Top EU official pledges more support for Ukraine

A top European Union official has pledged more support for Ukraine as he visited the area near the separatist conflict in the country’s east

Maradona’s 'forgotten season' Porsche goes up f…

Diego Maradona drove the 1992 silver Porsche 911 to and from training and matches when he was playing for Spanish club Sevilla FC in the 1992-93 season, his last in Europe, after serving a 15-month ban over a failed drugs test.

3 Female Media Workers Gunned Down in Afghanistan

Three young women who worked for a TV station in Afghanistan were gunned down in two separate attacks as they walked home from work in Jalalabad Tuesday, authorities say. Police say a fourth woman was shot and critically injured, the BBC reports. The three women killed were between 18 and...

Who is Myanmar's UN envoy? Coup opponent or…

Myanmar’s U.N. ambassador insists he remains is country's permanent representative to the United Nations despite a military coup he strongly condemns

U.S. slaps sanctions on Russia for Navalny…

The United States on Tuesday imposed sanctions to punish Russia for what it described as Moscow's attempt to poison opposition leader Alexei Navalny with a nerve agent last year. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

She Quarantined for Night After Funeral. It Cost…

As of Feb. 22, air travelers to Canada must take a COVID test upon arrival and quarantine in a qualifying hotel until their results are in, reports Global News . That can take up to three days, but in the case of Cristina Teixeira, her results were in after just one...

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Ukraine's leader gets vaccine shot to dispel…

Ukraine’s president has received a coronavirus vaccine shot in a bid to dispel widespread public skepticism about vaccination

Enough vaccines for every adult by end of May…

President Joe Biden on Tuesday said the United States was on track to have enough vaccines for every adult in the country by the end of May.

Navalny to Serve Time in a Rough Penal Colony

After emerging from a coma and recovering from a poisoning, Alexei Navalny has another difficult stretch ahead of him. News reports in Russia said Monday that the opposition figure is being sent to a prison infamous for its treatment of inmates. Navalny will avoid Siberia or the Arctic, sites of...

Sarkozy rules out French presidential run after…

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy says he won’t run for president next year, a day after a court found him guilty of corruption and influence peddling and sentenced him to a year in prison

No evidence Capitol rioters were antifa -FBI's…

FBI Director Chris Wray on Tuesday told lawmakers that the Federal Bureau of Investigation views the actions of the rioters on the Jan. 6 attack as "domestic terrorism," and debunked conspiracy theories that claim leftist extremists disguised themselves as supporters of former President Donald Trump to storm the U.S. Capitol. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Prince Philip's Hospital Move Generates 2 Points…

Prince Philip is no longer at King Edward VII's Hospital, but he's not back at Windsor Castle either. The 99-year-old was on Monday moved to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, apparently by ambulance, after 13 nights spent at the aforementioned private hospital. The Duke of Edinburgh, who is being treated for an...

Armenian leader scores political point in spat…

Armenia’s prime minister has scored a point in his spat with the top military brass, advancing his motion to fire the country’s top military officer

The photographer who 'shot the 70s'

Photographer Mick Rock, known for some of the most recognisable pictures of rock legends such as David Bowie and album covers of the 1970s, is marking his 51 years working in the music industry with a new project collaborating with urban artist Fin DAC. Rosanna Philpott reports.

She's On a One-Woman Mission Against 'Femicide'

For the last five years, Mexico's Frida Guerrera has made it her personal mission to tell the stories of women who were murdered by men in her country. But as the Guardian reports, the 50-year-old journalist frequently goes well beyond blogging about these victims—she actually tracks down their killers....

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Russian Sputnik V vaccine splits Slovakia ruling…

Slovakia faces a political crisis over a secret deal to acquire Russia’s Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine orchestrated by the country’s prime minister despite a disagreement of his coalition partners

13 killed in California crash -California Highway…

At least 13 people were killed on Tuesday when a maroon-colored Ford Expedition crammed with 25 adults and children was slammed by a tractor-trailer in an intersection near the U.S. Mexico border, officials said.

Clips of Oprah's Interview With Harry, Meghan Are…

Two clips from Oprah Winfrey's upcoming interview special with Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, are out, and in one, he invokes his late mother while discussing what it's been like for the couple to split with the royal family. "I’m just really relieved and happy to be sitting here...

Algerian students restart weekly protests cut off…

Hundreds of students have restarted their weekly Tuesday protest marches that were called off last spring due to the coronavirus

U.S. activist and lawyer Vernon Jordan dies

Jordan's life lead him from a housing project in Atlanta to the corridors of the White House. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

She Defected, Vanished, Then Re-Surfaced in the…

"What happened to Lim Ji-hyun?" It's a question explored in a story by Abigail Haworth at Marie Claire , and one that continues to haunt her friends. As a 23-year-old, Lim defected from North Korea, swimming across the Yalu River into China before making her way to South Korea. There, she...

Myanmar authorities charge Associated Press…

Authorities in Myanmar have charged Associated Press journalist Thein Zaw and five other members of the media with violating a public order law that could see them imprisoned for up to three years

'Hardy debate' on COVID bill could start…

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said the chamber was due to take up, as early as Wednesday, President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill that passed last weekend by the House of Representatives.

Knife-Wielding Rooster Kills Owner in Cockfight

While banned for being inhumane to animals, an event in India recently wound up costing the life of a human being. BBC reports that a man in the village of Lothunur in Telangana state had outfitted his rooster with a knife to ready it for an illegal cockfight last week...

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Bunny Wailer, reggae luminary, dies in Jamaica at…

Reggae music legend Bunny Wailer has died in his native Jamaica at age 73

At least 13 killed in vehicle crash in Southern…

At least 13 people were killed on Tuesday in a collision between an SUV and a tractor trailer truck in Southern California, about 10 miles (16.1 km) north of the Mexican border, hospital officials said.

Rescued Sheep Sported Nearly 80 Pounds of Wool

How do you lose nearly 80 pounds overnight? For a wild sheep in Australia, all it took was a haircut. The sheep, nicknamed Baarack by its rescuers, was sheared for the first time in a long time earlier this month, yielding a fleece that weighed about 78 pounds, USA Today...