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In preparation for World AIDS Day on December 1, the France Public Health agency issued its annual report on HIV and sexually transmitted disease (STD) Tuesday, which found that HIV rates remain stubbornly high among gay men while STDs are surging.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas was re-elected to lead the Fatah party Tuesday as the movement opened its first congress since 2009 with talk mounting of who will eventually succeed the 81-year-old.
In a vast exclusion zone in northern Ukraine, the world's largest land-based moving structure has been slid over the Chernobyl nuclear disaster site to stop deadly radiation spewing from the stricken reactor for the next 100 years.
French foreign affairs minister Jean-Marc Ayrault called on Tuesday for an immediate United Nations Security Council meeting to discuss the situation in the Syrian city of Aleppo, which has been devastated by fighting.
As Cuba maintains nine days of mourning following the death of Fidel Castro, thousands have been lining up on Havana’s historic Plaza de la Revolucion to pay their respects to the deceased revolutionary leader.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Tuesday asked parliament to find a way for her to give up power and decide when she should step down amid an influence-peddling scandal, but the opposition said she was just trying to avoid impeachment.
An airplane carrying 81 people, including players from a Brazilian football team heading to Colombia for a regional tournament final, has crashed on its way to Medellin's international airport Tuesday, killing all but six people on board.
For almost ten years, Germany has been trying to boost its low birth rate by implementing one of the world's most expensive family policies. These measures are beginning to show results. For the third year in a row, Germany's birth rate has increased. But is that only because of the government's efforts? Our correspondents report.
Former premier François Fillon won the conservative primary on Sunday to become Les Républicains’ candidate for the 2017 presidential election. A social conservative and a proponent of the free market, he is known as “France’s Margaret Thatcher”.