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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 »


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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 »


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 »


Return Navalny's body to his family, famous Russians urge the authorities

Russians including Nobel laureate Dmitry Muratov and ballet star Mikhail Baryshnikov have released videos calling on the Russian authorities to return the body of opposition leader Alexei Navalny to his family, a week after his death in an Arctic penal colony More »


Rescuers search for 14 people missing after apartment block fire in eastern Spain. 4 confirmed dead

Firefighters and army experts are calculating the risks of entering a residential block that was destroyed by fire in the eastern Spanish city of Valencia, killing four people and leaving 14 missing More »


Belarus cracks down on clergy who supported protests of its authoritarian leader

Dozens of clergy in Belarus — Orthodox, Catholic or Protestant — have been jailed, silenced or forced into exile for protesting the 2020 election that gave authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko a sixth term More »


The opposition alliance that aimed to oust Modi appears to be cracking just before India's elections

India’s beleaguered opposition parties, which are beset with ideological differences and personality clashes, joined hands last year to unseat popular Prime Minister Narendra Modi and defeat his ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s electoral juggernaut More »


Ukraine's most famous sculptor turns war debris into art, expressing the inexpressible

Ukrainian sculptor Mikhail Reva has transformed the trauma of Russia’s invasion into a profound artistic statement, turning two tons of war debris into sculptures that express the deep suffering of his homeland More »


Hungary and Sweden agree on defense deal ahead of final vote on Sweden's NATO accession

The prime ministers of Hungary and Sweden have concluded a defense industry agreement that will expand Budapest’s fleet of Swedish-built fighter jets More »


Rape and sexual violence in Sudan's ongoing conflict may amount to war crimes, a new UN report says

The U.N. human rights office says at least 118 people have been subjected to rape and other forms of sexual violence in more than 10 months of conflict in Sudan, assaults that may amount to war crimes More »


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