The Pakistani government has granted safe passage for Afghans fleeing the Taliban to a third country, including two Canadian interpreters stuck in Islamabad who have been in hiding for nearly a year. The move could speed up Ottawa’s promise to bring 40,000 Afghans to Canada.
The bomb has been sitting there undetonated for months. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
A good Samaritan likely saved Guilin residents thousands in damages. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
Historic flooding in Bangladesh and northeastern India has left millions displaced and without food for days.
The oven of Sobrino De Botín has been burning for almost 300 years. Coming here is a complete experience not only for foodies, but for anyone visiting Spain.
Nike has announced that the global sportswear brand will completely pull its business from Russia.
Leaders of the EU’s 27 nations unanimously voted for Ukraine candidate status in a moral victory for the war-torn country.
Drinks after work probably seemed like a good idea — but for one worker in Japan the hangover is likely to last for some time.
Four massive sea forts built over 150 years ago were transformed into the glamorous Solent Forts Hotel an hour outside of London.
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State media say at least five people were killed when another, smaller earthquake struck an area of eastern Afghanistan that experienced a devastating quake earlier this week. The state-run Bakhtar News Agency said the quake shook Paktika’s Gayan District on Friday morning. The quake injured more than 11 people, according to initial reports. The region is already reeling from Wednesday’s magnitude 6 quake that killed 1,150 people and injured scores more, according to the latest figures carried in state media.
A group of tourists in Namibia got way for than they paid for.
This woolly and ailing sheep was found in a forest in Australia and just in the brink of time. Buzz 60’s Chandra Lanier has the story.
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They have found the remains of several Incas as well as other items and goods in the burial chamber.
As the war between Russia and Ukraine drags into its fourth month, President Putin’s air force failures have become one of the biggest surprises.
In India's northeast state of Assam, rescue teams are struggling to move people to safety.
The Po river usually flows wildly, now it’s still and drying up. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
Across the world, people are increasingly embracing the subculture of "mermaiding." At its simplest, these are humans of all genders, shapes and backgrounds who enjoy dressing up as mermaids. But there's a lot more to it.
Russian forces are closing in on the city of Lysychansk, in the eastern Donbas region, where they have been targeting much of their firepower. Volunteers continue to help civilians to flee. For two months they have been doing rescue missions on the front lines. "I know for sure that they wil…
Workers from Israel's Antiquities Authority excavate a rare ancient mosque in the Bedouin town of Rahat, in the country's southern Negev desert, that officials say sheds light on the region's transition from Christianity to Islam.
The Taliban is asking for urgent international aid after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck a remote part of southeastern Afghanistan, wiping out entire villages, killing at least 1,000 people and leaving many in need of medical care.
The farmers rallied against the Dutch government’s plans to rein in emissions of nitrogen oxide and ammonia.
Newquay Zoo have had an adorable new triple-arrival - lemur triplets born in April. The baby boys, known as pups are now enjoying exploring the British zoo's Lemur Island where they live with parents Yhoda and Bary, as well as older brother and sister Asotry and Asara. It increases the numbe…
Health officials in Iraq’s semiautonomous Kurdish region are warning of a cholera outbreak after several people were rep
Russian forces are intensifying their efforts to take full control of the eastern city of Severodonetsk.
Dealing with a decline in sea ice, the bears are changing the way they hunt in order to survive.