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‘Asking for oil is simply wrong’: White House press secretary
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said two senior US officials visited Saudi Arabia this week to “review engagement” on “energy security,” and not to ask for an inc...
Texas shooting: Police change key details as criticism mounts
Police in Texas have revised key details about Tuesday's deadly school shooting as criticism mounts from parents over the initial response.
Populism, desire for change mark Colombia’s presidential vote
Colombians will head to the polls on May 29 to elect their next president after an often heated and divisive campaign.
Pressure to make arrests as El Salvador extends gang crackdown
Police, military and judicial system face pressure to implement mass arrest and incarceration policy, experts say.
Brazil once wiped away preventable diseases. They’re coming back
Brazil once wiped away preventable diseases. Why are they coming back?
Pellet gun recovered after Toronto police shoot dead man ‘carrying rifle’
Five local schools were placed under lockdown after several 911 calls about a man walking with a rifle in Canadian city
Canada supreme court rules life without chance of parole is ‘cruel’ and illegal
Decision setting parole eligibility at 25 years could give hope to at least 18 mass killers serving multiple life sentences
Black history: Can school curriculum help curb racism?
A generation could be changed with the right education and representation in schools, a woman who felt "traumatised" by her school days has said.
WHO: Nearly 200 cases of monkeypox reported in more than 20 countries
The World Health Organization says nearly 200 cases of monkeypox have been reported in more than 20 countries not usually known to have outbreaks of the unusual disease, but des...
Moscow says west has declared ‘total war’ on Russia
Russia’s foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, has accused western countries of waging a “total war” on Russia and its people and culture.
Sudan women’s activist wins human rights prize
Sudanese women’s activist Amira Osman Hamed has won a Front Line Defenders Award for Human Rights Defenders at Risk, the organization announced.
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