Full story - August 28, 2018
Three people walk past a stone house bombed out by an air strike in the old quarter of Sanaa, Yemen, August 8, 2018.
Air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen's war have caused heavy civilian casualties at marketplaces, weddings and on fishing boats, some of which may amount to war crimes, United Nations human rights experts said on Tuesday.
Full story - August 27, 2018
Army residences
Full story - August 27, 2018
One person inspects a piece of metal, while another person holds a cart containing a more of the same pieces of metal.
Negotiations will continue to reach a deal with Canada, but President Donald Trump said he was prepared to terminate NAFTA and move forward with an individual bilateral accord with Mexico.
Full story - August 27, 2018
Iran's national flags are seen on a square in Tehran.
Iran has full control of the Gulf and the US Navy does not belong there, the head of the navy of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, General Alireza Tangsiri, was quoted by Tasnim news agency as saying on Monday.
Full story - August 26, 2018
a view of pope France from the left side
In a detailed 11-page bombshell statement given to conservative Roman Catholic media outlets during the Pope's visit to Ireland, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano accused a long list of current and past Vatican and US Church officials of covering up the case of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who resigned last month in disgrace.
Full story - August 25, 2018
people in white protective suits on a boat
The migrants, mainly from Eritrea, have been stranded in the port of Catania since Monday because the Italian government is refusing to let them off the boat until other European Union states agree to take some of them in.
Full story - August 25, 2018
Pope Francis poses next to Ireland's President Michael Higgins and his wife
Pope Francis marked the first papal visit to Ireland in 39 years by acknowledging that the failure of Church authorities to adequately address "repugnant" clerical child abuse crimes there remains a source of shame for the Catholic community.
Full story - August 24, 2018
maersk
The Arctic voyage by the 3,600 20-foot container capacity Venta Maersk is the latest step in the expansion of the so-called Northern Sea Route which is becoming more accessible to ships as climate change reduces the amount of sea ice.
Full story - August 23, 2018
Two people embrace in a bus station. One of them holds a greeting balloon, candy and a stuffed animal.
If elected, conservative candidate Ricardo Belmont would govern the city where most Venezuelan immigrants in Peru live.
Full story - August 23, 2018
yemen
Millions of Yemenis are at risk from hunger and cholera brought on by three years of war, an emergency that has also hit cancer patients, struggling to get treatment in a country where the economy and infrastructure have collapsed.

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