DHAKA,Bangladesh (AP) — A fire at a six-story shopping mall in the Bangladeshi capital overnight killed at least 43 people and injured dozens of others, the health minister said Friday. Health Minister Samanta Lal Sen said the fire broke out late Thursday in the building... Read More.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Heavy gunfire paralyzed Haiti’s capital Thursday as a powerful gang leader announced that he will try to capture the country’s police chief and government ministers. The move came during the absence of Prime Minister Ariel Henry, who is in Kenya trying... Read More.
Mar 1 (Reuters) – French journalist Antoine Galindo was released by Ethiopian police on Thursday after a week, his employer said. He was arrested last Thursday while on assignment in the country’s capital Addis Ababa on charges of “conspiracy to... Read More.
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said on Friday he supported the spy chief’s decision not to name a former politician who had “sold out” to a foreign intelligence service. Director-general of security for the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation... Read More.
(Reuters) -Brian Mulroney, the former Canadian prime minister who struck a free trade deal with the U.S. but whose legacy was marred by revelations of improper business dealings with an arms dealer, has died. Mulroney died peacefully surrounded by family, his daughter Caroline Mulroney posted... Read More.
By Jake Spring (Reuters) – The world likely notched its warmest February on record, as spring-like conditions caused flowers to bloom early from Japan to Mexico, left ski slopes bald of snow in Europe and pushed temperatures to 100 degrees Fahrenheit... Read More.
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny will be buried in Moscow later on Friday amid tight security and fears of a police crackdown two weeks after he suddenly died at the age of 47 in an Arctic penal... Read More.
(Reuters) -A massive fire raced through a six-storey building in Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka late on Thursday, killing at least 43 people and injuring dozens, the country’s health minister said. The fire originated in a restaurant and quickly spread to other floors. At least 43 people... Read More.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — The flow of thousands of migrants daily through the treacherous migratory highway, the Darien Gap, has been cut off following the capture of a number of boat captains who had been ferrying the migrants to the starting point of their... Read More.
OFER PRISON, West Bank (AP) — A U.S. citizen who was dragged out of her home and detained by Israeli authorities for over three weeks was released on bail Thursday to wait out the remainder of her trial in the West Bank, the latest... Read More.