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Liz Truss named as Britain’s next prime minister

Liz Truss was named as Britain's next prime minister on Monday, winning a leadership race for the governing Conservative party at a time when...

Fuel leak disrupts NASA’s 2nd attempt to launch Artemis 1 moon mission

NASA's new moon rocket sprang another hazardous leak Saturday, as the launch team began fueling it for liftoff on a test flight that must...

Indonesia hikes fuel prices as “government’s last option”

Indonesia has raised subsidised fuel prices by about 30 percent on Saturday, top officials said, as the government moves to rein in ballooning subsidies...

Russia scraps deadline to resume gas flows to Europe via Nord Stream pipeline worsening crisis

Russia has scrapped a Saturday deadline to resume gas flows via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline, one of the main supply routes to Europe,...

‘They thrive on chaos’

US President Joe Biden has slammed Donald Trump and his "extremist" supporters, labeling them enemies of American democracy in a prime-time address that sought...

Liz Truss looks poised to win UK PM race

After a gruelling nationwide tour, a dozen hustings and three televised debates, Liz Truss appears poised to take over as the UK's next prime...

Indian troops join Russian military exercise despite US concerns

Soldiers from the Indian army have landed in Russia for a week-long military exercise, India's defence ministry said on Thursday, days after the United...

UN rights chief’s tenure ends in disappointment for some China activists

Michelle Bachelet, once a political detainee under Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet and a doctor for tortured children, pledged to be the champion of victims...

China’s treatment of Uyghurs possible crimes against humanity: UN

China's "arbitrary and discriminatory detention" of Uyghurs and other Muslims in the country's Xinjiang region may constitute crimes against humanity, the outgoing UN human...

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