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Algeria pro-democracy movement leans toward Islamists

The pro-democracy Hirak movement in Algeria, which forced out President Abdelaziz Bouteflika from office in 2019, is becoming increasingly tied to the Rachad group,...

India asked to provide more vaccines to Africa

Third World countries are having difficulties getting enough COVID-19 vaccines, as initial distributions have favored wealthier nations. African CDC official John Nkengasong is speaking...

Background on the Iran nuclear talks

Negotiations have begun to bring the U.S. back into the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. How did the deal come about, why did the U.S....

U.S. threatens Lebanese politicians with sanctions

After months of political deadlock in Lebanon, U.S. undersecretary of state for political affairs David Hale warned Lebanese officials that U.S. and its allies...

Jobless claims decrease to lowest since pandemic

The economy continues to turn around as the effects of the pandemic diminish. Employers are adding jobs, the unemployment rate continues to decrease and...

A closer look at the Russia-Ukraine border conflict

Tensions between the two countries are back at high levels since Russia placed 41,000 troops near the border with eastern Ukraine a few days...

Canadian Parliament member caught naked on video session

In what has become a phenomenon due to COVID-19 lockdowns, people conducting business are getting caught not fully dressed during video conferencing meetings. The...

Explosives kill 1, injures 12 in Baghdad

A car laden with explosives blew up in Sadr City in Iraq, killing one person and injuring 12. The driver was killed. Iraq's president...

Russian opposition associate convicted of trespassing

Lyubov Sobol, a top associate of imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny, has been prosecuted in Russia for trespassing. She showed up at the home...

Oscars start to welcome the disabled as times change

Hollywood hasn't always treated the disabled well, but things may be changing as the Oscars welcome the disabled, including making the podium accessible for...

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Algeria pro-democracy movement leans toward Islamists

The pro-democracy Hirak movement in Algeria, which forced out President Abdelaziz Bouteflika from office in 2019, is becoming increasingly tied to the Rachad group,...

Israel-Morocco, historical richness and domestic challenges

Today, on Israel’s 73rd anniversary, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin hosted the traditional reception for the foreign heads of mission in Israel in his official...

India asked to provide more vaccines to Africa

Third World countries are having difficulties getting enough COVID-19 vaccines, as initial distributions have favored wealthier nations. African CDC official John Nkengasong is speaking...

Background on the Iran nuclear talks

Negotiations have begun to bring the U.S. back into the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. How did the deal come about, why did the U.S....

U.S. threatens Lebanese politicians with sanctions

After months of political deadlock in Lebanon, U.S. undersecretary of state for political affairs David Hale warned Lebanese officials that U.S. and its allies...
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