Anti-government demonstrators marched in Port-au-Prince on Sunday. (EPA-EFE)
Anti-government demonstrators marched in Port-au-Prince on Sunday. (EPA-EFE)

Daily protests are paralyzing Haiti. Here’s why.

Demonstrators are demanding the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse in the longest sustained protests of his term.
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14 Mexican police officers killed in ambush as president vows to combat increasing violence

One of the deadliest attacks on government security forces in recent years occurred in the western state of Michoacan, one of Mexico’s most volatile regions.

Yeti movie asserts Beijing’s claims over disputed South China Sea, outraging Vietnam

Vietnamese authorities pulled the film from theaters after it showed a map endorsing China’s stance in the maritime dispute.

A couple digging a grave for their baby found another infant buried alive

Authorities were looking for the girl's parents. India suffers from a significant gender imbalance in its population owing to a societal preference for sons.

Most Arab teams refused to seek Israeli permission to enter the occupied territory. Saudi Arabia was among them — until now. 

The suspect, Anna Bogcheva, worked for Russia’s “troll factory” suspected of 2016 election interference.

The United States has imposed sanctions on Turkey, a NATO ally that houses U.S. nuclear weapons, after it began a military offensive against another U.S. ally.

Battles in northern Syrian towns Tuesday were part of a scramble for territory amid a Turkish government offensive

"We are at the U.S. base in Manbij. Only yesterday morning they were still here and today we are here."

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As other regional powers gain ground, Trump's America is getting the geopolitical rug pulled out from under its feet.

The death toll has risen to 69, with 10 still missing, in one of the worst storms in decades.

Meanwhile, Turkish-backed rebels launched an offensive in the flash-point town of Manbij.

Condemned abroad, the military operation against Syrian Kurds has generated little public debate in Turkey.

France is scrambling to protect its troops amid frustration with Washington’s abrupt pullout.

Viktor Orban’s party saw poor results and Poland’s ruling party lost control of the senate.

The opening of Parliament comes during another make-or-break week for Boris Johnson and Brexit.

Typhoon Hagibis produced a record deluge that caused deadly flooding in highly populated areas of Japan.

President Lenín Moreno agreed to reinstate popular fuel subsidies; indigenous protest leaders agreed to end the demonstrations that paralyzed the country.

Police said the 19-year-old was killed in a crash involving Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a U.S. government employee. She has since returned to the United States.

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Romania’s president has nominated Ludovic Orban of the center-right National Liberal Party to form a new government and become the country’s next prime minister

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U.S. sanctions announced against Turkey fall well short of doing serious damage to an economy still healing from a recession and currency collapse

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Doctors Without Borders says it has decided to suspend the majority of its activities and evacuate its international staff from northeast Syria because of Turkey’s military operation against Kurdish fighters

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Nigerian police raid frees scores of beaten, starved boys; 2nd such raid in less than a month

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Russia deploys troops to keep apart advancing Syrian government and Turkish forces in northeast Syria and vows to work to keep the two sides from fighting

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A Bulgarian official says an Australian citizen who served 11 years in prison for fatally stabbing a Bulgarian man is set to be released from an immigration detention center before the end of the day

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