SpaceX all-civilian orbital crew completes historic mission

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SpaceX all-civilian orbital crew completes historic mission

Four SpaceX tourists returned to Earth safely on Saturday after spending three days in space, successfully concluding the first orbital mission...
World
World

Sparse attendance at rally in support of US Capitol rioters

A few hundred protesters turned up Saturday in Washington to rally in support of the pro-Trump rioters who ransacked the US Capitol on January...
Politics
Politics

‘Attack’ hits Hungary primary polls aimed to challenge Orban : opposition

Hungary's first-ever primary elections to find a candidate to challenge right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban got off to a rocky start on Saturday...
World
World

Hong Kong elite selects powerful new ‘patriots only’ committee

Hong Kong's political elite will select a powerful committee on Sunday which will choose the city's next leader and nearly half the legislature...
World

US to step up deportation flights for migrants stranded at Texas bridge

The United States said Saturday it would ramp up deportation flights for thousands of migrants who flooded into the Texas border city of Del...
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World

Venezuela’s Maduro sees legitimacy challenged in rare trip abroad

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro hit back Saturday at challenges to his legitimacy as he attended a regional summit in his first trip abroad...
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World

Greece inaugurates first ‘closed’ camp for asylum seekers

Greece on Saturday inaugurated the first of five new "closed" migrant camps, opposed by rights groups who say the strict access measures are...
World
World

Plea for Haiti aid amid political crisis, quake clean-up

International aid agencies have urged donors to open their wallets for quake-hit Haiti, saying their hesitancy to offer funding amid ongoing...
World

Notre-Dame de Paris finally ready for restoration

France's Notre-Dame cathedral is finally ready to undergo restoration work more than two years after a blaze ravaged the heritage landmark, and...
World
World

Three blasts kill at least two in Afghanistan’s Jalalabad

Two people were killed when three blasts struck the Afghan city of Jalalabad on Saturday, at least one of which targeted a Taliban vehicle, in...
World
World

At least two dead in blasts in Afghanistan’s Jalalabad : Taliban

At least two people were killed and up to 20 more wounded in three explosions in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad on Saturday, a Taliban...
World
World

Beating video puts Bulgaria police violence in spotlight

A series of blows and then blackness: Bulgarian student Evgeni Marchev was taking part in his first demonstration in Sofia when police detained...
World

Merkel party learns to campaign again as election looms

With Germany's Christian Democrats (CDU) trailing in the polls ahead of an election next week, grassroots party members are resorting to an activity...
World
World

Gun-toting Taliban mingle with families and kids at Kabul Zoo

Taliban soldiers cradling AK-47s and M16 assault rifles mingle among families at Kabul Zoo, a novelty experience for many of the young fighters...
Culture
Culture

Emmy records, LGBTQ firsts and Omar : five things to watch

The Emmys honoring the best in television return Sunday for the first in-person ceremony since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
World
World

Argentina’s president reshuffles cabinet after political crisis

Argentina's president Alberto Fernandez announced a new cabinet on Friday in a bid to smother a political crisis that pitted him bitterly against...
World

10,000 migrants, many Haitian, packed under Texas bridge

The mayor of Del Rio, Texas declared a state of emergency Friday after more than 10,000 undocumented migrants, many of them Haitians, poured...

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