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Taliban names spokesman as Afghanistan's ambassador to UN The Taliban have reportedly nominated Doha-based spokesman Suhail Shaheen as Afghanistan’s U.N. ambassador and have asked to speak at the United Nations.

German highway on lockdown after armed bus passenger takes drivers hostage: police A section of highway in southern Germany was closed Tuesday evening because of an incident involving an apparently armed passenger on board a bus, police said.

UK police charge 3rd Russian in 2018 poisoning of ex-spy British police said Tuesday they are charging a third Russian suspect, a member of the country's military intelligence service, in the 2018 nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in England.

Spain's La Palma Island shaken by earthquakes as lava approaches towns Several small earthquakes shook the Spanish island of La Palma off northwest Africa, keeping nerves on edge as rivers of volcanic lava continued to flow toward the sea Tuesday and a new vent blew open on the mountainside.

Sudan: Officials say coup attempt failed, army in control Sudanese authorities reported a coup attempt on Tuesday by a group of soldiers but said the attempt failed and that the military remains in control.

After Afghans fell from plane, families live with horror It’s a scene that has come to symbolize the chaotic end to America’s 20 years of war in Afghanistan: A lumbering U.S. Air Force cargo plane takes off from Kabul airport, chased by hundreds of desperate Afghan men scrambling to get on the aircraft.

UK apologizes after mistakenly sharing 250 Afghan interpreters’ info in email: report The United Kingdom’s Defense Ministry apologized on Tuesday after mistakenly releasing the email addresses of 250 Afghan interpreters—some of whom have been in hiding since the Western withdrawal from Afghanistan, according to a report.

Taliban name deputy ministers, double down on all-male team The Taliban expanded their interim Cabinet by naming deputy ministers Tuesday but failed to appoint any women, doubling down on a hard-line course despite the international outcry that followed their initial presentation of an all-male Cabinet lineup earlier this month.

‘New’ Van Gogh drawing never displayed publicly now at Amsterdam museum A recently discovered work by Vincent van Gogh is now being exhibited for the first time in public at the Amsterdam museum that bears the Dutch master’s name.

ISIS claims responsibility for Afghanistan bombings in Jalalabad that targeted Taliban ISIS-K has claimed responsibility for a number of bomings in Jalalabad that it says specifically targeted the Taliban as tensions between the two groups continue to intensify.

Canadians vote in election that could cost Trudeau his premiership Canadians voted Monday in a tight pandemic election that threatens to weaken Prime Minister Justin Trudeau or even knock him from power.

Gunman opens fire at Russian university, at least 5 dead: report A gunman opened fire in a university in the Russian city of Perm on Monday morning, leaving at least four people wounded, the university's spokespeople said.

Controversial UN conference on reparations, racism slammed by Pompeo as being 'laced with anti-Semitism' As world leaders gather for the U.N. General Assembly the U.S., Australia, Canada and Germany are among at least 19 countries boycotting one of the banner events over accusations of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel bias.

French Toast: France torches Australia, US over submarine deal as ambassador recalled France’s ambassador to Australia described Saturday as a “huge mistake” Australia’s surprise cancellation of a major submarine contract in favor of a U.S. deal, delivering a final protest as the envoy was recalled from the country in an unprecedented show of anger among the allies.

Pregnant California woman beaten by Taliban has left Afghanistan, Rep. Issa says A pregnant California woman who was left behind in Afghanistan has safely escaped from the country, a Republican congressman said Friday.

Third plane out of Afghanistan with Americans on board lands in Doha A third chartered flight carrying an unspecified number of American citizens as well as other civilians from Afghanistan landed in Qatar on Friday, U.S. special envoy Zalmai Khalilzad confirmed.

Iranian artist defies regime by releasing new album, risking imprisonment Iranian artist Mehdi Rajabian released another album on Friday, once again defying a prohibition that reportedly landed him in prison for two years.

North Korea may be ramping up nuclear weapons program again, satellite images show North Korea has been relatively quiet since President Trump last met with Kim Jong Un at the DMZ in June 2019. It has carried out no major weapons tests, and focused largely on dealing with COVID, droughts and keeping its ailing economy afloat.

Hezbollah supplies Iranian fuel to Lebanon — despite US sanctions Dozens of trucks carrying Iranian diesel arrived in Lebanon on Thursday, the first in a series of deliveries organized by the militant Hezbollah. The powerful group operates independently from Lebanese authorities, which are struggling to deal with a crippling energy crisis.

Firefighters stand in the rain to honor fallen US servicemember killed in Kabul Firefighters stood atop their truck in heavy rain, dozens of people lined up on overpasses from Knoxville to Fairfax County, and many others joined in an escorting motorcade—all to honor fallen U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Ryan Knauss, one of 13 service members that were killed in Afghanistan during an attack on the Kabul airport last month.

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