Log In


Reset Password
Associated Press

Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit slashing 85% of its workforce

Richard Branson's Virgin Orbit is letting go of almost its entire work force with the satellite launch company finding it difficult to secure funding three months after a failed mission. Th...

Russia might put strategic nukes in Belarus, leader says

TALLINN, Estonia (AP) — Russian strategic nuclear weapons might be deployed in Belarus along with part of Russia's tactical nuclear arsenal, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko said Fr...

The president of Belarus says Russian strategic nuclear weapons might be deployed in his country

MINSK, Belarus (AP) — The president of Belarus says Russian strategic nuclear weapons might be deployed in his country. ...

Vatican says Pope Francis will be discharged on Saturday from a Rome hospital

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Vatican says Pope Francis will be discharged on Saturday from a Rome hospital. ...

Russia sends bombs as Ukraine marks grim Bucha anniversary

BUCHA, Ukraine (AP) — Russia used its long-range arsenal to bombard anew several areas of Ukraine on Friday, killing at least two civilians and damaging homes as Ukrainians commemorated the ...

Norway makes country's largest-ever cocaine seizure in Oslo

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Police made the largest-ever cocaine seizure in Norway when they discovered 800 kilograms (1,760 pounds) of the drug in boxes of fruit in Oslo, officials said. Nor...

Biden heads to Mississippi town ravaged by deadly tornado

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Friday will visit a Mississippi town ravaged by a deadly tornado even as a new series of severe storms threatens to rip across the Midwest and the So...

Pirates hold hostage some crew of oil tanker off West Africa

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Several members of the 16-man crew on a Liberia-flagged tanker are being held hostage by pirates who boarded the ship in West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea last week, th...

Europe's inflation eases to 6.9% as energy falls but food up

LONDON (AP) — Inflation in the 20 countries that use the euro currency slowed to 6.9% in March, the lowest level in a year, with food costs still on the rise while energy prices fell, making...

Inflation in European countries using the euro currency drops again to 6.9% in March but still causes pain for consumers

BRUSSELS (AP) — Inflation in European countries using the euro currency drops again to 6.9% in March but still causes pain for consumers. ...

Death scene in burned ferry moves Filipino rescuers to tears

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A Philippine coast guard commander said Friday that the tragic scenes of death his team saw aboard a gutted ferry, including bodies of adults clutching children, h...

King Charles III visits Hamburg on final leg of foreign trip

BERLIN (AP) — King Charles III is boarding a carriage, though not the horse-drawn kind, for the final leg of his three-day visit to Germany, which will bring him and Camilla, the queen conso...
Directory Plus

Search Directory Plus

Find:
Where: