Czech Lawmakers Adopt Common Definition of Anti-Semitism
The Czech Parliament’s lower house has adopted a resolution that recognizes a common international definition of anti-Semitism.
Yellow Vests and Opponents Gearing Up for Protests in France
Thousands of demonstrators will again take to the streets across France this weekend in protest at French president Emmanuel Macron’s policies, while anti-yellow vest groups also plan to use street action, to condemn violence.
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Exhibition of Modified US Postcards Portray Beauty, Chaos
An exhibition aims to portray America’s beauty alongside its environmental degradation and political polarization through an array of artistically altered postcards.
Rescue for Trapped Spanish Boy Reaches Critical Hours
Spanish authorities say that rescue experts are using explosives to make their way through a 4-meter (13-foot) wall of hard rock to reach the space where a 2-year-old boy has been trapped for 12 days.
Russia Drops Appeal Against Athletics Doping Ban
Russia’s athletics federation has dropped its legal challenge against its ban from international competitions.
Death Toll From Indonesian Floods, Landslides, Climbs to 59
The number of people killed after days of torrential rain triggered flash floods and landslides on Indonesia’s Sulawesi island has climbed to 59 with 25 others missing, a disaster official said Friday.
At Least 1 Person Killed, Multiple Others Shot at Bar
Authorities say at least one person has been killed and multiple people have been shot by a gunman who opened fire at a hotel bar in central Pennsylvania.
Ex-Player Seeks FIFA Help for Jailed Bahrain Refugee Athlete
A former Australian soccer player campaigning to free a Bahraini refugee athlete detained in Thailand wants FIFA, the sport’s governing body, to sanction the soccer associations of Thailand and Bahrain if they fail to help.
Greek Lawmakers to Vote on Macedonia Name Change Deal
Greek lawmakers are to wrap up three days of acrimonious parliamentary debate with a vote on a deal normalizing relations with Macedonia, under which Greece’s northern neighbor will rename itself North Macedonia and Athens will drop its objections to the country joining NATO.