LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Britain’s Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, spoke on Tuesday about their campaign against social media negativity, with Harry warning of a “global crisis of hate” that was
ASUNCION (Reuters) – Paraguayan police said on Tuesday that they had seized a record 2.3 tons of cocaine at a private port near Asunción, with a market value of around $500 million, hidden in a
By Libby George and Alexis Akwagyiram LAGOS (Reuters) – Authorities on Tuesday imposed a round-the-clock curfew on the Nigerian state of Lagos – including Africa’s biggest city – in response to
By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) – A U.S. judge on Tuesday ordered the release of a deposition that British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell gave in 2016 related to her dealings with the late
TEL AVIV (Reuters) – Israel discovered a new cross-border tunnel from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday that its military said extended “dozens of metres underground” and into southern Israel.
By Steve Scherer OTTAWA (Reuters) – A Canadian police officer was found not guilty on Tuesday of manslaughter and assault charges in the death of a mentally ill Black man who was arrested in Ottawa in
By Tiksa Negeri KOMBOLCHA, Ethiopia (Reuters) – Mother-of-ten Marima Wadisha screamed, threw rocks and in her desperation even fired bullets at the locusts that descended on her sorghum fields in
By Kawa Omar BASHIQA, Iraq (Reuters) – Saad Hussein, a 42-year-old Yazidi Iraqi, is one of the last in the northern region of Nineveh producing the anise-flavoured spirit, arak, from local dates.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Hungarian Justice Minister Judit Varga announced on Tuesday that she had tested positive for COVID-19 and has mild respiratory symptoms.