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A senior United Nations official has accused Yemen s dominant Houthi group of obstructing the delivery of humanitarian supplies to civilians in Taiz and warned that up to 200,000 people are living und
By Madeline Chambers and Paul Carrel BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed on Wednesday to stick to her open-door refugee policy, defying criticism at home and abroad which has intensified
Costa Rican Foreign Minister Manuel Gonzalez said on his Twitter account that a second meeting, expanded to also include representatives from Cuba, Mexico, Colombia and Ecuador, would be held later Tu
Hungarian anti-terrorist police last week detained four people heading to the capital with explosives in their car, and found a bomb-making laboratory set up for a mass killing, the unit's chief said
A reusable-rocket milestone has sparked a mini-squabble between two of the billionaires who are helping transform the private spaceflight industry. On Monday (Nov. 23), Blue Origin — a company establi
By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States could struggle to promote competition in its space launch program while also maintaining two independent ways to launch satellites and ending
LONDON (AP) — A leading online betting company has become an international sponsor of the Davis Cup and Fed Cup tennis competitions.
Russian and Syrian special forces rescued one of the pilots of a Russian warplane shot down by Turkey near the Turkish-Syrian border, Syrian state media reported on Wednesday. The state news agency SA
The UN aid chief on Tuesday accused Yemen s Huthi rebels of blocking and diverting deliveries of aid to the country s third city of Taez where some 200,000 people are living under siege. Government fo
Racial tensions soared here Tuesday as a police officer was charged with murdering a black teen and officials prepared to release a graphic video of the shooting. It came the day after unidentified as