By Morgan Winsor, ABC News(LONDON) -- Nearly 2,000 inmates have escaped from a prison in southeastern Nigeria after heavily armed gunmen attacked the facility, authorities said.The massive jailbreak occurred before da...

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By Conor Finnegan, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. and Iran are holding indirect talks on Tuesday in what could be the first step toward reviving the 2015 deal that constrains Tehran's nuclear facilities in exchange for sanc...

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By Morgan Winsor, ABC News(LONDON) -- New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Tuesday that her country will open a travel bubble with Australia in less than two weeks.Quarantine-free travel between the nei...

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By Erin Schumaker, ABC News(GENEVA) -- The World Health Organization criticized Europe's sluggish vaccine rollout as "unacceptably slow" in a recent statement, pointing to the low rate of Europeans who have been fully vaccina...

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By Guy Davies, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Jordan’s government has said that a coup attempt centered on former Crown Prince Hamzah bin Hussein, the half-brother of the current monarch King Abdullah II, was foiled on Sunday, with...

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By Morgan Winsor, ABC News(LONDON) -- India has seen "an alarming rate of growth of COVID-19 cases and deaths" in recent weeks, the prime minister's office said Sunday.More than 12.3 million people in India have been...

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By Morgan Winsor, ABC News(LONDON) -- A group of people were arrested in Dubai on Saturday over widely-shared images that showed women posing naked on a high-rise balcony in the city, police said.Photographs and video...

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By Meredith Deliso and Zoe Magee, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- More than a year into the coronavirus pandemic, children the world over have adapted to a new normal that often has meant wearing masks in public, connecting with family...

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BY: ERIN SCHUMAKER, ABC NEWS (RIO DE JANEIRO) — In Brazil, the new epicenter of the world's COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals are overflowing, health care workers are stretched beyond their limits and ce...

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BY: HATEM MAHER, ABC NEWS (CAIRO) — Nearly a century and a half after entering Egypt labeled as salted fish due to their obscurity, nearly two dozen Egyptian mummies were celebrated in a grand parade in Cairo on...

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By Aicha El Hammar Castano, Kirit Radia and Morgan Winsor, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- As Brazil emerges as an epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic with an outbreak that is virtually unchecked, the country's regional neighbors are...

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By Morgan Winsor, ABC News(LONDON) -- At least 43 children have been reportedly killed by armed forces in Myanmar in the two months since the military junta seized power, according to international humanitarian group Save the...

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By Karson Yiu, ABC News(HONG KONG) -- At least 54 people are reported dead after a passenger train derailed in a tunnel near the city of Hualien in eastern Taiwan, according to local authorities. The crash is the worst rail d...

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By Hatem Maher, ABC News(CAIRO) -- A Suez Canal blockage disturbing global markets, two trains colliding with each other, a garment factory blaze and a residential building collapse all came hot on the heels of Egypt's announ...

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