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Shares of debt-laden property developer China Evergrande Group have soared after they resumed trading in Hong Kong following a suspension last week.
Thousands of people have blocked highways across Guatemala in reaction to the attorney general’s office seizing vote tallies from electoral authorities over the weekend as part of ongoing investigations into accusations of voting fraud that observers say are politically motivated.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored his first goal in the Asian Champions League in Al-Nassr’s 3-1 win over Istiklol to shift attention back to soccer after an earlier match between Sepahan of Iran and Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ittihad was controversially canceled.
Banners purportedly from the Sinaloa cartel have appeared in northern Mexico claiming the gang has sworn off the sale and production of fentanyl.
When U.S. lawmakers approved a spending bill Saturday that averted a widely expected government shutdown, the measure didn’t include the $6 billion in military assistance that Ukraine said it urgently needed.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says that Andrés Roemer, a Mexican author, playwright and former diplomat, has been arrested in Israel and is awaiting extradition.
Defense department authorities say the remains of an Ohio sailor killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, have been identified.
Saudi state media say a Saudi soccer team has refused to play a match in Iran because of busts of a slain Iranian general placed on the sidelines.
Louis Vuitton dazzled Paris as the latest collection from women’s creative director Nicolas Ghesquière swirled epochs and emotions.
The Nobel Prize in Medicine has been awarded to two scientists whose work led to mRNA vaccines against COVID-19.
The Pentagon is warning Congress that it is running low on funding to replace weapons the U.S. has sent to Ukraine and has already been forced to slow down resupplying some troops.
National park officials in Canada say that a grizzly bear attack at a national park in western Canada has left two people dead, and that the bear later was killed by park rangers.
British media are reporting that a second British police force is looking into sexual offenses allegedly committed by actor and comedian Russell Brand.
Clergy sexual abuse survivors have unveiled a proposed new church law calling for the permanent removal of abusive priests and superiors who covered for them.
A court in Cambodia has barred three environmental activists from traveling to Sweden next month to receive the prestigious Right Livelihood Award.
Tuareg rebels in Mali say they have captured another military base from the army in the country’s north, as fighting intensifies.
Government officials say a new inspection has been ordered at the stadium that hosted the 2004 Athens Olympics after rust was found along the iconic arched roof.
Serbia’s top military officials say the army has reduced its troop presence near the border with Kosovo by nearly half, following follows reports from the U.S. and other governments of a mass military buildup.
Work has started on turning the house in Austria where Adolf Hitler was born in 1889 into a police station.
A new museum exhibition in Paris focuses on the last months of Dutch master Vincent van Gogh before he shot himself in 1890.
Two-time Ballon d’Or winner Alexia Putellas and two of her teammates on Spain’s women’s national team have appeared before a judge as witnesses in the investigation of former soccer federation president Luis Rubiales for kissing a player on the lips.
Typhoon Koinu has has strengthened while approaching Taiwan. Meteorologists on the island say the storm is expanding in size and is expected to make landfall in Taiwan by Thursday morning.
Police and rebels say that five Papuan independence fighters were killed in a clash between security forces and a rebel group in Indonesia’s restive Papua region.
Pakistan has launched its second nationwide anti-polio campaign of the year Monday in an effort to inoculate 44 million children under the age of 5.
King Felipe VI has begun a new round of talks with Spanish political party leaders with a view to choosing the person in the best position to gather enough support in Parliament to form a government.
More than 300 forest and peatland fires on Indonesia’s Sumatra island are causing hazy skies across the region, prompting government officials to ask people to work from home.
The Council of Europe’s anti-corruption group says Cyprus needs to hold those at the highest echelons of executive power and law enforcement more accountable to counter an overwhelming public perception of widespread corruption.
European captain Luke Donald was delivering his Ryder Cup victory speech at Marco Simone when his celebrating players standing beside him started a chant that quickly swept through the grandstands.
Britain’s Treasury chief has announced a hike in the national minimum wage. Jeremy Hunt said at the governing Conservative Party’s annual conference on Monday that the hourly rate for workers 23 and older will rise in April from 10.42 pounds, or $12.70, to at least 11 pounds, about $13.40.
Tropical Storm Philippe has made landfall in the tiny island of Barbuda as it unleashes heavy rains and flash floods in the northeast Caribbean. The U.S.