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World - Africa
5/31/2023 2:10:45 PM
Zimbabwe’s foreign ministry has summoned the United States deputy ambassador over a series of tweets the embassy sent calling for a peaceful election in a country that has a history of violent and disputed votes.

World - Region
5/27/2023 8:37:01 PM
Iraqi Kurdish leaders on Saturday denounced amendments over oil in the draft federal budget, delaying a parliamentary vote more than two months after legislators received the budget plan.

World - Region
5/24/2023 10:30:11 PM
Saudi Arabia and Canada will restore full diplomatic relations, the kingdom said Wednesday, following a 2018 dispute over human rights that saw Riyadh expel Ottawa's ambassador and freeze new trade.

World - Region
5/23/2023 6:49:45 PM
A Turkish strike in northern Iraq killed three Yazidi militiamen and wounded three others on Tuesday, regional officials said. A local official affiliated with the militia disputed that account, saying none of its fighters were killed, but that a shepherd died in the Turkish drone strike.

World - War in Ukraine
5/21/2023 6:08:54 PM
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy huddled with some of his biggest backers as the Group of Seven summits closed in Hiroshima on Sunday, building momentum for his country's war effort even as Russia claimed a battlefield victory that was quickly disputed by Ukraine.

World - International
5/17/2023 10:51:55 PM
The foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan are set to meet in Moscow on Friday for talks on resolving a decades-long territorial dispute, Russia said.

Arts & Culture - Music
5/17/2023 2:05:13 PM
​Elvis Presley's widow Priscilla Presley has reached a settlement over their late daughter's fortune, her lawyer said Tuesday, after she had disputed an amendment removing her from the will.

Sports - World
5/10/2023 9:17:44 PM
The hardcore “ultra” fans of Paris Saint-Germain plan to boycott the team's matches until further notice amid growing tensions with the club’s direction.

World - Africa
5/2/2023 11:58:41 AM
A bodyguard shot and killed a government minister in Uganda early Tuesday in an apparent private dispute, according to local media.

World - International
5/1/2023 8:39:46 PM
The United States hosted negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan on Monday, seeking to quell recent tension over the disputed enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh.

World - International
4/30/2023 12:21:59 PM
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos left Manila on Sunday for a visit to the United States as he seeks to bolster ties with Washington amid growing tensions with China in the disputed South China Sea.

World - International
4/29/2023 10:09:10 PM
The US called on China Saturday to stop its "provocative and unsafe conduct" in the disputed South China Sea, after a Chinese coast guard ship recently cut off a Philippine patrol vessel there, causing a near-collision.

Analysis -
4/14/2023 7:57:46 PM
In an unprecedented development that poses a serious threat to Sudan's peace and stability, the dispute between the leaderships of the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) escalated in recent days - with both sides mobilising their military forces.

World - Africa
4/13/2023 11:05:24 PM
Forces from Ethiopia’s Amhara region have displaced tens of thousands of ethnic Tigrayans from disputed territory in the north of the country in recent weeks despite a peace deal agreed late last year, according to aid workers and internal agency documents seen by the AP.

World - Region
4/11/2023 9:23:13 PM
Greece said Tuesday it would welcome expanded cooperation with Turkey after both countries hold elections next month, including on energy issues that have been at the heart of decades-old disputes.

World - International
4/4/2023 7:15:56 PM
NATO members Turkey and Greece can resolve their disputes through peaceful means and dialogue, Turkey’s defense minister said after talks with his Greek counterpart Tuesday, in the latest sign of easing tensions between the rival neighbors.

World - International
4/3/2023 1:40:28 PM
The Philippines announced Monday the location of four additional military bases to be used by US troops, with one site near the hotly disputed South China Sea and another not far from Taiwan.

World - International
3/30/2023 7:22:12 PM
Greece’s defense minister announced Thursday that he will travel to neighboring Turkey next week as part of an effort to ease tension between the two NATO members, which have long-standing and often volatile disputes.

World - Region
3/30/2023 11:55:38 AM
The United Nations' highest court is set to rule Thursday in a case filed by Iran against the United States over frozen Iranian assets worth some $2 billion that the U.S. Supreme Court awarded to victims of a 1983 bombing in Lebanon and other attacks linked to Tehran.

World - Region
3/26/2023 7:26:55 PM
Authorities in Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan region announced on Sunday a November date for legislative elections which had been postponed by a year due to disputes between two major parties.

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