Exhausted but happy, four Indigenous children who had been missing for more than a month in the Colombian Amazon rainforest were reunited with their relatives Saturday, in a happy ending to a nerve-racking saga that gripped the nation.But the search is not completely over: the army announced Saturday it would continue looking for Wilson, a rescue dog that went missing during the search.
China has been operating an intelligence unit in Cuba for years and upgraded it in 2019 in an effort to enhance its presence on the Caribbean island, a White House official said Saturday. "In fact, the PRC conducted an upgrade of its intelligence collection facilities in Cuba in 2019."
Ted Kaczynski, known as the "Unabomber," who terrorized Americans from 1978 to 1995 with his sporadic, anonymous bombing campaign, died in prison Saturday, US authorities said.In September 1995, The Washington Post published his 35,000-word anti-modernity manifesto, part of a joint effort with the New York Times, based on a promise that he would stop his bombing campaign if it were printed.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Saturday that counteroffensive action was underway as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Kyiv and accused Russia over flooding from the breached Kakhovka dam.Ukraine accuses Russia of blowing up the dam, while Moscow says Kyiv fired on it.
56% of homeowners indicated that their escrow payment increased in the last 12 months, up from 51% in 2021 and 49% in 2020.
With oil tankers docking from Mexico and Russia in recent days, Cuba could see its severe fuel shortage ease for the near future.It only produces a third of the fuel it needs each day, while residents navigate blackouts and food shortages.
In a move that many hailed as a salve for the historic wounds between Europe and Africa, Germany last December returned 22 artefacts, looted during the colonial era, to what is now Nigeria.Saxony's Grassi museum was among five museums that handed over the 22 bronzes in December and other museums in the state still hold 262 pieces.
Those mistakes could derail the mortgage process or cost buyers thousands of dollars down the road.
Ukraine's energy sector is under attack. The mines are run by DTEK, Ukraine's biggest private power industry player owned by Donetsk-born billionaire Rinat Akhmetov, reputedly Ukraine's richest man.
For 40 days after their plane crashed, four Indigenous children were lost in the Colombian Amazon rainforest.- Doomed flight - On the morning of May 1, a Cessna 206 plane run by Avianline Charters left a jungle area known as Araracuara to head for San Jose del Guaviare, one of the main towns in the Colombian Amazon.
David Smith, a retired print technician from the north of England, was pursuing his hobby of looking for interesting shapes when he stumbled onto one unlike any other in November. He said that Smith, a retired print technician who lives in Yorkshire's East Riding, emailed him "out of the blue" in November.
Former British prime minister Boris Johnson's angry departure from parliament over Covid lockdown-breaking parties sparked fevered speculation Saturday over his and the current government's future, with allies and enemies trading barbs.- 'Good riddance' - Johnson loyalist Nadine Dorries also quit as an MP, meaning current Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, whom Johnson partly blames for his downfall, faces two by-elections as his party languishes in the polls.
Patrol boats circled and officers descended by rope from a helicopter during a staged hostage crisis in the southern city of Kaohsiung, as Taiwan's armed forces held drills on Saturday.Smaller patrol boats surrounded the ship while a helicopter hovered overhead.
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"Here it is women who command!" In contrast to most of patriarchal Greece, the women of Olympos play a commanding role in village life.
The reception centre on the Italian island of Lampedusa is for many migrants their first taste of Europe after crossing the Mediterranean Sea, and for those arriving, it is a grim, desperate place. On June 1, the government brought in the Italian Red Cross, which has vowed to provide a more dignified welcome to the tens of thousands who arrive each year from North Africa, hoping for a new life in Europe.
A court in France sentenced a man to 18 years in prison on Friday for stabbing and then burning alive his 15-year-old girlfriend.Shaina's murder was particularly shocking, not only because of her young age, but also because two years earlier she had been the victim of sexual assault, for which four other young people were given suspended sentences ranging from six months to two years in prison.
The latest twist in Donald Trump's attritional war with US law enforcement, as with so much else in the former president's story, throws the United States into unprecedented territory.The figures are 28 percent and 42 percent respectively among Republicans -- a gap that suggests Trump's latest scandal could mark a turning point in his primary campaign.
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Britain's former prime minister Boris Johnson angrily quit as a member of parliament on Friday, claiming he had been forced out in a stitch-up by his political opponents.He quit as prime minister and left office in September last year, although rumours persisted that he wanted another shot at the top job.
Stocks popped on Friday after the S&P 500 officially entered a bull market to end Thursday's trading session.
Pope Francis thanked those who have sent him get-well wishes following his hernia surgery, as the Vatican said Friday he was back at work from his hospital room.The head of the Catholic Church had breakfast Friday before spending "most of the morning in an armchair" rather than in bed, the Vatican said.
Donald Trump took secret documents dealing with US nuclear and weapons programs from the White House after leaving office, potentially putting national security at risk, according to the indictment of the former president unsealed on Friday."The unauthorized disclosure of these classified documents could put at risk the national security of the Untied States, foreign relations, the safety of the United States military, and human sources," according to the indictment.
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Colombia's government and ELN guerrilla group on Friday signed a six-month ceasefire pact in Havana as they work towards ending decades of conflict in the South American country.It has taken part in failed negotiations with Colombia's last five governments.