French PM says no dice on pension age as strikes loom
About 50 protesters gathered Friday night in Memphis, in the southern United States, demanding justice after a video was released showing police violently arresting Tyre Nichols, a young Black man who died a few days after the incident.
At Ukraine front, embattled Bakhmut residents desperate for water
'Fierce' battle in Ukraine for Vugledar near Donetsk
All eyes on turnout as Tunisia votes again after boycott
EU imposes new sanctions on Iran over protest crackdown
US designates Russia's Wagner military group an intl 'criminal organization'
'We can't wait!': Jubilant Chinese head home for Lunar New Year
France gears up for 'hellish' day of pension protests
The owner of China-based cryptocurrency exchange Bitzlato was arrested in Miami on Wednesday, along with five associates in Europe.
At Davos, Saudi Arabia says curbing oil dependency a priority
45 dead, 20 missing as Ukraine ends tower block search
Ukraine ends search at missile-hit tower block
Greece's last king Constantine laid to rest at former royal cemetery
China's Tencent fires more than 100 for fraud, embezzlement
Royals gather for funeral of Greece's last king Constantine
Japan PM tells Biden that new era requires more military muscle
Delta Air Lines on Friday reported better-than-expected results in the final months of 2022, helped by strong consumer demand, although it expects labor costs to weigh on first-quarter profits this year.
The US Treasury Department said Friday it will likely begin "extraordinary measures" next week to prevent a default on government debt, setting up a high-stakes showdown in Congress over raising the nation's borrowing limit.
Suez Canal maritime traffic was "normal" Monday after a cargo vessel carrying Ukrainian grain ran aground but was then towed away, said the Egyptian authority running the vital waterway.
Second coming of once-banned conspiracy theorists after Twitter amnesty
Tech at CES shows how farmers can save time, money and the environment
High-profile flops fill gallery at CES gadget fest
Myanmar junta marks Independence Day with show of force
Waste not want not: Santiago's poorest district plants recycling seed
The German theologian, who died on Saturday aged 95, led the Catholic Church for eight years before becoming the first pope in six centuries to step down in 2013.
Catholic controversy over two popes in the Vatican
Myanmar's Suu Kyi convicted of corruption, jailed for 7 years
Myanmar's Suu Kyi to hear final verdicts from junta court
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