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What we know about the failed coup attempt in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Questions are mounting about a failed coup attempt in the Democratic Republic of the Congo over the weekend that involved several U.S. citizens.

A look at Rahul Gandhi, who is trying to wrest power from India’s most powerful man

Two of the most consequential races in India’s elections involve one man: the opposition leader Rahul Gandhi.

Taiwan’s mandated military training has extended to a year, but some want even more

This year, Taiwan’s young men face a new, extended one year military conscription. Those concerned about the island’s security against China say the conscription isn’t enough.

The ICC is seeking arrest warrants for Hamas and Israeli leaders

The International Criminal Court in The Hague has announced that it is seeking arrest warrants for leaders of both Hamas and Israel – including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

What could be next for Iran after President Raisi’s death

With the death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, many are looking to understand what’s next for the country’s government and citizens.

Iran’s President Dies, What Happens Next?

Iran’s president, foreign minister and other officials have died in a helicopter crash. President Raisi was the top elected official in Iran and seen as a possible successor to the Supreme Leader, who has has ultimate power over the government. We’ll h…

The International Criminal Court is seeking warrants for Israeli and Hamas leaders

The prosecutor at the International Criminal Court in The Hague said he will seek arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant and three Hamas leaders.

What to know about Mohammad Mokhber, who is stepping in as interim president of Iran

Mohammad Mokhber worked in state-affiliated financial organizations before entering politics. He will lead the Iranian government until its presidential election, which must take place within 50 days.

Jacob Zuma banned from running in South Africa’s election

Former South African president Jacob Zuma has been barred from contesting in next week’s elections, South Africa’s top court ruled Monday.

U.S. troops and equipment will leave Niger by mid-September, the Pentagon says

Niger’s decision to kick out American forces dealt a blow to U.S. military operations in the Sahel. U.S. troops and some gear already have begun leaving the country.

Rescuers are searching for a helicopter that was carrying Iran’s president

A helicopter with the Iranian president on board made a “hard landing,” according to state-run media.

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