Saturday, 25th March 2023
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20 Feb
US President Joe Biden on Monday made a surprise trip to Kyiv, promising increased arms deliveries for Ukraine and unflagging support ahead of the first anniversary of Russia's invasion of the country.
20 Feb
One of Vietnam's largest shoe manufacturers for major brands such as Nike and Adidas will cut thousands of workers at the end of the month due to a slump in orders, according to local authorities.
20 Feb
Flooding and landslides triggered by torrential rain in Brazil claimed at least 36 lives on Carnival weekend in southeast Sao Paulo state, authorities said Sunday.
19 Feb
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in Turkey on Sunday to show support to the earthquake-hit country and NATO ally which has had tumultuous ties with Washington.
18 Feb
Six people were killed Friday in a shooting rampage in a rural area of the southern US state of Mississippi, local media reported.
17 Feb
Lawyers for five officers said they pleaded "not guilty" Friday to charges they murdered Tyre Nichols, a young Black man who died after a police beating last month in the US city of Memphis, Tennessee.
17 Feb
President Joe Biden was declared "fit for duty" by his doctor Thursday after the final annual medical check-up before he is expected to declare he's running for re-election in 2024, when he will be 82.
17 Feb
The man accused of killing seven people and injuring another by opening fire on mushroom farms in northern California pleaded not guilty on Thursday, reports said.
15 Feb
Twitter boss Elon Musk said Wednesday that a new CEO might be running the online platform by the end of 2023, after a "rollercoaster" since he took full ownership last year.
14 Feb
The US Senate on Tuesday confirmed the 100th federal judge appointed by Joe Biden, as the president attempts to dilute the impact his predecessor Donald Trump had on the courts.
13 Feb
The White House on Monday denied Beijing's accusation that the United States has been sending balloons over China to conduct surveillance, as tensions about espionage rise between the two superpowers.
11 Feb
Death toll in Peru mudslides rises to 18 Peruvian authorities on Friday said the death toll from devastating mudslides in the country's southern and central regions has climbed to 18, including three children. The landslides, which occurred last Sunday, have also left 27 people injured and 20 missing, according to data from Peru's National Institute…


33 mins ago
Non-cash payments handled by Chinese banks continued stable expansion in 2022, with electronic payments sustaining growth momentum, a central bank report said.
51 mins ago
Midfielder Alex Iwobi says the Super Eagles are eager to redeem their image in their reverse fixture against the Wild Dogs of Guinea Bissau on Monday.
1 hour ago
An anonymous emergency telephone call on Friday led authorities to halt a train that contained a group of "suffocating" migrants, two of whom were dead, police in Texas said. The US Border Patrol stopped the train east of Knippa, a small community in southern Texas near the city of San Antonio, police said. "Approximately 15…
1 hour ago
The death toll from retaliatory US strikes on Iran-linked groups in Syria following a deadly drone attack has risen to 19, a war monitor said Saturday, as Washington insisted it is not seeking conflict with Tehran. Further rocket attacks by Iran-backed militias took place late Friday, prompting more strikes by coalition warplanes, the Syrian Observatory…
2 hours ago
Violent pension reform protests in France led to the postponement Friday of King Charles III's trip to the country, highlighting the growing security and political problems faced by President Emmanuel Macron. The French president condemned the latest burst of violence overnight, while a human rights watchdog criticised the "excessive use of force" by police during…