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Here are the latest developments in the war in Ukraine:
It's Tuesday in Burundi's biggest city, and every week just before sundown, crowds young and old huff and puff in lockstep as a coach shouts encouragement and blasts his whistle. These public sessions are a familiar scene across Bujumbura, and have played a part in restoring divisions following the country's violent upheaval in recent times.
China and Russia on Thursday vetoed a US-led bid at the United Nations to toughen sanctions on North Korea over its missile launches, laying bare divisions that Western envoys fear would be exploited by Pyongyang.
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.
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.
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.
Russian forces are closing in on several urban centres in east Ukraine, including the strategically located Severodonetsk and Lysychansk
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken called Thursday for vigorous competition with China to preserve the existing global order but said the United States did not seek a "Cold War."
As of Thursday, 3.3 million people had had ’fever’, while only 69 died, Pyongyang claims
Iranian police fired tear gas and warning shots to disperse protesters in the southwestern city of Abadan where a tower block collapse killed 28 people, local media reported on Saturday.
Enea Bastianini will hope to crown the return of spectators to his home Italian MotoGP on Sunday with victory and potentially go past defending champion and series leader Fabio Quartararo in the standings.
Court directs government to ensure sex worker who is victim of sexual assault gets all facilities available to other survivors
Vanuatu's parliament has declared a climate emergency, with the low-lying island nation's prime minister flagging a US$1.2 billion cost to cushion climate change's impacts on his country.
They appear at nightfall, dragging heavy carts from dustbin to dustbin in the affluent northern suburbs of the Colombian capital Bogota.
German judges and experts have arrived at the edge of a melting glacier high up in the Peruvian Andes to examine a complaint made by a local farmer who accuses energy giant RWE of threatening his home by contributing to global warming.
China's foreign ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin accuses US Secretary of State Antony Blinken of "smearing" the country, after Blinken delivered a speech calling for action to counter Beijing's influence. "Blinken's speech is verbose and full of schemes," Wenbin says.
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.
With military troops once again patrolling their ancestral lands, members of the Mapuche indigenous community in Chile's south are angry.
After a tycoon bromance, Italy's Silvio Berlusconi is struggling to break up with Russia's Vladimir Putin over the Ukraine war -- like many in his country, where ties with Moscow run deep.
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.