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Suspects in foiled Passover attack appear in Greek court

Two men accused of planning a Passover attack on a Jewish center in central Athens appeared in court Friday to answer to terrorism charges.

Vatican says Pope Francis to leave hospital on Saturday

The Vatican says Pope Francis has spent his second night in a Rome hospital serenely as he receives antibiotics intravenously to treat bronchitis.

35 bodies found inside well after collapse at Indian temple

Thirty-five bodies have been found inside a well at a Hindu temple in central India after dozens of people fell into the muddy water when the well’s cover collapsed, officials said Friday.

Death scene in burned Filipino ferry moves rescuers to tears

A Philippine coast guard commander says the tragic scenes of death his team saw aboard a gutted ferry, including adults clutching children, moved them to tears and sparked fears other passengers could be found dead in the still-smoldering ship.

China’s global influence looms over Harris trip to Africa

The global rivalry between the United States and China has been a recurring backdrop during Vice President Kamala Harris’ trip to Africa.

Canadian police say 6 dead found near Quebec border with US

The Akwesasne Mohawk Police Service in Canada says it is investigating the discovery of six bodies in a marshy area near Quebec’s border with New York state.

Ukrainians in a hidden command post see Bakhmut going their way

Hidden in the bowels of an unmarked building, set well back from the fighting, a command center directing operations in the city of Bakhmut was high-tech and humming. Soldiers monitored video screens with live feeds of destroyed buildings and a cratered battlefield.

Russia to keep missile test notices under Cold War-era deal

Russia will continue to give the United States advance notice about its missile tests despite suspending the last remaining nuclear arms treaty between the two countries, a top Russian diplomat said Thursday.