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Wall Street says bad news is no longer good news. Here's why
There's been a seismic shift in investor perspective: Bad news is no longer good news.
Up to 10 people trapped after building collapses in Marseille
Between four and 10 people are believed to be trapped under rubble in the southern French port city of Marseilles after a building collapsed early on Sunday, according to French authorities.
A rare look at effort to shut down what has become a multibillion-dollar business for North Korea
A team of South Korean spies and American private investigators quietly gathered at the South Korean intelligence service in January, just days after North Korea fired three ballistic missiles into the sea.
Toxic fume warning after fire breaks out at Hamburg warehouse
Residents in the German city of Hamburg have been warned of heavy smoke and possible toxins in the air after a major fire broke out at a warehouse.
At least 44 killed in Burkina Faso attacks
At least 44 civilians were killed in two separate attacks on villages in northern Burkina Faso, authorities there said.
The latest on hybrid work: Who is WFH and who isn't
As the economy slows, are employers starting to regain the upper hand in negotiations with employees and job seekers? Pay is always an issue, of course, but in the wake of the pandemic, so too is how much time employers want people to work on site versus how much they are willing to let employees work remotely.
Northern Ireland's 'peace babies' say sectarianism lives on, thwarting progress
Cori Conlon grew up thinking Protestants were "the bad guys."
Elderly Ukrainians and pets stay put in the abandoned east
"God protects me," says 73-year-old Tamara. She's one of the few people who have stayed in the town of Konstantinivka, eastern Ukraine.
China carries out 'simulated' precision attacks on Taiwan targets
China said Sunday it was simulating precision attacks on key targets in Taiwan as the military drills it launched in response to the island president's meeting with the US House Speaker entered a second day.
China jails man who scared chickens to death
There's an old Chinese saying that goes: "Kill the chicken to scare the monkey."
Iran installs cameras to ID women breaking dress code
Iranian authorities are to use cameras in public places to identify women who violate the country's hijab law, state media reported.
Glut of cheap Ukrainian grain sparks farmers' protests
Farmers in central and eastern Europe protested this week against the impact of cheap Ukrainian grain imports, which have undercut domestic prices and hit the sales of local producers.
Italian tourist killed in Israel car-ramming attack
An Italian tourist was killed and seven people wounded in a car-ramming attack in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv on Friday evening.
China military rehearses 'encircling' Taiwan after US Speaker visit
• DOJ opens investigation into leaks of apparent classified US military documents • Analysis: As the Ukraine war grinds on, the EU finds it needs China more than ever
Zelensky shares Iftar with Muslim soldiers in 'new tradition of respect'
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky shared Iftar with Ukrainian Muslim soldiers observing Ramadan on Friday, in what he said would become an annual "new tradition of respect."
China hasn't given extensive aid to Russia's war effort in Ukraine, US Treasury officials say
While China and Russia have strengthened ties since the Kremlin's brutal invasion of Ukraine, the US has not seen evidence that China has provided systemic material support to the Kremlin as Russian President Vladimir Putin and his government look for avenues to evade Western sanctions and backfill its military, according to senior US Treasury officials.
Russia charges Wall Street Journal's Evan Gershkovich with espionage
Russian investigators have formally charged Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich with espionage, Russian state media reported Friday, adding he denied the accusations.
The situation in Jerusalem is boiling over. Here's how it all happened
Israel said it struck targets belonging to the Palestinian militant group Hamas in southern Lebanon and Gaza early Friday, hours after dozens of rockets were fired from southern Lebanon into Israeli territory, which the Israeli military blamed on Palestinian militants.
Here's the real reason to turn on airplane mode when you fly
We all know the routine by heart: "Please ensure your seats are in the upright position, tray tables stowed, window shades are up, laptops are stored in the overhead bins and electronic devices are set to flight mode."
This community in southern Mexico has defied the gender binary for generations
In the town of Juchitán de Zaragoza, located on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in Mexico's southern state of Oaxaca, one variation of a local legend goes something like this.