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Multiple killings in supermarket mass shooting in New York

WASHINGTON  A gunman opened fire at a supermarket in Buffalo city in the US state of New York on Saturday afternoon, killing multiple people, according to reports. The mass shooting took...

At least 10 dead in supermarket mass shooting in New York

WASHINGTON  A gunman opened fire at a supermarket in Buffalo city in the US state of New York on Saturday afternoon, killing at least 10 people, according to Buffalo Police...

Truck blockade at Canada-US border ends

TORONTO A blockade that paralyzed the US-Canada border crossing in Coutts, Alberta ended Tuesday night as trucks and other vehicles left the area. The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced that...

Sandy Hook families in US reach $73M settlement with gunmaker

HOUSTON, Texas  The families of five children and four adults murdered in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Connecticut received a $73 million settlement Tuesday from the...

Canada First Nation locates 54 unmarked graves at former residential school

TRENTON, Canada Fifty-four unmarked graves at two former Indian Residential Schools in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan has been located with ground-penetrating radar, the Keeseekookse First Nation said at a...

US congressional delegation to travel to Israel, Germany, UK

WASHINGTON A US congressional delegation led by House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi will travel to Israel, Germany and the UK, her office said Tuesday. The trip will focus on security,...

Costa Rican president tests positive for COVID-19

BOGOTA, Colombia  The president of Costa Rica has tested positive Thursday for the coronavirus. Carlos Alvarado said he has mild symptoms but feels fine. “I will be following the measures established by...

US announces visa restrictions on Somali politicians

MOGADISHU, Somalia US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announced late Tuesday visa restrictions on current and former Somali officials who are believed "to be responsible for, or complicit in, undermining...

Mexico evicts hundreds of irregular migrants from camp near US border

ISTANBUL Mexican authorities evacuated hundreds of irregular migrants from a camp in the city of Tijuana near the US border, local media reported on Monday. Nearly 400 irregular migrants, including children...

Former Argentine president criticizes Fernandez over US, IMF remarks

LONDON  Former Argentine President Mauricio Macri on Friday spoke publicly against current President Alberto Fernandez over his remarks during a meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.  On Thursday at a...

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Türkiye Dominates Latvia 4-0, Seals Spot in EURO 2024

Türkiye secured their spot in the UEFA EURO 2024 with a convincing 4-0 win over Latvia at the Konya Metropolitan Municipality Stadium on Sunday....

Rafah Crossing to Reopen: Blinken Confirms Collaborative Efforts with Egypt and UN

The Rafah border crossing, situated between Gaza and Egypt, will soon be reopened, announced US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Sunday. Speaking to reporters...

Iran is attempting to open new front against Israel from Syria: Israeli official

JERUSALEM A senior Israeli official accused Iran on Sunday of attempting to open a new front against Israel from Syria and indirectly confirmed that Tel...

Non-Food Retail Sales Show Resilience Despite Overall Decline in Euro Area

According to Eurostat, retail sales volume in July decreased by 1% in the euro area and 1.2% in the EU year-over-year. The volume of...

Azerbaijani official says New York Times curbing alternative views

ISTANBUL Azerbaijan's presidential adviser said Wednesday that The New York Times is curbing alternative views, amid reports by media outlets on an alleged "blockade" on...