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Pope discusses his health, critics and future papacy

Pope Francis says he hasn’t even considered issuing norms to regulate future papal resignations and plans to continue for as…

Yemen rebels, Saudis in back-channel talks to maintain truce

Amid Yemen’s longest-ever pause in fighting — more than nine months — Saudi Arabia and its rival, the Iran-backed Houthi…

What’s at stake in Turkey’s upcoming elections

President Tayyip Erdogan is aiming to extend his 20-year rule in elections that will decide not just who leads Turkey…

Beirut blast protesters say judiciary targets them not officials

Relatives of those killed in the 2020 Beirut port blast say they have become targets of the judiciary instead of…

UNA, Moro Group sign Memorandum of Understanding concerned with training media cadres

The extraordinary meeting of the Executive Committee of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation urged the Afghan de facto government to…

Iran executions quash protests, push dissent underground

Iran’s hanging of protesters — and display of their lifeless bodies suspended from cranes — seems to have instilled enough…

Yalda Night in land of tribes and religions

Chilleh Geje Si (the Yalda Night) is an ancient festivity celebrated by the people living in Iran’s West Azarbaijan province,…

Is US still an ally of Europe?

More than nine months into the war in Ukraine, cracks are emerging in the Western alliance, with Europe being furious…

U.S. defeat Iran in World Cup match overshadowed by political tension

The United States triumphed on the pitch over longtime political adversary Iran on Tuesday in a World Cup match overshadowed…

Some return to war-battered hub of Palestinian life in Syria

Syria’s largest Palestinian camp was once bustling with activity: It was crowded with mini-buses and packed with shops hawking falafel,…

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