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With the flooding easing in parts of cyclone-stricken Mozambique on Friday, fears are rising that the waters could yield many more bodies.
A new report says students who received media literacy training were 18 percent better at identifying false reports than students without the lessons. Girls gained more knowledge than boys.
The White House announced on Friday that the ISIS territorial caliphate has been eliminated in Syria.
The detention of former president Michel Temer has triggered breathless coverage, rampant speculation and mocking Tweets.
Dozens have died and hundreds of people were injured in the explosion at a chemical plant in eastern China.
President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela and the opposition leader Juan Guaidó have been playing a waiting game as each claims to be the country’s rightful leader. But Mr. Maduro seems to be taking the lead.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s attack on Hezbollah is expected to give a boost to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel.
A week after a powerful cyclone tore across southeast Africa, the death toll is still uncertain and could rise. Aid workers are trying to reach submerged villages which lack drinking water and food.
The driver sped past five signs warning him to stop before colliding with a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos. Sixteen people died.