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The panting Ukrainian soldier gripping a Kalashnikov with fear blazing in his eyes had not moved a step from his roadside ditch for five hours.
Lebanese law student Charbel Chaaya spent the election campaign distributing flyers in Beirut and trying to convince his parents to vote for independents to shake the grip of established parties.
President Joe Biden said on Tuesday there was no change to a U.S. policy of "strategic ambiguity" on Taiwan, a day after he angered China by saying he would be willing to use force to defend the democratic island. The issue of Taiwan loomed over a meeting in Tokyo of leaders of the Quad grouping of the United States, Japan, Australia and India, who stressed their determination to ensure a free and open Indo-Pacific region in the face of an increasingly assertive China - although Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said the group was not aimed at any one country.
One person is suspected to have died after an heart attack after jumping into the sea
The famed river bridges of the Iranian city of Isfahan are a beloved tourist draw -- but much of the time their stone arches span just sand and rocks, not water.
There will be an “adverse impact” on the prices of chicken and related products in Singapore, the Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE) said.
The UK's chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan last year showed "systemic failures of leadership, planning and preparation", according to a scathing inquiry by MPs published on Tuesday.
Races must always have winners. But this EPL title race, thankfully, had no losers with two extremely likeable challengers, says Neil Humphreys.
Joint statement lays out unified opposition to North Korean belligerence
Here are the latest developments in the war in Ukraine:
Among the cities now actively promoting cycling as a mode of transport and a leisure activity is Rotterdam in the Netherlands. In fact, the city sets an example at European level, along with Amsterdam, of course. The aim of the municipality is above all to create a more harmonious and pleasant city to live in, and this is achieved by promoting softer modes of transport, starting with cycling.
The head of Ukraine's poker federation Sergey Eifimenko says it is "hard morally to play poker" with "Russian bombs falling" but the two-time defending champions will aim to do their country proud at the Nations Cup this week.
Three rescued loggerhead turtles are released into the Mediterranean off the Tunisian coastal city of Sfax, one, named Marwa, with a tracking beacon glued to its shell to help researchers better protect the threatened species.
Monkeypox has caught the attention of US President Joe Biden, who said Sunday that people should be on guard against the disease which has the potential for "consequential" impact, if it were to spread further.
Hundreds of refugees on Sunday celebrated Vyshyvanka Day, an annual celebration of Ukrainian folk traditions, by wearing embroidered shirts and parading through Athens, in a show of national unity in the face of Russia's invasion.
The sisters reportedly wanted to divorce their husbands and marry others in Spain
UN special envoy Geir Pedersen on Sunday welcomed a general amnesty aimed at freeing thousands of Syrians convicted on terrorism charges.
Efforts are on to restore communications in Haflong in Assam, which saw widespread destruction earlier this week
Hundreds of protesters demonstrated in Madrid on Sunday against tarnished former king Juan Carlos I, whose visit to Spain after almost two years of self-imposed exile in the UAE has sparked criticism.
India's Oil Minister Hardeep Singh Puri told the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday that a crude oil price of $110 a barrel was not sustainable, as the world faces an energy price crisis which is contributing to rising global inflation. Oil prices have surged this year, with Brent crude hitting $139 a barrel in March for its highest price since 2008, after Russia's invasion of Ukraine exacerbated supply concerns. As countries around the world struggle with the impact of inflation on disposable income, India's Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal said on the same WEF panel that food inflation in the South Asian country was at a "manageable level".