the way she wanted to ― and she suffered immensely because of it. We all did."
Climate activists in Italy turned a Baroque-style fountain at the foot of Rome's Spanish Steps black on Saturday, in a protest they said evoked an "end of the world" scenario.Turning the water black "foreshadows the 'end of the world' scenario we are heading for, as we increasingly step on the accelerator: drought alternating with devastating floods, which will put an end to life on Earth, along with heat waves," it said in a statement.
Jodi Habush Sinykin, a Democratic state Senate candidate, warns that Wisconsin is at a “tipping point.”
Trans people aren't just facing violent rhetoric but also legislation that would strip them of basic rights.
A tornado tore through the southern US state of Arkansas and killed three people on Friday, while severe storms further north in Illinois and Indiana left three dead, authorities said.A week ago, a tornado swept through the southern state of Mississippi, killing 25 people and causing extensive property damage.
With Trump’s indictment, it looks like the justice system is finally doing some justice.
Pakistan's year-on-year inflation hit 35.37 percent in March -- the highest in nearly five decades -- as the government scrambled to meet International Monetary Fund (IMF) conditions to unlock a desperately needed bailout. Month-on-month inflation was 3.72 percent, according to government data released Saturday, while the average inflation rate for the past year was 27.26 percent.
An independent commission investigating the 2014 disappearance of 43 Mexican students has accused the armed forces of deliberately withholding information about the case. The initial findings, which did not attribute responsibility to members of the armed forces, were rejected by relatives and independent experts.
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen arrived in Guatemala Friday on a visit to shore up ties with dwindling allies following a trip to the United States that angered China.Tsai arrived in Guatemala on Friday afternoon, where she was received with military honors and met by Foreign Minister Mario Bucaro.
The MSNBC anchor asked why Carlson would suggest that Fox News viewers hold on to their guns amid the former president's legal woes.
“That really sort of tells you something about where these folks’ heads are," said The New York Times reporter.
The lawyer of Suriname's former dictator Desi Bouterse called Friday for a court to acquit him of a 20-year sentence over the deaths of 15 political prisoners. The 77-year-old had already been sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2019, but he has been challenging that verdict and under Surinamese law cannot be arrested before he exhausts the appeals processes.
Rep. Andy Ogles, whose district includes the location of the school, has also faced backlash for a 2021 holiday photo showing his family holding firearms.
"They go after my father for what?" asked Eric Trump as he made a big suggestion about nondisclosure agreements.
Ocean advocates warned on Friday that the door may fly open for undersea mining in the near future in the absence of solid environmental rules that more and more nations demand.As two weeks of negotiations concluded Friday over possible environmental rules restricting large-scale mining of the seabed, NGOs voiced fear that industry may soon be given the green light.
From steering her country into NATO to headlines about partying, Sanna Marin is a modern, feminist leader who has nonetheless proved a polarising prime minister of Finland.Having deftly navigated Finland through the Covid-19 pandemic and led its historic NATO membership application process, Marin is the country's most popular prime minister this century, according to polls.
The giant skeletons of burnt and dismantled gold dredgers litter the rivers of northwest Colombia, where the government is waging a full-out war on illegal mining.Criminal groups in Colombia make almost as much money from illegal mining as they do from trafficking cocaine, authorities say.
Labor consultants have been a key ingredient in the company’s counter-campaign against labor unions.
Italy said on Friday it was temporarily blocking ChatGPT over data privacy concerns, becoming the first western country to take such action against the popular artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot.OpenAI said Friday that it has "disabled ChatGPT for users in Italy".
The bill would further limit discussions of sex education, gender identity and sexuality in public schools.
More than 70,000 people are without power in Arkansas after a powerful storm surge moved through the state.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Four major U.S. wireless carriers told the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) late on Friday they had agreed to some voluntary actions to address aviation safety concerns and allow full use of the C-Band wireless spectrum for 5G use. "These voluntary commitments will support full-power deployments across C-Band, and are crafted to minimize the operational impact on our C-Band operations," said the letter from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile US and UScellular filed with the FCC on Friday and seen by Reuters. The agreement follows extensive discussions with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and is a major step forward, allowing carriers to increase power levels to get to full C-Band use, according to the letter and people involved in the talks.