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United Nations special rapporteur urges end to measures imposed by US, EU and UK.
UNICEF is predicting an 'imminent shortfall' of up to 2.2 billion of the single-use syringes used to give jabs.
Name change decouples Facebook's corporate identity from its eponymous social network, which is under increasing fire.
Families of 9 people killed by Dylann Roof in 2015 and 5 survivors of Charleston shooting will split the money.
The former president denies any wrongdoing and says the charges against him are politically motivated.
Lawmakers want oil firms to quit the American Petroleum Institute.
UN Security Council expresses 'serious concern' over the military coup in Sudan but fails to take stronger action.
Rights advocates say Israel's move is a dangerous escalation in its campaign to silence Palestinian civil society.
Employers offering fatter paycheques and remote work opportunities are scoring points with US job seekers.
According to the decision, all property and interests belonging to the three men in the United States will be blocked.
Moldova has declared a state of emergency over gas crunch after Russian supplier Gazprom raised prices.
Journalists found guilty of 'abusing democratic rights and freedoms to infringe upon the interests of the state'.
Biden unveiled a pared down social services package he says will unite the party, hours before departing for G20, COP26.
FBI agents to be assigned to corporate misconduct, prosecutors urged to be bold in holding companies accountable.
The benefits of regional integration include growth spillovers, larger markets, and production scale economies.
Gov't says attack hit a factory in Mekelle used by TPLF but hospital, rebel sources say a residential area was hit.
Covid-19 cases, surging inflation and ebbing federal financial lifelines are weighing on the US economic recovery.
In response to court ruling, US President Joe Biden's administration plans to restart a policy it tried to end.
MPs from President Michel Aoun's party reiterate objections to early polls amid rising political tensions.
President Biden promised to confront white supremacy but past notions on race persist – and flourish – among Americans.