The step is intended to cushion a growing energy crisis in Europe but could upend the country’s plans to become the first industrial power to shutter its program.
After three years of debate, Chileans voted against a new constitution that would have legalized abortion, adopted universal health care and enacted more than 100 rights.
Police searches and the roar of helicopters disrupt the routine in a rural stretch of Saskatchewan.
The bombing in Kabul, which also left 4 Afghan civilians dead, was the first strike on a diplomatic mission since the Taliban regained control.
Palestinian militants killed 11 Israeli athletes at the Olympic Games in 1972. Decades later Germany asked the victims’ families for forgiveness for not keeping the delegation safe.
Political candidate under fire for allegedly changing last name to align with Conaway family’s political dynasty
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