South Africa reopens to foreign travelers amid virus creep

JOHANNESBURG — In an effort to revive its tourism industry, South Africa has opened up.

Greek hospital workers demand more hirings in pandemic

Dozens of hospital workers have held protests at hospitals in Greece, demanding more medical staff.

UK economy bounces back in summer but faces wintry chills

The British economy remained nearly 10% smaller at the end of the third quarter despite.

Australia to prosecute troops for war crimes in Afghanistan

Australia is forming a new investigative agency to build criminal cases against Australian special forces.

A top rebel leader surrenders to Indian army in northeast

India’s army says a top insurgent leader and four of his fighters operating along India’s.

Typhoon-ravaged northeast Philippines pummeled by new storm

A typhoon has swelled rivers and flooded low-lying areas as it passed over the storm-battered.

Ivory Coast president meets opposition leader amid tensions

Ivory Coast opposition leader Henri Konan Bedie met with President Alassane Ouattara Wednesday after contesting.

Sweden to ban sale of alcohol after 10pm to curb COVID-19

Sweden’s prime minister says his government is planning to present a law proposal that would,.

Car crashes into London police station, no injuries reported

London police said a man was arrested after a car crashed into a police station.

5 dead, 111 rescued in Mediterranean migrant shipwreck

A Spanish humanitarian group says five people have died after a Europe-bound rubber boat carrying.

UN agency: Iran continues to stockpile, enrich uranium

Iran continues to increase its stockpile of low-enriched uranium far beyond the limits set in.

Clashes at Poland’s Independence Day far-right march

Far-right supporters in Poland have clashed with police during an annual Independence Day march in.

Military-backed party rejects Myanmar election as unfair

Myanmar’s military-backed main opposition party says it is rejecting the results of last weekend’s general.

Fire burns tents, structures in Greek refugee camp

A fire has burnt through tents and some structures in a refugee camp on the.

Bahrain’s long-serving prime minister dies at age 84

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Bahrain’s Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, one of the.

Hong Kong disqualifies 4 pro-democracy legislators

Hong Kong has moved to disqualify four pro-democracy legislators, which may prompt others to resign.

Belize electing new government amid rising coronavirus cases

Belizeans are going to the polls Wednesday to elect a new government amid concerns over.

Falklands to be landmine free nearly 40 years after war

Britain’s Foreign Office says the Falklands will soon be landmine free, almost 40 years after.

Calls to punish police who fired at Mexico women’s protest

Authorities in the Mexican resort of Cancun have vowed to punish police who fired into.

Vatican faults others for McCarrick’s rise, spares Francis

ROME — A Vatican investigation into former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick found that bishops, cardinals and.

Polish cardinal chastised by Vatican unconscious in hospital

Polish media report that a prominent Polish cardinal recently sanctioned by the Vatican is hospitalized.

UN: 13 Europe-bound migrants killed in shipwreck off Libya

The U.N. migration agency says at least 13 Europe-bound African migrants drowned in the Mediterranean.

EU negotiators clinch deal on huge budget, coronavirus plan

European Union negotiators have sealed a deal on the bloc’s next seven-year budget and a.

Belarus nuclear plant stops power output soon after opening

Belarus’ first nuclear power plant stopped generating electricity the day after it was formally opened.

UK nurse re-arrested on suspicion of murder in baby deaths

Police say a British nurse has been arrested for the third time in relation to.



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