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After a seven-year closure, Tehran announced Monday that it would reopen its embassy in Riyadh early this week — a major step in moves to revive relations.
Harry is set to become the first high-ranking British royal to appear in the witness box since 1891.
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NATO hasn’t committed to the level of permanent on-the-ground troops that some nations wanted. And military mobility remains a problem.
Kathleen Folbigg had served most of a 30-year sentence in Australia when an inquiry found reasonable doubt as to whether her four young children had been […]
Back-to-back strikes in greater Dnipro were a reminder that Moscow’s relentless barrage of missiles can deliver death and destruction at any moment.