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After a lifetime of preparation, Charles takes the throne

Charles, the oldest person to ever assume the British throne,
By Ap News Sep. 9, 2022

The prime ministers who served under Queen Elizabeth II

When Elizabeth’s father died in 1952, Churchill initially complained that she was “only a child.
By Ap News Sep. 9, 2022

‘Official’ Twitter tag for some users appears, then vanishes

‘Official’ Twitter tag for some users appears, then vanishes
By Ap News Nov. 9, 2022

FIFA lifts 9-month ban of Kenyan football federation

Football governing body FIFA has notified the Football Kenya Federation (FKF).
By Ap News Nov. 28, 2022

‘Gaslighting’ is Merriam-Webster’s word of the year for 2022

Lookups for the word on merriam-webster.com increased 1,740% in 2022 over the year before.
By Ap News Nov. 28, 2022

Morocco reaches World Cup semifinals, tops Portugal, Ronaldo

Morocco will play either France or England in the semifinals.
By Ap News Dec. 10, 2022

Morocco to host Club World Cup

FIFA president Gianni Infantino said the intended change was “making it really like a World Cup.”
By Ap News Dec. 16, 2022

Madagascar, Mozambique set for “dangerous” Cyclone Freddy

A cyclone which is intensifying as it approaches the southeastern African coast has been labeled as “dangerous” by the United Nation’s weather agency .
By Ap News Feb. 22, 2023

Biden to meet eastern flank NATO leaders amid Russia worries

President Joe Biden is wrapping up his whirlwind, four-day visit to Poland and Ukraine by reassuring eastern flank NATO allies that his administration is highly attuned to the looming threats.
By Ap News Feb. 22, 2023

Bruce Willis has frontotemporal dementia. What is FTD?

Bruce Willis’ family has announced that he has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia.
By Ap News Feb. 22, 2023

What is Section 230, the rule that made the modern internet?

Twenty-six words tucked into a 1996 law overhauling telecommunications have allowed companies like Facebook, Twitter and Google to grow into the giants they are today.
By Ap News Feb. 22, 2023

Meta testing new subscription service for verified accounts

Meta is testing a new subscription service that would let Facebook and Instagram users pay for a verified account.
By Ap News Feb. 22, 2023

How to keep your Twitter account secure without paying

 Twitter users were greeted early Saturday with an ultimatum from the social media app.
By Ap News Feb. 22, 2023

Australia wins Cup of Nations women’s soccer tournament

Australia remained unbeaten to win the Cup of Nations women’s soccer tournament on Wednesday with a 3-0 victory over Jamaica.
By Ap News Feb. 22, 2023

Barcelona without Pedri and Dembélé for Man United game

Barcelona will be without some of its regular starters for the return match against Manchester United in the Europa League.
By Ap News Feb. 22, 2023

Haiti, Portugal qualify for Women’s World Cup for 1st time

Haiti and Portugal qualified for the FIFA Women’s World Cup finals for the first time after winning playoff matches Wednesday in New Zealand.
By Ap News Feb. 22, 2023

Bird flu kills 11-year-old girl in Cambodia, officials say

An 11-year-old girl in Cambodia has died from bird flu in the country’s first known human H5N1 infection since 2014, health officials said.
By Ap News Feb. 23, 2023

Russia’s sports exile persists 1 year after invading Ukraine

One year after the invasion of Ukraine began, Russia’s reintegration into the world of sports threatens to create the biggest rift in the Olympic movement
By Ap News Feb. 23, 2023

Jill Biden sees East Africa drought up close, seeks more aid

U.S. first lady Jill Biden got an up-close look Sunday at the historic East Africa drought as she walked along arid land.
By Ap News Feb. 27, 2023

Macao eases COVID mask mandate as virus situation stabilizes

Macao, the world’s biggest gambling hub, has eased its requirements for people to wear masks.
By Ap News Feb. 27, 2023

Huawei dominates MWC mobile tech fair despite US sanctions

A contingent of Chinese companies led by technology giant Huawei is turning the world’s biggest wireless trade fair into an opportunity to show their muscle .
By Ap News Feb. 27, 2023

UN chief points to ‘massive’ rights violations in Ukraine

Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has triggered “the most massive violations of human rights” in the world today.
By Ap News Feb. 27, 2023

White House: No more TikTok on gov’t devices within 30 days

The White House is giving all federal agencies 30 days to wipe TikTok off all government devices.
By Ap News Feb. 28, 2023

Coronavirus origins still a mystery 3 years into pandemic

A crucial question has eluded governments and health agencies around the world since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
By Ap News Feb. 28, 2023

Jerry Springer, politician-turned-TV ringmaster, dies at 79

Springer died peacefully at home in suburban Chicago after a brief illness, the statement said
By Ap News Apr. 27, 2023

Hillsong Church founder Brian Houston found not guilty of concealing his father’s child sex crimes

Sengstock told reporters outside court that the verdict blamed him for the church’s failure to report the elder Houston to police.
By Ap News Aug. 17, 2023

Spanish soccer player Jenni Hermoso accuses Luis Rubiales of sexual assault for World Cup kiss

Spain’s government, players’ unions, players and many citizens have come out in support of Hermoso. Rubiales, meanwhile, has become a soccer outcast even while he refuses to resign.
By Ap News Sep. 6, 2023

African Union becomes permanent member of G-20

The African Union has advocated for full membership for seven years, spokesperson Ebba Kalondo said. Until now, South Africa was the bloc’s only G20 member.
By Ap News Sep. 9, 2023

Nobel in medicine goes to 2 scientists whose work enabled creation of mRNA vaccines against COVID-19

The remainder (38%) is from the Diaspora, primarily in South Africa, Botswana, the UK, Australia, and Canada.
By Ap News Oct. 2, 2023

Movie Review: St4llone, St4tham are back in ‘Expend4bles,’ yet another expend4ble sequel

Gravity is setting in throughout “Expend4bles,” a movie whose most enticing mystery is not the secret identity of its shadowy villain.
By Ap News Oct. 2, 2023