COVID 19 Updates Egypt's central bank governor resigns as economic woes mount

Egypt’s central bank governor resigns as economic woes mount

[ad_1] CAIRO -- Egypt’s central bank governor resigned Wednesday as the Middle East's most populous nation struggles to curb inflation triggered by Russia's war in Ukraine, high oil prices and a drop in tourism.President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi accepted the resignation...
COVID 19 Updates El Salvador extends state of exception; 50,000 arrested

El Salvador extends state of exception; 50,000 arrested

[ad_1] SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador -- With 50,000 people locked up since late March for alleged gang ties, El Salvador’s congress has approved another month-long extension of the state of exception that suspends some fundamental rights in the name of...
COVID 19 Updates EU to host Serbia-Kosovo talks in Brussels amid tensions

EU to host Serbia-Kosovo talks in Brussels amid tensions

[ad_1] BELGRADE, Serbia -- Wartime rivals Serbia and Kosovo are holding high-level crisis talks on Thursday which the European Union mediators hope will deescalate growing tensions in the Balkans, where Russia has tried to further increase its influence amid the...
COVID 19 Updates Bangladesh PM tells UN that Myanmar must take Rohingya back

Bangladesh PM tells UN that Myanmar must take Rohingya back

[ad_1] DHAKA, Bangladesh -- Bangladesh's leader told a visiting U.N. official on Wednesday that hundreds of thousands of ethnic minority Rohingya refugees living in overcrowded camps in Bangladesh must return home to Myanmar, where they had fled waves of violent...
COVID 19 Updates Syria denies it is holding American journalist Austin Tice

Syria denies it is holding American journalist Austin Tice

[ad_1] DAMASCUS, Syria -- Syria denied on Wednesday it is holding U.S. journalist Austin Tice or other Americans after President Joe Biden accused the Syrian government of detaining him. The Syrian Foreign Ministry said in a statement that Damascus “denies...
COVID 19 Updates Crimea 'sabotage' highlights Russia's woes in Ukraine war

Crimea ‘sabotage’ highlights Russia’s woes in Ukraine war

[ad_1] KYIV, Ukraine -- A spate of fires and explosions has turned Russian-annexed Crimea from a secure base for the further invasion of Ukraine into the latest flashpoint highlighting Moscow's challenges ahead in a war that is nearing the half-year...
COVID 19 Updates Soaring food and energy costs drive UK inflation to 10.1%

Soaring food and energy costs drive UK inflation to 10.1%

[ad_1] LONDON -- Britain’s inflation rate rose to a new 40-year high of 10.1% in July, as rising food prices tightened a cost-of-living squeeze fueled by soaring energy prices.The Office for National Statistics said Wednesday that consumer prices inflation hit...
COVID 19 Updates Ukrainians flee grim life in Russian-occupied Kherson

Ukrainians flee grim life in Russian-occupied Kherson

[ad_1] KYIV, Ukraine -- It was early one morning when life under Russian occupation became too much for Volodymyr Zhdanov: Rocket fire aimed at Ukrainian forces struck near his home in the city of Kherson, terrifying one of his two...
COVID 19 Updates Thailand's restive south hit by wave of arson and bombings

Thailand’s restive south hit by wave of arson and bombings

[ad_1] Thailand’s southernmost provinces, which for almost two decades have been the scene of an active Muslim separatist insurgency, have been hit overnight by a wave of arson and bombing attacksHAT YAI, Thailand -- Thailand’s southernmost provinces, which for almost...
COVID 19 Updates Former Australia PM says secret powers were needed in crisis

Former Australia PM says secret powers were needed in crisis

[ad_1] SYDNEY -- Scott Morrison said Wednesday that giving himself extra powers when he was Australia’s prime minister was necessary during the coronavirus crisis as criticism rose the moves were deceptive and undemocratic. Current Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is seeking...
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