Ryanair has sought to deflect criticism about its handling of a racially charged dispute on one of its flights by releasing letters showing that it swiftly apologized to the victim and referred the matter to police.
South Sudan’s government is spending millions of dollars next week to celebrate a 'final final' peace deal to end a five-year civil war. One problem: The rebel leader who agreed to share power is reluctant to come home.
NATO says its ambassadors will meet with Russia’s envoy next week amid rising tensions over the future of a landmark missile agreement and as the alliance conducts large-scale military exercises near Russia’s western border.
Perhaps the most surprising thing about the fact that hospitals in Congo detain patients who cannot pay their bills is that it’s no secret: Administrators, doctors and nurses openly discuss it, and the patients are held in plain sight.
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