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20, October, 2020

Armenia and Azerbaijan have accused each other of violating a new humanitarian ceasefire in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh in a conflict that has killed hundreds in recent weeks. The clashes are rapidly escalating into an all-out war, with civilians caught in the middle.&nbs

18, October, 2020

Warring factions in Yemen have exchanged one thousand prisoners under a deal struck last month.On Thursday, the two opposing sides in Yemen’s ongoing civil war exchanged prisoners in the largest swap of its kind during the conflict“This op

18, October, 2020

France is mourning a middle school teacher who was beheaded in a Paris suburb Friday, after showing pupils cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. Authorities said French police shot dead the knife-wielding teenager and detained several people.Grieving relatives and resident

18, October, 2020

A former Mexican Minister of Defense, who led its Army, has been arrested at Los Angeles International Airport, accused of drug trafficking and money laundering. The arrest represents a grievous blow to the neighboring nations who are fighting a multi billion dollar narcotics war, which has cla

15, October, 2020

Authorities in Belarus have authorized police to use lethal force if necessary against anti-government protesters, prompting more European Union sanctions. The move comes after officials confirmed that at least 713 people were detained during mass protests against the reelection of the country'

13, October, 2020

Azerbaijan and Armenia accuse each other of deadly attacks over the contested territory of Nagorno-Karabakh despite a ceasefire deal brokered by Russia over the weekend. The clashes reportedly killed at least seven people and injured dozens.Shocked survivors are grievi

9, October, 2020

An Italian Catholic priest was freed Thursday two years after he was kidnapped by a jihadist group.The office of the president of Mali announced Oct. 8 the liberation of Fr. Pierluigi Maccalli, a member of the Society of African Missions.He wa

9, October, 2020

South Korea’s National Assembly is considering a proposal to allow abortion up to 14 weeks as the deadline approaches to revise the country’s abortion law.After the national law prohibiting abortion except in the cases of rape, incest, genetic disease, or risk to t

9, October, 2020

The president of Italy conferred the highest honor for civil valor Wednesday upon Fr. Roberto Malgesini, a priest who was stabbed to death near Lake Como last month.Fr. Malgesini was a 51-year-old priest known for his care for the homeless and migrants in the northern

5, October, 2020

As the United Nations marks the International Day of Non-Violence on Friday, the UN chief is reiterating his call for a global ceasefire and a focus on humanity’s common enemy, Covid-19.The International Day of Non-Violence is observed on 2 October, the birthday of M

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