(Reuters)
(Reuters)
The stabbings came amid tensions over cartoons denigrating the prophet Muhammad.

In the fight between Armenia and Azerbaijan, even a McDonald’s is taking sides

After military clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia broke out last month, fast-food franchisees began to weigh in — on behalf of Azerbaijan.

Former British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn suspended over comments about anti-Semitism report

The report concluded that the party did not adequately address anti-Semitism within its ranks during Corbyn’s time at the helm.

What’s reopened and what’s still restricted in 16 cities around the world

Post correspondents and contributors check on the progress of reopening from lockdowns in cities across Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Once, a handful of cartels focused on moving narcotics up the highways to the United States. Now they’ve splintered into perhaps more than 200 groups preying on Mexicans and reaching deeper into local governments and communities.
El crimen organizado solía estar conformado por un puñado de cárteles que traficaba narcóticos por carretera hacia Estados Unidos. Pero, en un cambio fundamental, una gran variedad de grupos armados — que podrían llegar a ser más de 200 — están penetrando cada vez más profundamente el país.
One province began offering emergency vaccines to the public this month.
The island never went into lockdown, which experts say was because of its swift response, widespread mask use and close tracking of cases.
What the U.S. election means for countries around the globe.
For India, the Trump years have offered a mixture of spectacle and substance.
One of those who sought protection at the U.S. Consulate was an American citizen residing in Hong Kong.
Many people remain scared of covid-19, but they are frustrated by restrictions — and growing angry and rebellious.
The government’s heavy-handed tactics threaten to undermine the legitimacy of the election.
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One of the world’s longest novel coronavirus lockdowns wound down Wednesday morning
By custom, most world leaders do not weigh in on U.S. presidential elections, wary of alienating one side or damaging strategic interests by appearing to interfere.
The country has been ranked as the worst place in the European Union to be gay or trans.
The Trump presidency has heightened focus on the degree to which Republican power in U.S. politics is now a matter of “minority rule.”
The conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh is older than many of the soldiers fighting it. Paris-based photographer and filmmaker Alexis Pazoumian began an ongoing documentary project in the mostly ethnic Armenian enclave in 2019.
Officials in at least three Canadian provinces have linked Thanksgiving gatherings held in October to rising case numbers.
The citizen was kidnapped in the southern region known for Islamic State linked militants.
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Charlie Hebdo has been threatened, firebombed and struck in an attack that killed a dozen staff members, but the satirical French newspaper won’t stop poking fun at Islamic extremism
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The International Organization for Migration says a recent migrant shipwreck off the coast of Senegal is now believed to be the deadliest so far this year
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The International Monetary Fund has downgraded its growth forecasts for the British economy for this year and next following an acceleration in the number of coronavirus infections over the past couple of weeks
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Cuban entrepreneurs who saw a boom in business during the Obama administration are keeping a close eye on the upcoming presidential election
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Syrian President Bashar Assad has met with a high-level Russian delegation advocating for jointly hosting an international conference on refugees in the capital Damascus next month
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