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Women working for Kabul government are ordered to stay home in latest evidence that the ‘Taliban 2.0’ haven’t changed their ways Female employees in the Kabul city government have been...

WARSAW, Poland — Poland is looking at a more difficult relationship with two allies, the United States and Israel, after lawmakers approved separate bills — on foreign ownership of media and affecting...

MEXICO CITY — The Mexican government sued United States gun manufacturers and distributors Wednesday in U.S. federal court, arguing that their negligent and illegal commercial practices have unleashed...

BAGHDAD — A widespread power outage hit Iraq on Friday as temperatures reached scorching levels, affecting millions of Iraqis including in affluent areas in the capital and stirring concerns of widespread...

LONDON — Japanese carmaker Nissan and its partners plan to invest 1 billion ($1.4 billion) pounds to expand production of electric vehicles and batteries in northeast England, a major victory for...

SALT LAKE CITY — Many Americans aching for normalcy as pandemic restrictions end are looking forward to traditional Fourth of July fireworks. But with a historic drought in the U.S. West and fears...

Divisions flared quickly on Wednesday as U.S. Catholic bishops opened a national meeting highlighted by a sensitive agenda item — whether to take initial steps toward a possible rebuke of politicians,...

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un warned about possible food shortages and called for his people to brace for extended COVID-19 restrictions as he opened a major political conference...

TOKYO — Japan’s government said Monday it is asking Myanmar to release a Japanese journalist who was arrested by security forces in its largest city of Yangon the previous day. Chief Cabinet...

NEW YORK — Along with writing books, podcasts have become a family project for the Clintons. iHeartMedia announced Tuesday that “In Fact with Chelsea Clinton,” hosted by the daughter of former...

BANGKOK — With security forces in Myanmar having shot dead at least 570 protesters and bystanders in the past two months, many of the country’s residents see venturing out onto the street as...

LONDON — Britain’s jobs market showed further resilience in February even though the country has been in one of the world’s most stringent lockdowns, according to official figures published...

PARIS — A French billionaire aviation industrialist and member of parliament has died in a helicopter crash along with the pilot, authorities said. Olivier Dassault, 69, was heir to a powerful family...

NEW DELHI — Thousands of Indian farmers blocked a massive expressway on the edges of New Delhi on Saturday to mark the 100th day of protests against agricultural laws they say will devastate their...

‘Please make a decision’: Worried UK holidaymakers beg the Government to decide on France quarantine before they risk trip that could mean their children miss the start of school British families...

THE Trump administration’s nominee to be the head of the Office of Personnel Management is a former conservative commentator with a history of spreading conspiratorial tweets. According to a CNN KFile...