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AP Exclusive: Drone footage of collapsed dam shows devastation, no evidence to back Russian claims

Exclusive drone footage of the collapsed Ukrainian dam and surrounding villages under Russian occupation showed the ruined structure falling into the flooded river, hundreds of submerged homes, greenhouses, even a church Learn More


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Russia shells Ukrainian city inundated by dam collapse after Zelenskyy visits area

Ukrainian officials say Russian forces have shelled a southern Ukrainian city that was inundated in a catastrophic dam collapse More »


Haitians are dying of thirst and starvation in severely overcrowded jails

Haiti’s inmates are thirsty and starving in severely overcrowded jails, many forced to sleep standing up More »


4 very young children critically wounded in knife attack in French Alpine town

A man with a knife has stabbed four young children at a lakeside park in the French Alps, assaulting at least one in a stroller repeatedly More »


Flashpoint in Israel: Divide between religious and secular Jews heats up under Netanyahu’s rule

Tensions have been rising between Israel’s religious and secular Jews since Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s new government took office last December More »


Here comes El Nino: It's early, likely to be big, sloppy and add even more heat to a warming world

After months of gradually warming sea surface temperatures in the tropical Pacific Ocean, NOAA officially issued an El Nino advisory Thursday and stated that this one might be different than the others More »


Deluge from ruptured Ukrainian dam is latest tragedy for Kherson residents since Russian invasion

Defiant as ever, many residents of the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson who faced months of Russian occupation followed by months of Russian shelling are sticking it out after floodwaters from a ruptured dam upstream on the Dnieper River gushed through their streets and homes More »


Opposition coalition wins majority in Guinea-Bissau parliament

A coalition of opposition parties has won a majority of seats in Guinea Bissau’s parliament More »


South Korean inquiry to look into 237 more foreign adoptions suspected to have laundered origins

South Korea's Truth and Reconciliation Commission will investigate 237 more cases of South Korean adoptees who suspect their family origins were manipulated to facilitate their adoptions in Europe and the United States More »


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