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An overview of key moments described in the indictment against former U.S. president Donald Trump, involving allegations pertaining to his handling of classified documents.
Four children from an Indigenous community in Colombia were found alive in the south of the country more than five weeks after the plane they were travelling in crashed in thick jungle, Colombia's President Gustavo Petro said on Friday.
A disinformation expert says a network of fake accounts are defending the United Nations’ decision to this year’s COP28 climate talks in the oil-rich country, and to appoint oil exec Sultan al-Jaber as the conference’s president.
Former British prime minister Boris Johnson says he's quitting as a lawmaker after being told he will be sanctioned for misleading Parliament.
Colombia's government and its largest remaining guerrilla group agreed Friday to a six-month ceasefire at talks in Cuba, in the latest attempt to resolve a conflict dating back to the 1960s.
A Tennessee man has pleaded guilty guilty to three counts of accessory after the fact of murder in the death of rapper Young Dolph.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday Ukrainian forces had begun their expected counteroffensive, but that every attempted advance had failed, at a heavy cost in casualties. In response, Kyiv has only said that the start of its main push will not be announced.
Canada's Leylah Fernandez and American playing partner Taylor Townsend advanced to the women's doubles finals at the French Open on Friday.
Apocalyptic skies stirred everything from U.S. debates about climate change to gallows humour.
A bombshell indictment sheet against Donald Trump has been unsealed: the former U.S. president faces 37 charges related to national security for allegedly keeping, displaying and then hiding secret documents.