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A deadly volcano could erupt 'within days or weeks' in Colombia. But only a small fraction of locals have evacuated
Hundreds of families in Colombia are facing a choice: abandon their homes and livelihoods, or face the devastation of a predicted volcanic eruption in the coming weeks.
'A new era': Germany quits nuclear power, closing its final three plants
Germany's final three nuclear power plants close their doors on Saturday, marking the end of the country's nuclear era that has spanned more than six decades.
On one of the world's most dangerous migrant routes, a cartel makes millions off the American dream
There is always a crowd, but it can feel very lonely.
'Part of my soul': 4 takeaways from Biden's trip to Ireland
Like so many Americans do each year, President Joe Biden returned to Ireland this week in search of his roots, seeking some connection and some answers in the land his people left so many years ago.
Brazil's Supreme Court orders Bolsonaro to testify on January 8 riots
Brazil's Supreme Court has ordered Jair Bolsonaro to testify before Federal Police within the next 10 days, as part of an investigation into the events of January 8, when the former president's supporters attacked government buildings.
Look of the Week: Are we about to see more men in tights?
On Wednesday, TV personality Tan France was spotted in New York City in a flash of lilac nylon. France, who serves as the style expert on Netflix's "Queer Eye," among other gigs, brought a pop of color to an otherwise muted ensemble with some statement hosiery. And while his tights were opaque, they were a clear marker of what could be next in fashion.
Russian court fines Wikipedia owner for article related to Ukraine invasion
A Moscow court has fined the Wikimedia Foundation for refusing to remove an article on Russian-language Wikipedia called "The Russian occupation of the Zaporizhzhia region," according to state media.
Opinion: When the Ukraine war finally ends, this is the battle we'll remember
When the war in Ukraine finally comes to an end, the besieged city of Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine will go down as one of the most recognizable symbols of the conflict.
Retail spending fell in March as consumers pull back
Spending at US retailers fell in March as consumers pulled back amid recessionary fears fueled by the banking crisis.
France braces for ruling on Macron's plan to raise retirement age
Heightened security is in place in the French capital Paris as the country braces for a crucial ruling on the constitutionality of divisive changes to France's pension system.
Analysis: World leaders are lining up to meet Xi Jinping. Should the US be worried?
Xi Jinping has had a busy couple of weeks.
On the 'rooftop of Japan,' a stunning 20-meter-deep snow corridor reopens to visitors
A giant snow corridor near the otherworldly Mount Tateyama, one of Japan's three sacred mountains, is reopening to travelers on April 15.
Analysis: Fox News is about to enter the true No Spin Zone
This is it.
US 'disappointed' by Chinese court's decision to uphold death sentence for American citizen
The US State Department said Thursday it is "disappointed" by a Chinese court's decision to uphold the death sentence for American citizen Mark Swidan and called for his immediate release.
Iran executions up 75% as Tehran seeks to 'instill fear' in protesters, rights groups say
Iran executed at least 582 people last year, a 75% increase on the previous year, according to human rights groups who say the rise reflects an effort by Tehran to "instill fear" among anti-regime protesters.
Tibetan leader defends Dalai Lama after 'suck my tongue' request to boy
The head of the Tibetan government-in-exile has defended the Dalai Lama over a video in which the spiritual leader kisses a child on the lips and then asks him to "suck my tongue."
North Korea says it tested a new solid-fuel ICBM
North Korea said it launched a new solid-fueled Hwasong-18 Intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on Thursday (local time), according to state media KCNA on Friday.
Seven-fold increase in children crossing treacherous Darien Gap, says UNICEF
Almost 9,700 children and adolescents have tried to cross the infamous Darien Gap in the first two months of 2023, a seven-fold increase compared to the same period in 2022, according to a UNICEF report.
Nicaragua expels two nuns in latest crackdown on Catholic church and opposition
Two nuns who worked at a nursing home in Nicaragua were expelled from the country this week, amid a far-reaching crackdown on opposition leaders, journalists and the Catholic church by the government of President Daniel Ortega.