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Foreigners trapped in violence-torn Haiti wait desperately for a way out

Foreigners trapped in violence-torn Haiti wait desperately for a way out

Earlier this week, Haiti’s government extended a state of emergency and nightly curfew
Irish prime minister concedes defeat in vote over woman’s role at home

Irish prime minister concedes defeat in vote over woman’s role at home

Opponents argued that the wording of the changes was poorly thought out
France enshrines abortion as world marks International Women’s Day

France enshrines abortion as world marks International Women’s Day

France became first country to explicitly guarantee abortion rights in its national charter.
Widespread Meta outage raises the uneasy spectre of losing our stories

Widespread Meta outage raises the uneasy spectre of losing our stories

Social media spaces have filled in important space where humans are humans
Iconic Times Square war kiss photo to remain on display after consent debate

Iconic Times Square war kiss photo to remain on display after consent debate

U.S. Veterans Affairs memo saying photo ‘depicts a non-consensual act’ sparks political firestorm
Haley suspends campaign leaving Trump a clear path to Republican nomination

Haley suspends campaign leaving Trump a clear path to Republican nomination

Departure clears Trump to focus solely on his likely rematch in November with Biden
A record 8,565 migrants died last year attempting to flee their homelands: UN

A record 8,565 migrants died last year attempting to flee their homelands: UN

Biggest increase was on the treacherous Mediterranean Sea crossing, to 3,129 from 2,411
EU slaps Apple with nearly $2B fine for music streaming violation

EU slaps Apple with nearly $2B fine for music streaming violation

Antitrust ruling says firm unfairly favoured its own music streaming service over others
Sinead O’Connor’s estate wants Trump to stop playing her music

Sinead O’Connor’s estate wants Trump to stop playing her music

Late singer considered the former president a ‘biblical devil’
After 10 years of trying, a Palestinian woman had twins. An Israeli strike killed them both

After 10 years of trying, a Palestinian woman had twins. An Israeli strike killed them both

Rania Abu Anza’s babies were just five months old when they were killed Saturday