Millions left without power after huge blackout hits Central Asia | News

Major cities in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan hit by power outages after an ’emergency imbalance’ in a power grid. Millions of people are left without power after a huge blackout…

Why soldiers overthrew President Kabore

Some in the capital Ouagadougou come out in support of the soldiers The military takeover of Burkina Faso is disturbing, but not unexpected. The ouster of President Roch Kabore was…

Hosts Cameroon, debutants The Gambia through to AFCON quarters | Football News

The Indomitable Lions move to the last-eight after beating Comoros 2-1, the death toll from a stampede at the game climbs. Hosts Cameroon have sealed their place in the last-eight…

German caution on arms to Ukraine rooted in history, energy

BERLIN (AP) — Germany‘s refusal to join other NATO members in providing weapons to Ukraine has annoyed some allies and raised questions about Berlin‘s resolve in standing up to Russia.…

77 years after Auschwitz, Jews pay tribute to those who saved them

Durach, Germany (Associated Press)– Andrei Sitkowski at the age of 15 his mom told he That she Neighbors demanded that a little Jewish girl be hidden in their home to…

North Korea appears to have fired two cruise missiles: report | Political news

North Korea is not banned from launching cruise missiles under UN sanctions against Pyongyang. North Korea fired what appeared to be two cruise missiles into the sea off its east…

Why Yemen’s war has spilled into the Emirates

CAIRO (AP) — Twice in the past week, Yemen’s rebels have launched attacks with missiles and drones on the United Arab Emirates, a major escalation for one of the world’s…

North Korea test-fires cruise missile, South Korean officials say

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea test-fired two suspected cruise missiles on Tuesday in its fifth weapons launch of the month, South Korea military officials said, as it struggled…

Japanese advisory body to approve COVID curbs for most of country | Economy

Japan reported more than 44,000 new COVID-19 cases on Monday. A Japanese advisory panel is set to approve the expansion of tougher measures against COVID-19 to 18 additional regions on…

F-35 crashes while landing on USS Carl Vinson in South China Sea

Seven U.S. sailors have been injured after a “landing accident” of a nuclear-powered fighter jet on the deck of a U.S. supercarrier. At least seven U.S. sailors have been injured…