Baby girl survives 80 hours in rubble of building collapse
NAIROBI, Kenya -- Kenyan rescuers found a 1-year-old girl buried in the rubble of a collapsed residential building Tuesday who managed to survive 80 hours trapped in the twisted metal and concrete. The Kenya Red Cross said rescuers found the little ...
Toddler Rescued From Rubble After 80 Hours in Nairobi, Kenya
Baby Rescued Alive from Ruins of Nairobi Building
Toddler found alive four days after building collapsed in Nairobi
Australia Injects a Double Dose of Economic Stimulus
Australia injected a double-dose of stimulus as the government handed down an expansionary budget hours after the central bank eased policy for the first time in a year. Treasurer Scott Morrison forecast a A$37.1 billion ($28 billion) deficit in the 12 ...
Australian government delivers somber election budget for 'extraordinary times'
Australian Budget Focuses on Economic Growth as Election Looms
Budget 2016: Multinationals in crosshairs as Australia extends to UK-style Google Tax
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Media Monitors Report Decline in Global Press Freedom
Voice of America
May 03, 2016 12:49 AM. When journalists and media rights activists gather in Helsinki to mark World Press Freedom day Tuesday, there will be a notable absence: Journalist Khadija Ismayilova, recipient of this year's UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press ...
Press freedom violations undermine African Union's vision of transparency
On World Press Freedom Day, here are 10 ideas for improving Canada's Access to Information law
8 movies honoring journalists on World Press Freedom Day
More violence kills 9 in contested Syrian city of Aleppo
BEIRUT — Syrian rebels and government forces on Tuesday shelled each other's neighborhoods in Aleppo, leaving at least nine dead and scores wounded on both sides as the diplomatic focus moved to Moscow where the U.N. envoy for Syria was to hold ...
UN Envoy Goes to Russia in Bid to Relaunch Syria Cease-fire
Syria conflict: UN presses Russia to help save truce
Russia Declines to Ask Syria to Halt Bombardment of East Aleppo (Video)
Turkey to abolish visas for Greek Cypriots as part of EU deal - Turkish official
ANKARA Greek Cypriots will no longer require visas to visit Turkey under an EU-Turkey agreement on visa liberalization but this does not amount to Turkish recognition of Cyprus, a Turkish official said on Tuesday. Turkey's cabinet has approved waiving ...
Migrant crisis: EU 'to back' visa-free travel for Turkey
Turkey still falls short on human rights
Turks Want to Be Seen as Equals