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Over two dozen civilians killed in DR Congo rebel attack

More than two dozen civilians have been killed by militiamen in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s volatile east.
Underwater photography contest winners

Underwater photography contest winners

Works of winners of 2017 Underwater Photography are shown below.
US stance on two-state solution worrying: French FM

US stance on two-state solution worrying: French FM

French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault has criticized US President Donald Trump for dropping Washington's commitment to a so-called two-state solution to the Israeli-
NATO to boost naval presence in Black Sea: Secretary general

NATO to boost naval presence in Black Sea: Secretary general

NATO has announced new plans to beef up its presence in the Black Sea, in a move almost certain to draw Russian ire.
2016 National Geographic finalists

2016 National Geographic finalists

Works of National Geographic finalist photographers selected by the World Press Photo's 60th annual photography contest.
OSCE: Donbass civilians experience undue suffering amid ongoing hostilities

OSCE: Donbass civilians experience undue suffering amid ongoing hostilities

Disregard of the parties to the Ukrainian conflict for the rules of international humanitarian law infringes on the living conditions of civilians on both sides of the contact line, with people being deprived of basic rights, a report issued Thursday by OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine said.
Photos of hunting a gazelle by a panther

Photos of hunting a gazelle by a panther

An African panther is trying to grab a gazelle in Tanzania.
World of owls

World of owls

A series of photos from mysterious world of owls
Wild life in pictures

Wild life in pictures

A bear is playing with her two 4-months bears in Alaska.

Snow in Europe in photos

A cold snap has brought snow to countries including Greece, Serbia and Italy.
FAO: Global sugar, cereals prices climb in January

FAO: Global sugar, cereals prices climb in January

The FAO Food Price Index rose notably in January, led by sugar and cereals, even as global markets remain well supplied.