Kim’s daughter called the “cutest” kid in the 2nd look

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea’s leader took his daughter to meet rocket scientists in his second public appearance, with state media calling him Kim Jong Un’s “favorite” child, deepening outside debate over whether he is. was prepared as its successor. Kim’s second child, who is believed to be Ju Ae and is about … Read more

The Brazilian shooter wore a swastika and planned the attack for 2 years

A former student who killed three people and wounded 13 at two schools in Brazil, armed with a semi-automatic pistol and a revolver, had a swastika affixed to his vest and had been planning attacks for two years. The shooting happened Friday at a public school with elementary and middle school students and a private … Read more

A glimpse of Arab unity at the World Cup after years of discontent

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Arabs in the divided Middle East found something to celebrate shortly after Saudi Arabia’s Salem Aldawsari tapped the ball into the back of the net from inside the penalty area to seal a World Cup win against Argentina. . Such Arab unity is hard to come by and it comes and … Read more

Lake seeks election records in lawsuit against Arizona county

PHOENIX (AP) – Kari Lake, the losing Republican candidate for Arizona governor, has filed a public records lawsuit demanding Maricopa County turn over various documents related to the election. Lake refused to concede his loss to Democrat Katie Hobbs, drawing attention to voters in Arizona’s largest county who for weeks say they face long lines … Read more

Security check after protesters shut down Berlin air traffic

BERLIN (AP) — German authorities were reviewing security measures at Berlin airport on Friday, a day after six climate activists occupied the grounds and briefly grounded flights. Germany’s dpa news agency quoted a spokesman for Berlin Brandenburg Airport as saying Thursday’s incident was being reviewed to determine what further measures could be taken. Police said … Read more

10 people died in an apartment fire in Xinjiang, northwest China

BEIJING (AP) — Ten people have been killed and nine others injured in a fire at an apartment building in northwest China’s Xinjiang region. The fire broke out on Thursday night in the regional capital Urumqi, where temperatures dropped below freezing after dark. It took about three hours to extinguish the fire. All of the … Read more

EU-Med forum: South needs investment, immigration policies

MADRID (AP) – The European Union’s foreign policy chief said Thursday that more investment and policies to regulate immigration are needed for southern Mediterranean countries hit hard by food and energy crises stemming from Russia’s war in Ukraine. Speaking at the 7th regional forum of the Mediterranean Union, which brought together delegations from 43 countries, … Read more

El Salvador announced new anti-gang measures

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — El Salvador’s president announced Wednesday that he would close parts of the city in search of street gang members, the latest phase of an increasingly tough nine-month crackdown on crime. President Nayib Bukele told a meeting attended by 14,000 army soldiers that certain sectors of cities in El Salvador … Read more

Family of HIV-positive heart donor meets recipient

NEW YORK (AP) – A woman who received a new lease on life after a bare-heart transplant between an HIV-positive donor and recipient has met the family of the woman who gave it to her and gave them a chance to hear. the heart of loved ones beats in their new home. On Tuesday, Miriam … Read more

Kurdish forces are preparing to repel Turkey’s land invasion

QAMISHLI, Syria (AP) – The commander of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces in northeastern Syria says his group is ready to repel a Turkish ground invasion. SDF chief Mazlum Abdi told the Associated Press that his group is preparing for another such attack after Turkey launched a ground offensive in the region in 2019, and … Read more