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This elderly man with Alzheimer’s killed his granddaughter. He says he doesn’t remember

This elderly man with Alzheimer’s killed his granddaughter. He says he doesn’t remember

  Tokyo – It began as a family argument and ended in tragedy — a teenage girl stabbed to death by her elderly grandfather in… Read More ›

Head of House panel probing Capitol riot warns conspiracy behind violence ‘not over’

Head of House panel probing Capitol riot warns conspiracy behind violence ‘not over’

Rep. Bennie Thompson will open first January 6 committee hearing by clarifying that panel’s work is about more than looking backward, as US democracy ‘remains… Read More ›

Two Britons and a Moroccan sentenced to death by pro-Russian court in separatist part of Ukraine

Two Britons and a Moroccan sentenced to death by pro-Russian court in separatist part of Ukraine

  A court in the pro-Russian, self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) sentenced three foreigners to death on Thursday, after accusing them of being “mercenaries” for… Read More ›

UN nuclear watchdog censures Iran for not cooperating with inspectors

UN nuclear watchdog censures Iran for not cooperating with inspectors

Bennett applauds motion brought by US, Britain, France and Germany as exposing Iran’s ‘true face’; Russia and China oppose resolution   The UN nuclear watchdog… Read More ›

OZ Wins PA Senate Primary Ahead Of Showdown With Fetterman

OZ Wins PA Senate Primary Ahead Of Showdown With Fetterman

  HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Dr. Mehmet Oz, the celebrity heart surgeon endorsed by former President Donald Trump, won Pennsylvania’s Republican U.S. Senate primary on… Read More ›

Traitor or hero? Ukraine finds it tough to identify Russian collaborators

Traitor or hero? Ukraine finds it tough to identify Russian collaborators

  A reckoning is underway in Ukraine, with prosecutors building dozens of cases against Ukrainians accused of collaborating with Russian forces. The Interior Ministry says… Read More ›

US, UK, France and Germany submit motion censuring Iran to UN nuclear watchdog

US, UK, France and Germany submit motion censuring Iran to UN nuclear watchdog

Resolution urging Tehran to fully cooperate with IAEA a sign of growing Western impatience; but measure is largely symbolic and unlikely to impact long-frozen talks… Read More ›

Singapore’s dengue ’emergency’ is a climate change omen for the world

Singapore’s dengue ’emergency’ is a climate change omen for the world

  Singapore says it is facing a dengue “emergency” as it grapples with an outbreak of the seasonal disease that has come unusually early this… Read More ›

US takes action against two private planes owned by Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich

US takes action against two private planes owned by Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich

  A US judge approved the seizure of two of Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich’s private planes, valued at more than $400 million, for violating US… Read More ›

Envoy Says US, Allies Preparing For N. Korean Nuclear Test

Envoy Says US, Allies Preparing For N. Korean Nuclear Test

  SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — President Joe Biden’s special envoy for North Korea said Friday the United States is “preparing for all contingencies” in… Read More ›

Ukraine’s hopes of reaching this year’s World Cup end with defeat against Wales

Ukraine’s hopes of reaching this year’s World Cup end with defeat against Wales

  Cardiff City Stadium, Wales – It is on occasions such as this that sport’s significance and insignificance are highlighted in equal measure. Ukraine has… Read More ›

Ukraine military intelligence claims Russia dependent on western tech

Ukraine military intelligence claims Russia dependent on western tech

The GUR said US-made electronics were found in Russian Pantsir air defense systems, Ka-52 Alligator attack helicopters and Kh-101 cruise missiles.   The Main Directorate… Read More ›

Analysis: How long can Ukraine keep fighting as its troop losses mount?

Analysis: How long can Ukraine keep fighting as its troop losses mount?

Relentless Russian artillery barrages are causing major losses in east, with Zelensky saying country is now losing 60 to 100 soldiers each day in combat… Read More ›

China launches third crewed mission to new space station

China launches third crewed mission to new space station

  China successfully launched another manned mission to its new space station on Sunday, sending three astronauts who will continue construction work for six months,… Read More ›

Multiple people shot in Wisconsin funeral, police say there are victims

Multiple people shot in Wisconsin funeral, police say there are victims

Area residents said they heard 20 to 30 shots.   Multiple people were shot during a funeral in southeast Wisconsin on Thursday, police said. The… Read More ›

US confirms military hackers have conducted cyber operations in support of Ukraine

US confirms military hackers have conducted cyber operations in support of Ukraine

Washington – Cyber Command, the US military’s hacking unit, has conducted offensive cyber operations in support of Ukraine as it defends itself against Russia’s invasion,… Read More ›

Four dead, including gunman, in Oklahoma hospital campus shooting, police say

Four dead, including gunman, in Oklahoma hospital campus shooting, police say

  Four people were killed, including a gunman, and multiple others were wounded in a shooting on Wednesday on a hospital campus in Tulsa, Oklahoma,… Read More ›

Complaint: McDonald’s Knowingly Served Muslim Family Bacon

Complaint: McDonald’s Knowingly Served Muslim Family Bacon

BOSTON (AP) — Workers at a McDonald’s restaurant in Massachusetts intentionally put bacon on a fish sandwich that a Muslim woman had ordered for one… Read More ›

Analysis: Serbia’s gas deal with Putin has created a fresh headache for Europe

Analysis: Serbia’s gas deal with Putin has created a fresh headache for Europe

On Sunday, Serbia’s president Aleksandar Vucic announced that his country had agreed to a new three-year gas supply deal with Russia’s state energy provider, Gazprom.… Read More ›

The EU’s Russian oil ban is a big achievement, but the limits of Western unity will face further tests down the road

The EU’s Russian oil ban is a big achievement, but the limits of Western unity will face further tests down the road

London – The European Union’s historic agreement to ban the vast majority of imports of Russian oil by the end of the year is without… Read More ›