Gang leaders have seized control of large swathes of Haiti, a country without any elected officials.
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The young girl went missing from her home in an informal settlement near Cape Town two weeks ago.
The Supreme Court ruled that only Congress, not states, has the power to strike candidates from the ballot.
Progress appears to be stalling over whether Hamas can provide information about hostages.
The drivers of a deadly train crash in October were watching cricket on a phone, an Indian minister says.
It comes after Spotify complained about a block on telling users about cheaper alternatives to app store.
The late singer's estate said she would have been "disgusted and insulted" by Trump's use of her song.
In the call, senior air force officials discuss the pitfalls of supplying German-made Taurus missiles to Ukraine.
Asia's richest man reportedly welcomed more than 1,000 guests to the three-day extravaganza in India.
The former president could learn if Colorado can ban him from the ballot using an anti-rebellion constitutional clause.
Authorities may be nearing a cease-fire deal that would swap some Hamas-held hostages for some of Israel’s prisoners and allow more aid into Gaza.
Activists and politicians have been transparent that this is a response to the rollback of abortion protections in the United States.
High winds in Nevada and Utah sweep in huge amounts of tumbleweeds, surrounding houses.
Middle East conflict live updates: Harris calls for cease-fire, more Gaza aid ahead of Benny Gantz meeting
A new round of talks on a deal to release Israeli hostages in exchange for Palestinian prisoners is taking place in Cairo, but Israel has not sent a high-level delegation.
Environmentalists in Germany have occupied part of a forest earmarked for clearance.
For months, the Ukrainian president heard warnings about a critical shortage of battle-ready troops, but he, his top commanders, and lawmakers still have not agreed on a plan
The woman and her husband were on a motorbike tour in India when the alleged assault took place.
Faked images of black voters with Trump are a growing disinformation trend in the US election, the BBC finds.
The highly choreographed event, which starts in Beijing this week, is where Communist Party leaders declare their goals. The economy will be front and center this year.
The three men and one woman will conduct scientific experiments, including a study of degenerative diseases.
The story of huge crowds at the 1971 event is told in a new documentary backed by the Williams sisters.
The ex-ambassador is the first woman to win a Republican primary, but Donald Trump is still way ahead.
Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr has faced challenges in her climate change mission but won over many women.
Scientists collected radioactive sand grains in the dark to understand when they formed.
Ezra Mam's allegation overshadows a push for US audiences by Australia's National Rugby League.