Queen Elizabeth II died of 'old age': death certificate
Crowds build for reopening of Windsor Castle
Finland closing border to Russians with EU tourist visas
Divisive nationalism has dominated campaigning for Bosnia's presidential and parliamentary elections on Oct.
In a dry river bed in Kenya's arid northwest, pastoralists dig ever-deeper pits in an anxious search for water, as the region suffers its worst drought in 40 years, which has wiped out livestock and crops, deepening a hunger crisis.
Finland said on Thursday it would close its border to Russian tourists at midnight, shutting off the last remaining direct land route to the European Union for them as thousands of Russians seek to avoid conscription into the war in Ukraine.
Iran targets celebrities, media over Mahsa Amini protests
BBC to cut hundreds of jobs at World Service
The incident took place Wednesday in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, the police said.
Cuba had restored power to some neighborhoods of the capital Havana by early on Thursday, according to Reuters witnesses and official reports, but vast swaths of the Caribbean island nation still remained in the dark following the passage of Hurricane Ian.
Vadym Boichenko, Mayor of Russian-occupied Mariupol, warned that the Russian army could mobilize about 10,000 residents and urged the city's male population to flee.
The child was admitted to the Maternal and Child Hospital in Nigeria over cough and catarrh.
Kremlin announces Ukraine annexation ceremony for Friday
"(H)eart health for everyone is a fundamental human right and a crucial element of global health justice.": World Heart Federation.
Czech police chasing a vanload of migrants fired warning shots on Thursday as they began checks on the border with Slovakia to combat a sharp rise in people, mostly Syrians, heading illegally to western Europe.
The specter of hunger hangs over Brazil's presidential race this year like few before it.
Iran arrests reporter who covered Amini funeral: lawyer