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Haiti’s Prime Minister Resigns As Council Sworn In To Lead Political Transition In Violence-Ravaged...

Haiti’s Prime Minister Ariel Henry announced his resignation on Thursday, handing power over to a transitional council that will seek to gain control of the violence-ravaged nation.

The U.S. Allowed A Gaza Ceasefire Resolution To Pass At The UN. What Does...

Following several failed attempts over five months of Israel’s devastating war in Gaza, the United Nations Security Council on Monday finally passed a resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire. Israel has reacted angrily to the resolution, saying it has no intention of abiding by it. On Tuesday, Israeli attacks on Gaza continued.

Passenger On Boeing Flight That Suddenly Dropped Says Pilot Told Him He Lost Control...

The pilot of a terrifying flight from Australia to New Zealand told those on board he temporarily lost control of his Boeing 787 after one of its instruments failed, a passenger said Monday, as authorities investigate what caused a sudden drop that threw travelers around the cabin, injuring dozens.

Haiti’s Leader To Resign As Gangs Run Rampant Through Country Engulfed In Crisis

The embattled prime minister of Haiti, Ariel Henry, has said he will resign after weeks of mounting chaos in the Caribbean nation, where gangs have been attacking government structures and social order is on the brink of collapse.

The Artist And The Fashion Designer: How Two African Creatives Teamed Up To Effect...

Beneath the Nicola Bertucci frescoes and gilt Rococo cornicing of the 17th-century Palazzo Visconti Di Modrone in Milan, a six-foot fibreglass character stands among piles of white and mustard granite stones. The character forms part of an installation by Lagos-based artist Yusuff Aina, commissioned by designer Iniye Tokyo James for his Fall-Winter 2024 fashion show “Expansion.”

Activists Link U.S. Nonprofit To Anti-LGBTQ Laws In Africa

It’s unclear how many Ugandans have fled to Kenya, but rights groups in both countries say the numbers have risen substantially since Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni signed one of the world’s harshest anti-LGBTQ laws, which includes the death penalty, in May.

Kamala Harris Announces New $3 Billion U.S. Pledge To Global Climate Action At Dubai...

Vice President Kamala Harris announced new funding for climate action on Saturday at the COP28 summit in Dubai, where she touted American leadership on the climate crisis, including its recent investments in clean energy and efforts to make vulnerable communities more resilient to worsening climate disasters.

U.S. Warns Israel Amid Gaza Carnage It Doesn’t Have Long Before Support Erodes

President Joe Biden and his top advisers are warning Israel with growing force that it will become increasingly difficult for it to pursue its military goals in Gaza as global outcry intensifies about the scale of humanitarian suffering there.

Israel-UN Spat Intensifies After Secretary General Says Hamas Attacks ‘Did Not Happen In A...

A furious diplomatic spat between Israel and the United Nations has broken out, with Israeli officials calling for the resignation of Secretary General Antonio Guterres after he said Hamas’ October 7 attacks on the country “did not happen in a vacuum.”

Anger Erupts Across Middle East And The World Over Gaza Hospital Blast As Biden...

Protests erupted across the Middle East following the deadly explosion at a Gaza hospital, with Israeli and Palestinian officials trading accusations over who was to blame as US President Joe Biden arrived in Tel Aviv.

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Chants Of ‘Willie! Willie!’ Stretched To The Heavens At Mlb Game...

All eyes in American baseball turned to Birmingham, Alabama’s historic Rickwood Field Thursday night, where the stands shook with deafening applause and hoots of pride in honor of one of the best the game has ever seen.