France’s president told relatives on the 60th anniversary of the 1961 protest by Algerians that ‘crimes’ were committed.
When Melbourne’s lockdown ends this week, it will have been under six lockdowns totalling 262 days since March 2020.
Neglect of Palestinians in Israel fuels killing spree
The Palestinian community in Israel has fallen victim to a murder rate two times higher than Jewish areas.
Iran’s ex-central bank chief and officials sentenced to prison
Judiciary said the officials’ illegal distribution scheme hurt Iran’s economy at a time of hardship under US pressure.
FESPACO 2021: African film lovers come together in Ouagadougou
Pan-African festival opens in Burkina Faso’s capital months after being delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Tens of thousands demonstrate in Rome against fascism
Protest comes a week after extreme right-wing supporters broke into the headquarters of Italy’s labour confederation.
Turkey’s Erdogan praises Merkel for ‘taking responsibility’
In farewell visit to Turkey, outgoing chancellor says security and independence of both countries depend on each other.
Russia exceeds 1,000 daily COVID deaths for first time
An official tally also showed 33,208 new infections, a high for fatalities and cases for the third day in a row.