Sudan’s internet access disrupted ahead of anti-coup rallies

Sudan’s internet access disrupted ahead of anti-coup rallies

Placeholder while article actions load CAIRO — Sudanese security forces shot and killed six people during anti-coup protests Thursday, a medical group said as thousands marched to denounce the country’s… Read more
Russia-Ukraine live updates: Russian forces withdraw from Snake Island; NATO summit wraps up

Russia-Ukraine live updates: Russian forces withdraw from Snake Island; NATO summit wraps up

Aerial footage released by the Ukrainian military on June 27 shows strikes on Snake Island in the Black Sea. (Video: Operational Command South via Storyful) Updated June 30, 2022 at… Read more
Lawyer for convicted Paris attacker questions harsh sentence

Lawyer for convicted Paris attacker questions harsh sentence

Placeholder while article actions load PARIS — The lawyer for the only surviving attacker from the November 2015 terrorist massacre in Paris criticized her client’s murder conviction and life prison… Read more
Afghan Taliban hold 1st major clerical meetup since takeover

Afghan Taliban hold 1st major clerical meetup since takeover

Placeholder while article actions load ISLAMABAD — Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers held a gathering Thursday of some 3,000 Islamic clerics and tribal elders for the first time since seizing power in… Read more
Black and Hispanic murders are less likely to be solved | The reasons why are complicated

Black and Hispanic murders are less likely to be solved | The reasons why are complicated

DALLAS (CBSDFW.com) – Outside the Miller home in southeast Dallas, you can see 1-year-old Rory Norman still flashing the dimples his mother gave him. ” It feels like yesterday. Ebony… Read more
You can watch Ketanji Jackson being sworn into the Supreme Court as a justice

You can watch Ketanji Jackson being sworn into the Supreme Court as a justice

Washington — Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn as an associate justice of the Supreme Court on Thursday, officially taking her place in history as the first Black woman to serve… Read more
John Visentin, CEO of Xerox, dies suddenly at 59

John Visentin, CEO of Xerox, dies suddenly at 59

. John Visentin was a tech executive who assumed the role of CEO at Xerox in 2004. The company said that Visentin died suddenly on Tuesday from complications. He was… Read more
A radio station played Rage Against the Machine songs for longer than a single day.

A radio station played Rage Against the Machine songs for longer than a single day.

A Vancouver station, Canada, played Rage Against the Machine’s song “Killing in the Name”, for several hours beginning Tuesday. The 1992 track was played on loop until at least Wednesday… Read more
Israel medic group founder mired in sex abuse scandal dies

Israel medic group founder mired in sex abuse scandal dies

Placeholder while article actions load JERUSALEM — Yehuda Meshi-Zahav, a prominent member of Israel’s ultra-Orthodox community who founded a volunteer paramedic service before his reputation came crashing down in a… Read more
Live updates | NATO leaders guarded by 10,000 Spanish police

Live updates | NATO leaders guarded by 10,000 Spanish police

Placeholder while article actions load MADRID — The Latest on the NATO summit in Madrid: NATO country leaders and European Union heads of state and government got to admire some… Read more