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As the coronavirus continues to wreck havoc on the US, many Americans are considering voting by mail in the upcoming election.
Somalia's security forces on Sunday ended a nearly five-hour siege by Islamic extremists at a beachside hotel in Somalia's capital, said police and a government spokesman.
Tens of thousands of people marched in Belarus against authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko.
Telephone calls between the United Arab Emirates and Israel are now possible after the two countries established diplomatic ties last week.
One of Germany's best-known food companies said it will rename a popular spicy dressing because of the racist connotations of its name.
Villagers in Serbia ripped out hydropower pipes, claiming a new generating plant will wreck the river on which many livelihoods depend.
Anti-government protesters gathered in Thailand's capital on August 16 for a rally that may test whether their movement has any strength beyond the college campuses where it has blossomed.
Costume designer and actor Edmond Kok has created more than 170 experimental face masks, inspired both by the pandemic and Hong Kong's own political problems.
Visa applications had been halted due to the coronavirus pandemic, but France is resuming them following the devastating explosion at the port of Beirut.
Authorities are hoping to reduce the number of flu patients in hospitals this winter amid fears of a COVID-19 rebound.
The US president visited his brother at a New York City hospital on Friday after White House officials said he had become seriously ill.
The California Senator is on the Biden ticket for November's election, but how good is her environmental record?