"So far, 23 dead and 28 wounded. All civilians," Oleksandr Starukh, the Zaporizhzhia regional governor, wrote on the Telegram...
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The bill to ensure veterans have information and access to nutritional food was introduced by Democratic Rep. Mary Peltola.
The number of people dying by suicide rose from 2020 to 2021 following several years of decline, according to a report released Friday.
The annexation would come just days after voters supposedly approved Moscow-managed “referendums."
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Putin's popularity may have been affected by his decision to announce the partial mobilization of the country's military on September 21.
An Associated Press journalist saw around 400 people gathered in at least two spots in the Cerro neighborhoods in Havana.
KYIV - Ukrainian officials say a Russian missile strike on the city of Zaporozhzhia has killed at least 23 people and wounded 28.
The embassy in Washington, D.C. warned the Pentagon that Russia is determined to defend its state sovereignty.
Generation Z is always thinking about gun violence. It's time to listen to young people about guns and gun safety.
"It was gut-wrenching, primordial even, immediately got our attention," said one witness.
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The host of the "Late Show" explains why one MAGA candidate is 10 points behind in the polls.
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Washington and Beijing are vying for influence in the Pacific region amid increasing tensions over Taiwan's sovereignty.
The explosion inside the center in the Dashti Barchi neighborhood of Kabul — populated mostly by members of Afghanistan’s minority Shiite community.
It comes amid a mass exodus of Russians from the country in response to Vladimir Putin's partial moblization order.
A recent VICE World News report shed light on the child laborers earning $6 a day to spray poison for one of Indonesia’s biggest paper companies.
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