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Nigerian state to shut camps for people displaced by insurgency

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Reuters) – Nigeria’s Borno state, the epicenter of an ongoing Islamist insurgency, will shut all camps that are (More…)

Exclusive-U.S. hopes to soon relocate Afghan pilots who fled to Tajikistan, official says

By Phil Stewart

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States hopes to soon relocate around 150 U.S.-trained Afghan Air Force pilots (More…)

Israel designates Palestinian civil society groups as terrorists, U.N. ‘alarmed’

By Rami Ayyub

TEL AVIV (Reuters) -Israel on Friday designated six Palestinian civil society groups as terrorist organizations and accused (More…)

Red Cross warns aid groups not enough to stave off Afghan humanitarian crisis

By Alexander Cornwell

DUBAI (Reuters) – The Red Cross on Friday urged the international community to engage with Afghanistan’s new (More…)

It’s bloom time in Chile’s ‘flowering desert’, despite drought

SANTIAGO (Reuters) – The sand dunes of Chile’s Atacama are once again bathed in vibrant colors following the sprouting of (More…)

Russian COVID deaths hit 4th straight record a week before new curbs

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia reported a fourth straight daily record of COVID-19 deaths on Friday, with still a week to (More…)

Truckers in Brazil disband blockade after provoking fuel shortages

By Roberto Samora and Gram Slattery

SAO PAULO (Reuters) -Truckers blockading a major refinery in the Brazilian state of Minas (More…)

At least six dead after armed gang attack in Rohingya refugee camp

By Ruma Paul

DHAKA (Reuters) – At least six people were killed in an attack at a Rohingya camp in (More…)

Four dead as hurricane-force winds batter Poland

WARSAW (Reuters) – Four people were killed and 18 injured in a storm that battered Poland with hurricane-force winds on (More…)

Toronto says police not vaccinated by Nov 30 will be put on unpaid leave

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Members of Toronto’s police, the largest municipal force in Canada, will be placed on unpaid leave if (More…)