English pubs reopen but little normal elsewhere…

Pubs, hair salons and movie theaters have reopened across England in the biggest relaxing yet of Britain's virus-prevention measures

Cleveland Indians considers changing name

The Cleveland Indians followed the lead of the NFL's Washington Redskins as the Major League Baseball club said it too will consider changing a team name that has been in place for 105 years. Fred Katayama reports.

Days After New Law, Activist Flees Hong Kong

A prominent pro-democracy activist in Hong Kong has fled the territory days after China's introduction of a draconian new security law . Former student leader Nathan Law, who spent time in prison for his role in the 2014 pro-democracy protests, says he has left Hong Kong and will continue advocating for...

U.K. To Let Travelers From 59 Countries In…

Travelers from 59 countries will be allowed to come into England without having to self-isolate.

Sex workers lack food for taking HIV drugs during…

As the coronavirus spreads in Africa, it threatens those who earn their living on the streets, including sex workers with HIV

Florida COVID-19 cases spike to new daily record

[NFA] Florida's confirmed coronavirus cases rose by a record 11,458 on Saturday, the state's health department said, the second time in three days that its caseload increased by more than 10,000. Jillian Kitchener has more.

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Nation Makes 'Upskirt' Photos Illegal

Taking a photo under a woman's skirt until now has brought only a small fine in Germany, which hasn't been much of a deterrent. "That is why we are closing a major criminal liability gap," said a spokesman for the ruling legislative coalition. The offense will now fall under criminal...

France Has A New Prime Minister In Planned…

French officials said the prime minister and president agreed it was time to shift the focus of the government as the country recovers from COVID-19.

Families of Syria detainees hope for news amid US…

Syrian families are hoping that newly imposed U.S. sanctions will force Damascus to reveal news about their loved ones who disappeared into government prisons during the country's civil war

Where Ghislaine Maxwell hid out in style

Ghislaine Maxwell was hiding out in style: her luxury timber-framed home perched on 156 acres of New Hampshire pine and oak forests boasts dramatic views of Mount Sunapee's foothills, but is secluded enough to have kept her out of eyeshot of the tight-knit locals. Ryan Brooks reports.

Mexico Issues First Border Restrictions Over…

Any other year, Arizonans would "flock to Mexican beach towns like Rocky Point and San Carlos for the Fourth of July," reports the Daily Star . But this holiday, most will be turned away if they try. Mexico's Foreign Ministry on Thursday announced the country's first border restrictions since the pandemic,...

Turkey Holds Trial In Absentia For Suspects In…

The suspects — which includes two of the Saudi crown prince former aides — were all absent as Saudi Arabia refused to extradite the suspects.

Explosions rock 2 Somalia cities as 4 killed in…

Explosions have rocked two of Somalia’s largest cities

Boeing signals end of 747 jumbo jet - sources

Boeing Co and suppliers set the final number of parts it would need for the 747 jumbo jet program at least a year ago, signaling the end for a plane that democratized global air travel in the 1970s. Francis Maguire reports.

Armed Man Drives Through Gate Near Trudeau…

An armed member of the Canadian military smashed a truck through gates blocking access to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's residence in Ottawa on Thursday before being taken into custody, according to police. The man, identified by CBC News as Corey Hurren of Manitoba, breached a pedestrian entrance outside Rideau Hall...

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Belgium Confronts Its Colonial Past In The Wake…

Global conversations around racism have brought new intensity to the nation's grappling with its brutal legacy in central Africa.

North Korea says it has no plans for talks with…

North Korea is reiterating it has no immediate plans to resume nuclear negotiations with the United States unless Washington discards what it describes as “hostile” polices toward Pyongyang

Officers fired for mocking Elijah McClain death

[NFA]Three Colorado police officers were fired and a fourth resigned after they shared photographs they took of themselves re-enacting a chokehold officers used to subdue a Black man who later died, authorities said on Friday. Soraya Ali reports.

This Khashoggi Murder Trial Won't Be Secret

Twenty Saudi nationals are on trial in absentia in Turkey for the 2018 murder of Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, including two former aides of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Ahmed al-Asiri, the former deputy head of Saudi Arabia's general intelligence, and Saud al-Qahtani, an ex-royal...

At Least 162 Dead In Landslide At Myanmar Jade…

​The country's fire department said a heavy rainstorm triggered​ Thursday's landslide.

The Latest: WHO ending hydroxycholorquine trial…

The World Health Organization says it is ending a trial on whether anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine helps patients hospitalized with COVID-19

Congo and the chocolate factory

Democratic Republic of Congo resident Kalinda Salumu is living his dream of selling chocolate. Francis Maguire reports.

For Ghislaine Maxwell, 6 Counts of Wrongdoing

Remember when Ghislaine Maxwell turned up at a burger joint in Los Angeles last summer when everyone was wondering where she was? Maybe it was a little misdirection, because when the FBI arrested the longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein on Thursday, she was clear across the country in quiet Bradford,...

Russians Vote To Let President Putin Seek 2 More…

Voters largely approved the change, but critics say the Kremlin had a hand in the vote's outcome.

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Heavy rain floods southern Japan; over a dozen…

Heavy rain in southern Japan has triggered flooding and mudslides, leaving more than a dozen people presumed dead, about 10 missing and dozens stranded on rooftops waiting to be rescued

Trump rails against ''new left fascism' at rally

President Donald Trump on Friday railed against "angry mobs" that tried to tear down statues of Confederate leaders and other historical figures, warning thousands of supporters at Mount Rushmore that protesters were trying to erase U.S. history. Ryan Brooks reports.

'It's Sad That Hong Kong Is Dead'

China's new Hong Kong national security law is "a brutal, sweeping crackdown against the people of Hong Kong, intended to destroy the freedoms they were promised," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Wednesday as the House unanimously passed new sanctions. The bill targets Chinese officials behind the draconian law, banks who...