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Authorities say the number of people killed by heavy floods that hit Haiti over the weekend has risen to 42 and that another 11 are missing.
Defying local taboos in Iran, a cleric takes in street dogs and nurses them back to health
A Muslim cleric in Iran is rescuing and nursing street dogs back to health. But in Iran and other countries, dogs are shunned by many and local authorities periodically shoot and poison them.
U.S. government fines McDonald’s franchisees in Kentucky who employed workers as young as 10
Two 10-year-olds are among 300 children who worked at McDonald’s restaurants in Kentucky illegally, a Labor Department investigation found.
Jail records show the suspect in the Atlanta shooting of five women, one fatally, has been charged with one count of murder and four counts of aggravated assault.
A Belarusian court has convicted a dissident journalist who was arrested after being pulled off a commercial flight that was diverted to the country.
A prosecutor says a former Memphis police officer who used a stun gun on Tyre Nichols won’t be charged criminally.
A fourth man has been arrested and charged with murder in connection with a weekend shooting at a 16th birthday party that killed four young people in Alabama.
Son and namesake of legendary 1960s soul singer Otis Redding dies after battling cancer.
China’s foreign minister says the country won’t sell weapons to either side in the war in Ukraine.
A Russian girl whose father criticized the Ukraine war and who was sent to an orphanage after drawing an antiwar sketch has left the facility.