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The U.S. Geological Survey reported an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.7 in Ecuador's coastal Guayas region.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has traveled to Crimea to mark the ninth anniversary of the Black Sea peninsula’s annexation from Ukraine.
The influx of sea arrivals came in the face of a crackdown by Italy’s right-wing government on people smugglers announced only two days earlier.
The vote was final approval of the bill, sending it to President Joe Biden’s desk to be signed into law.
Tamaulipas Gov. Américo Villarreal said that one of the surviving U.S. citizens was wounded and the other was not.
Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said there were “divergences” on the issue of the war in Ukraine “which we could not reconcile as various parties held differing views.”
Fire officials say 29 people were killed and at least 85 injured when a passenger train collided with an oncoming freight train in northern Greece early Wednesday.
Nine athletes competing in the Mount Cameroon Race of Hope in Buea town were injured, as well as 10 civilians.
The General Assembly's resolutions are not legally binding, unlike Security Council resolutions, but serve as a barometer of world opinion.
It wasn't until landing that the pilot realized the man, whose head had slumped onto his shoulder, wasn't pretending to nap, according to an aviation report.