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Ethiopia’s leader faces intense pressure to end Tigray war

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KAMPALA, Uganda — Ethiopia's government on Thursday faced mounting pressure to withdraw troops from the northern region of Tigray amid growing reports of war...

Drug trafficker says he bribed Honduras president

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NEW YORK — A convicted Honduran drug trafficker and former leader of a cartel testified in United States federal court Thursday that he paid...

Wyoming moving ahead with Trump Jr.-backed election changes

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming lawmakers will continue to discuss proposed election changes endorsed by Donald Trump Jr. for their potential to undermine U.S. Rep....

Ex-German press office worker convicted of spying for Egypt

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BERLIN — A court in Berlin has convicted a former employee of the German government press office of spying for Egypt and given him...

German lawmakers seek to grill Merkel over Wirecard scandal

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BERLIN — German lawmakers say they plan to question Chancellor Angela Merkel and her deputy, Finance Minister Olaf Scholz, about their involvement with the...

Cuomo impeachment talk grows in New York Legislature

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ALBANY, N.Y. — As he’s reeled from twin scandals over his treatment of women and COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes, New York Gov. Andrew...

‘Lula’ convictions dismissed; could run again in Brazil

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SAO PAULO — A top judge has thrown out both corruption convictions of former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, opening the way...

‘Lula’ convictions dismissed; could run again in Brazil

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SAO PAULO — A top judge has thrown out both corruption convictions of former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, opening the way...

EXPLAINER: Why Senegal protesters are clashing with police

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DAKAR, Senegal — Deadly protests have erupted over the past week in the West African nation of Senegal, long considered a bastion of democracy...

EXPLAINER: Why Senegal protesters are clashing with police

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DAKAR, Senegal — Deadly protests have erupted over the past week in the West African nation of Senegal, long considered a bastion of democracy...