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Back in Colombia, Luis Diaz's family are dreaming of Champions League glory. His club, Liverpool, face Real Madrid in the final on Saturday May 28. As the country's first indigenous football star, his rise to the top is an inspiration to those following in his barefoot footsteps on the dirt pitches of Barrancas.
Bodies from a Rio de Janeiro police raid that left more than 20 alleged drug traffickers dead show signs of torture and summary execution, a senior lawyer said on Thursday, the latest incident of suspected police brutality to shock the South American nation.
In a tiny Texas town called Utopia, a sign at the entrance to its only school warns that staffers are packing guns -- a measure designed to prevent shootings like the one that left 19 kids and two teachers dead down the road in Uvalde.
‘It definitely goes down smooth,’ one drinker says
As of Thursday, 3.3 million people had had ’fever’, while only 69 died, Pyongyang claims
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky accuses Moscow of carrying out a "genocide" in the eastern Donbas region, where the city of Severodonetsk is under heavy Russian shelling. COMPLETES VID32B89EH_EN
They appear at nightfall, dragging heavy carts from dustbin to dustbin in the affluent northern suburbs of the Colombian capital Bogota.
The National Rifle Association is the central and fiercest promoter of gun rights in America, and is again holding its annual convention days after a mass school shooting.
Court directs government to ensure sex worker who is victim of sexual assault gets all facilities available to other survivors
The United States on Friday imposed fresh sanctions over North Korea's missile launches, including on two Russian banks, after Russia and China blocked action by the UN Security Council.
Samoa signed a bilateral agreement with China on Saturday, promising "greater collaboration" as Beijing's foreign minister continues a tour of the South Pacific that has sparked concern among Western allies.
Women have been managing their periods for millennia, but the way they do so has changed as menstruation has become more and less stigmatised over time.
Her novel Tomb of Sand follows the story of an 80-year-old woman after the death of her husband.
Russian forces are closing in on several urban centres in east Ukraine, including the strategically located Severodonetsk and Lysychansk
A critically endangered Sumatran elephant and its unborn baby were found dead from suspected poisoning in western Indonesia, a conservation official said on Thursday.
India's banks need to monitor the credit behaviour of restructured loans and the possibility of increased repayment slippages from sectors more exposed to the pandemic, the central bank said in a report on Friday. With the unwinding of support measures, some restructured accounts might face solvency concerns, with the impact on banks' balance sheets becoming clearer in the upcoming quarters, the Reserve Bank of India said in its annual report. "As the economy recovers and credit demand rises, banks will need to focus on supporting credit growth while being vigilant of the evolving risks," it said.
Fusako Shigenobu, the 76-year-old female founder of the once-feared Japanese Red Army, walked free from prison Saturday after completing a 20-year sentence for a 1974 embassy siege.
As the world faces a growing food crisis provoked by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, many have looked to South America's "breadbasket" -- major wheat producers Brazil and Argentina, along with Uruguay and Paraguay -- as a possible solution.
Russia should cooperate with the International Criminal Court's investigation into alleged war crimes carried out during Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, the tribunal's prosecutor told AFP on Friday.
DC restaurateur Mark Bucher has acted fast to help those in need during a a shortage of baby formula, sourcing 100,000 bottles of ready-to-drink formula and placing them in community fridges in and around Washington, DC through his hunger-fighting campaign, 'Feed the Fridge.' His team buys up formula from areas with a high population of senior citizens, and also buys product that is not eligible on food stamp programs, redistributing it for free. "These ready-to-drink bottles are not hard to get, they're just very expensive," he explains next to one of his fridge's at Glassmanor Community Center in Maryland. The fridges are also stocked with freshly-cooked meals, free for anyone in need to grab and go.