Heavy rains hit Pakistan's financial capital Karachi for a fifth straight night, bringing more flooding and killing at least 20 more people, officials said Friday, as rescuers evacuated people from flooded neighborhoods
Cigarette smuggling boomed in South Africa during its nearly five-month ban on legal sales as part of anti-COVID-19 measures, and even though legal sales are once again permitted, many in the tobacco industry think the illegal trade will continue.
Greek and Turkish warships are testing each other's naval prowess while political leaders in Athens and Ankara probe each other's resolve over a search for hydrocarbon reserves in east Mediterranean waters that each nation claims.
An Alabama man has been indicted on charges he manufactured homemade and untested cancer drugs in his kitchen and marketed them to 'alternative-medicine doctors” in the U.S., Mexico and elsewhere, according to federal prosecutors.
The European Union has agreed to impose sanctions on up to 20 senior Belarus officials suspected of election fraud and the crackdown on protesters and is likely to put President Alexander Lukashenko on its list at some point, the bloc's foreign ministers said Friday.
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