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22 Indian security members killed in Maoist attack: government official

<p>I am talking, of course, about plastic pollution.</p><p>Dr. Shanna Swan, a professor of environmental medicine and public health at Mount Sinai school of medicine in New York City, has a new book out called...

WATCH: Cops on horseback charge Brussels April Fool’s Day ‘party’ crowd

Police on horseback and using water cannon charged a crowd of up to 2,000 people gathered in a Brussels park on Friday for a fake concert announced on social media as an April Fool's...

‘Welcome home, Tony’: A French-raised top US diplomat in Paris

For the first visit by a top official from President Joe Biden's administration, France got not only a top diplomat committed to Europe but one who considers Paris a second home.Secretary of State Antony...

Analysis: Tesla brand threatened by Musk harassment claim, criticism of Democrats

By Hyunjoo Jin and Paul Lienert (Reuters) - Elon Musk has made a name for himself and Tesla by breaking the rules, but the billionaire's latest comments on politics and a claim of sexual harassment...

Star wars: Russians turn to astrologers amid Ukraine conflict

Will there be nuclear war? Will Russia win the Ukraine offensive? Will my son survive?As the Kremlin presses ahead with its military intervention in the pro-Western country, more and more Russians are turning to...

Tokyo Olympic torch relay stirs mixed emotions ahead of its Fukushima start

<p>"Whether it be falsehoods about the Covid-19 vaccine or debunked claims of election fraud, these online platforms have allowed misinformation to spread, intensifying national crises with real-life, grim consequences for public health and safety,"...

Iran mourners flock to Mahsa Amini grave despite crackdown

Iranian mourners gathered Wednesday at the grave of Mahsa Amini to mark 40 days since her death, defying heightened security measures as part of a bloody crackdown on women-led protests."Woman, life, freedom" and "Death...

Luxury yacht owned by sanctioned Russian oligarch docked in Hong Kong

“The monkeypox virus. The outbreak.” “Well, I'm embarrassed to tell you, I don't even know that,” Inhofe, who’s retiring, admitted.Inhofe’s likely not alone. The word ‘monkeypox’ itself, terrible as it may be, has been...

French PM Borne backs enshrining abortion rights in constitution

By Nicolas Delame and Mimosa Spencer PARIS (Reuters) - French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne said on Saturday she is backing a parliamentary bill to add abortion rights to the country's constitution. The move comes after the...

With new cardinals, pope puts stamp on Church future

The Republican Party long ago slipped under the sheets with the religious right to become bedfellows in the culture wars, encouraging bigots, misogynists and Christian zealots to insist that others live by their morals...