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Her Australian quartet recorded 1960s hits such as "Georgy Girl." Her admirers included Elton John, who once said she had "the purest voice in popular music."
With a monthly inflation rate of 7.4% in July, the highest number in two decades, Argentina is cementing its position among the countries with the world’s highest inflation rates
With graves marked only with numbers, not names, burial services were held for 11 more unidentified bodies found in Bucha
Four Indian soldiers and two suspected militants have been killed after rebels stormed a military camp in disputed Kashmir
An international media watchdog has urged Pakistan to free a TV news director arrested the previous day over an alleged anti-army broadcast and return the station on air
A second firefighter has died in Cuba, where crews have controlled a massive blaze that began last week at a key oil storage facility amid a deepening energy crisis
Hundreds of Guatemalans set out from various points of the capital to protest alleged corruption by a deeply unpopular government, the high cost of living and attacks on freedom of expression
The United Nations chief is calling for an immediate end to all military activity around Europe’s largest nuclear power plant in southeastern Ukraine, warning that any damage could lead to “catastrophic consequences” in the region and beyond
Beijing's beachhead in the Solomon Islands has sparked fears of a loss of sovereignty and warnings of trouble ahead in the strategically located country.
Aine Davis was arrested at Luton Airport, north of London, on Wednesday after being deported by Turkish authorities.
A Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman said talks on a prisoner exchange were ongoing, but warned the United States against conducting diplomacy in public.
A Lebanese security official says a man armed with a shotgun has broken into a Beirut bank, holding employees hostage and threatening to set himself ablaze with gasoline unless he receives his trapped savings