(Agencja Gazeta Via Reuters)
(Agencja Gazeta Via Reuters)
Street protests enter eighth day as Polish president appears to distance himself from restrictive new law.

Angered at French call to ‘reform’ Islam, tens of thousands gather in protests across majority-Muslim countries

A day after a knife attack in a church in France killed three, Muslims marched in several countries to protest the French government’s rhetoric defending cartoons of the prophet Muhammad.

Powerful Aegean earthquake kills at least 14 people in Turkey and Greece, injures hundreds

The magnitude 7 quake sent a surge of seawater in areas near the Turkish city Izmir.

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.
“I think that this year’s Christmas will be a different Christmas," European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen told reporters in Brussels on Wednesday.
President Trump's plan to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement takes effect Nov. 4, one day after the national election. If Democratic candidate Joe Biden wins the White House, he has promised to rejoin the accord.
In one scenario modelled by the scientists, the infection risk for participants and their contacts was around 70 times lower when health and safety instructions were followed.
He has already had some close calls with the coronavirus.
No one knows where the mysterious bird came from, but his new east London neighbors are glad he stayed.
“It is not something I have ever heard of occurring in my life, in any context,” Australia's foreign minister said.
Cemeteries have been ordered closed on the night when families commune with the spirits of loved ones.
Others play down fears of a less supportive stance toward Taipei, pointing to a fundamental shift in U.S.-China relations.
As Japan’s rural population shrinks, bears are venturing out of the mountains — and many are facing a grisly end.
The battles between Armenia and Azerbaijan have claimed thousands of lives and may escalate further.
Two referendum questions were put to voters alongside Oct. 17 elections in which Jacinda Ardern won a second term.
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The stabbings came amid tensions over cartoons denigrating the prophet Muhammad.
After military clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia broke out last month, fast-food franchisees began to weigh in — on behalf of Azerbaijan.
The report concluded that the party did not adequately address anti-Semitism within its ranks during Corbyn’s time at the helm.
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.
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Clashes have erupted in central Barcelona between riot police and dozens of people in a hundreds-strong crowd protesting the mandatory closure of bars, restaurants and other businesses as authorities struggle to rein in a sharp coronavirus resurgence
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A plan to pull Puerto Rico out of a type of bankruptcy by 2021 has hit a major obstacle after a new member that U.S. President Donald Trump appointed to a federal control board overseeing the island’s finances rejected the immediate filing of a debt restructuring proposal
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Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has proposed a former journalist and long-time Mexico City government bureaucrat to be the country’s new security chief at a time when the country is on track to set a new annual homicide record
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Donald Trump called Prime Minister Justin Trudeau “weak” and “dishonest” and attacked Canada on trade
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A university graduation ceremony presided over by Thailand’s king has been held after pro-democracy activists issued a call for students to boycott it
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