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Egypt frees activist Ramy Shaath after he abandons nationality

Egyptian authorities have freed Egyptian-Palestinian rights activist Ramy Shaath from more than 900 days of detention after forcing him to renounce his Egyptian nationality.A...

Eleven Colombian police wounded in explosives attack on truck

At least 11 Colombian police officers were wounded in an attack against their truck using explosives in the southwestern city of Cali, President Ivan...

Quake of 5.6 rattles Peruvian capital

A 5.6 magnitude earthquake rattled Peru’s capital and surrounding areas Friday, with no immediate reports of damage or injuries, authorities said.The temblor was registered...

US adds 199,000 jobs in December, jobless rate falls below 4%

As data misses go, this was another big one for the United States jobs market. But it’s not all bad news.The world’s largest economy...

As cases rise, India fears another coronavirus catastrophe

Haunted by the spectre of last year’s crisis, India is bracing for a deluge of Covid-19 cases, with authorities of various megacities bringing in...

Cambodian strongman visits coup-hit Myanmar

Cambodia’s strongman ruler Hun Sen travelled to Myanmar Friday for talks with the junta — the first foreign leader to visit since the generals...

France weighs cancelling Dakar Rally after suspected attack

France is considering cancelling the Dakar Rally after an explosion in Saudi Arabia that badly injured a French driver and prosecutors are investigating it...

South Korea casts doubts on North Korea’s ‘hypersonic missile’ claims

South Korean military officials cast doubts on Friday on the capabilities of what North Korea called a “hypersonic missile” test-fired this week, saying it...

New York Times to buy sports news site The Athletic

The New York Times will acquire sports news website The Athletic, the companies announced Thursday, the latest move by the iconic US newspaper in...

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