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EU targets foreign companies over alleged dual-use exports to Russia, marking war's 2nd anniversary

The European Union is imposing sanctions on several companies in countries including China, India, Serbia and Turkey over allegations that they have exported dual-use goods to Russia that could be used in its war against Ukraine More »

 

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Thousands of Ukrainians live in agony and uncertainty as they search for their missing loved ones

The latest figures from the National Police show that more than 30,000 people have been reported missing in Ukraine during two years of war More »

 

Netanyahu seeks open-ended control over security and civilian affairs in Gaza in new postwar plan

Israel seeks open-ended control over security and civilian affairs in the Gaza Strip, according to a long-awaited postwar plan by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu More »

 

Bible-quoting Alabama chief justice sparks church-state debate in embryo ruling

When the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that frozen embryos are considered children under state law, its chief justice had a higher authority in mind More »

 

Private lander makes first US moon landing in more than 50 years

A private lander has made the first U.S. moon landing in more than 50 years More »

 

Ex-FBI source accused of lying about Bidens and having Russian contacts is returned to US custody

Defense lawyers say a former FBI informant who claims to have links to Russian intelligence and is charged with lying about a multimillion-dollar bribery scheme involving President Joe Biden's family has been taken back into the custody of U.S. Marshals More »

 

Trump's lawyers call for dismissal of classified documents case, citing presidential immunity

Former President Donald Trump is urging a federal judge in Florida to dismiss the criminal case charging him with illegally retaining classified documents More »

 

A love affair unraveled before a Black transgender woman was fatally shot in rural South Carolina

The secretive relationship between a South Carolina man and a Black transgender woman has been the focus of the nation’s first federal trial over an alleged hate crime based on gender identity More »

 

Collapse of illegal gold mine in Venezuela lays bare feelings of abandonment in rural communities

The collapse of an illegally operated gold mine in a remote area of central Venezuela has laid bare the sense of abandonment that plagues communities across the South American country More »

 

Relatives of hostages in Gaza endure a nightmare, but dream their loved ones will be freed

Relatives of hostages still being held by Hamas and other militant groups have endured a nightmare More »

 

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