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Another report alleges corruption by ex-South African leader

Another damning report into government corruption in South Africa has recommended further investigations and the possible prosecution of former President Jacob Zuma for allegedly...

Major floods hit Australia’s east coast, claiming 7 lives

Parts of Australia’s third-most populous city Brisbane are under water after heavy rain brought record flooding to some east coast areas and killed seven...

Russia-Ukraine War: What to know on Day 8 of Russian assault

Delegations from Russia and Ukraine are expected to hold talks in Belarus on Thursday, a second round of face-to-face discussions since the Russian invasion...

Sorting fact, disinformation after Russian attack on Ukraine

Associated Press journalists are documenting military activity across Ukraine, where disinformation is spiking during a Russian ground and air offensive ByThe Associated Press March 1, 2022,...

MiGs for Ukraine: Who will send them — and how?

An awkward dispute between the United States and NATO ally Poland is casting doubt on Ukraine’s hopes to obtain the MiG fighter jets it...

Some prominent Russians quit jobs, refuse to support war

NEW YORK -- The resignation of a senior Russian government official and his reported move abroad wasn't the first voluntary departure of a person...

Russia holds drills with nuclear subs, land-based missiles

Russian nuclear submarines have sailed off for drills in the Barents Sea and mobile missile launchers are roaming snow forests in Siberia after President...

A shelling, a young girl, and hopeless moments in a hospital

In the port city of Mariupol, where Ukrainians are trying to fend off a Russian advance, an ambulance raced into a city hospital Sunday ByThe...

Russia dangles prospect of safe corridors; Ukraine skeptical

LVIV, Ukraine -- Safe corridors intended to let Ukrainian civilians escape the Russian onslaught could open Tuesday, Kremlin officials said, though Ukrainian leaders were...

UN: 500,000+ people have fled Ukraine since Russia invaded

The U.N. refugee agency says more than 500,000 people have fled Ukraine since Russia invaded the country last week By JAMEY KEATEN Associated Press February 28,...