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In a weeklong trip to Ghana, Tanzania and Zambia, the vice president will face a balancing act as she tries to foster a collaborative U.S. relationship.
Also, Putins nuclear brinkmanship and a rift in the Israeli government.
Lawmakers worked at a frenzied pace to finalize the text of a proposal that would give the government greater control over the selection of Supreme Court judges.
Documenting the damage of last months earthquakes in Turkey.
The proposal from President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, talked of since last year, would be provocative without changing the Wests battlefield calculus.
As thousands of ex-prisoners fight and die in Ukraine, honoring their memory is becoming a patriotic imperative in Russia. But some committed crimes their old neighbors cannot forget.
Chinas one-child policy has led to too few women. Grooms are now paying more money for wives, in a tradition that has faced growing resistance.
The Central American country changed diplomatic recognition to Beijing, leaving 12 nations and the Vatican still recognizing Taiwan as a sovereign state.
A freer era of migration into Canada ended on Saturday when officials stopped accepting asylum petitions from people who walk in at unofficial crossings.
Yoav Gallant, who oversees Israels military, is the first minister in Benjamin Netanyahus government to criticize a plan to weaken the judiciary. His comments follow fears that weeks of unrest have undermined military capacity.
Illegal mines have fueled a humanitarian crisis for the Yanomami Indigenous group. Brazils new president is trying to fight back.
The most significant part of the law, a permanent version of a 2019 measure, may be its impact on the lay faithful, who will be more accountable for abuse.
Every spring, Jacarandas bloom in Mexico City, the colorful purple flowers a living legacy of a Japanese gardener.
The last season premieres tomorrow. Let the weeping and gnashing of teeth commence.
In a new bid to end the use of shell companies to hide crimes and avoid taxes, the federal government will require clear records of corporate ownership. Will provincial governments follow?
Doubts about both China and the United States are driving an arms race in the Indo-Pacific with echoes of World War II and new levels of risk.
The Western worlds oldest population is facing a crisis of caregivers. Some are looking for a little helping, plastic, hand.
The fighting for the city has been the most violent of recent months and does not appear to be letting up.
Paul Rusesabagina, a critic of Rwandas president, was tricked into entering the country, then sentenced to 25 years after what his supporters called a show trial.
People who would not be allowed anywhere near the battlefield in a U.S.-led war are active on the Ukrainian front, with ready access to American weaponry.
Both sides expect a Ukrainian offensive while the Bakhmut fight continues, but the head of the Wagner mercenary group said Russia must be clearer about its goals.
After ramming through a law raising the retirement age without a full parliamentary vote, the French president faces something approaching a constitutional crisis.
Opponents of pension overhaul, mostly young people, hold nightly wild protests, marked by vandalism, saying it is the only way to make their voices heard.
Despite Pentagon resistance, a bipartisan group stressed that Congress had voted to legalize support for the courts Ukraine war investigations.
Nicola Sturgeon said the practice, which was relatively common until the 1970s, was among the gravest injustices in Scottish history.
A deal on migration and turmoil in Haiti are likely to be two key talking points between the leaders of the neighboring countries.
A comic novel from the 1930s opens a window on days when what would become a dangerous political movement was seen as a silly hobby.
Paul Rusesabagina, whose story inspired a Hollywood movie, was kidnapped by the Rwandan government and jailed. In a deal brokered by the U.S. and Qatar, he is to be set free.
For 20 years, Marina Ovsyannikova worked for Russian state TV. What compelled her, shortly after Ukraine was invaded, to storm a live broadcast and tell viewers they were being lied to?
The expulsion of Rahul Gandhi is a devastating blow to the once-powerful Indian National Congress party. He and several other politicians are now in jeopardy through Indias legal system.
Chinas foreign ministry rebuffed claims made by U.S. lawmakers at a hearing on Thursday that TikTok could be a tool of surveillance for the Chinese government.
The country has been rocked by strikes and protests over the past week in response to a move by President Emmanuel Macron to push through an increase in the legal retirement age.
The tribunal issued an arrest warrant last week for President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia and is continuing to investigate other potential war crimes. Here is what were covering.
Gali Baharav-Miara said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu created a conflict of interest by saying he would become more involved in pushing for a judicial overhaul while on trial for corruption.
A federal judge spoke at Stanford Law School. Chaos ensued.
Its the latest clash over a river basin in New South Wales, Australia, in an arid land where social, economic and environmental interests collide over water issues.
War has forced Ukraine to become skilled at treating amputees, but there are too many for its overtaxed medical workers. Some are finding their way to a prosthetics clinic in Minnesota.
After multiple accounts of tourists behaving badly, its governor wants Russia and Ukraine to lose access to Indonesias visa-on-arrival program.
Five Chinese nationals were taken away last Monday, and the company, which does corporate investigations, and its law firm have been unable to contact them.
Sixteen young Montanans have sued their state, arguing that its support of fossil fuels violates the state Constitution.
Such a test would be a first for Kim Jong-uns weapons program. But there was no independent confirmation that it had happened.
Two exhibitions in Melbourne Radical Utopia and Melbourne Now trace the citys art and design from the 1980s to the present.
After a tip, The Times located a portrait of Donald Trump given to him by El Salvadors president and that Democrats were eager to account for. It was propped up in an obscure spot in a Trump hotel.
The bank released a significantly higher figure as European Union leaders approved plans toprovide Kyiv with one million artillery shells over the next 12 months.
Another similar ban by the council that oversees ice hockey shows the issue has not waned.
The United States had hoped that its neighbor would lead a major intervention, but Canada lacks resources and is skeptical of its value.
The deal allows both countries to turn away people who cross their borders without authorization at a time when migration has surged.
Also, a World Bank estimate on the cost to rebuild Ukraine and a prison sentence for Indias opposition leader.
China has been trying to build support for its proposal to start peace talks, but Ukraines allies hold that its call for an immediate cease-fire would only help Russia consolidate territorial gains.
The arrival of the aging MIG-29s is not expected to significantly change battlefield dynamics, and the planes will likely be used for spare parts for Ukraines own Soviet-era jets.