FOXNews : world
21h05 05  mars
Iran opposition shines light on century of oppression with new film
Amy Kellogg
The world tends to look at Iran in the context of pre-revolution and post. But according to former Iranian diplomat Mehrdad Khonsari, there is a neat 100-year mark useful for evaluating the country in terms of where it stands and where it should or could be.
13h32
New Zealand sees 8.1 magnitude earthquake, lifts tsunami warnings following series of quakes
Peter Aitken
The island mainly saw structural damage despite the significant strength of the earthquakes.
12h35
Pope begins first-ever papal visit to Iraq, urges Christians to help rebuild country
Peter Aitken
Iraqi security forces view the visit as an opportunity to show the world the improvements to the country.
10h03
Ship appears to float through sky in photo taken off England’s Cornish coast
Brie Stimson
A man in England taking pictures of Cornwall’s coastline, snapped a photo this week of what at first appeared to be a ship floating through the clouds.
09h33
Pope Francis goes to Iraq to rally fading Christians amid pandemic
Greg Palkot
Pope Francis heads to Iraq on Friday to urge the country’s dwindling number of Christians to stay put and help rebuild the country after years of war and persecution, brushing aside the coronavirus pandemic and security concerns to make his first-ever papal visit.
09h16
YouTube removes 5 channels run by Burma military for violating community standards
Samuel Chamberlain
YouTube has removed five channels run by Burmaâ s military for violating its community guidelines and terms of service.
01h44
North Korean nuclear activity detected, possibly extracting plutonium
Trey Yingst
North Korea could be at it again. New activity has been detected at the Yonbyong nuclear site north of Pyongyang.
01h36
Ahead of Pope visit, survivor recalls Christian church massacre in Iraq
Yonat Friling
Six Al Qaeda-linked militants stormed and seized the church, killing dozens inside. At the time, the Oct. 31, 2010 attack was the bloodiest in a drumbeat of violence that Iraq’s Christians suffered during the brutal sectarian warfare following the 2003 U.S. invasion.
01h31
Agency cancels Hawaii tsunami watch after huge Pacific quake
Lucas Tomlinson
The U.S. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center cancelled a tsunami watch Thursday for Hawaii that was issued after a huge earthquake occurred in a remote area between New Zealand and Tonga.
22h49 04  mars
China has ’closing window of opportunity’ to reach its geopolitical goals: Gordon Chang
Brie Stimson
Chinese President Xi Jinping faces a closing window of opportunity to acheive his geopolitical objectives, author and China expert Gordon Chang told The Story Thursday.
20h13
Israel updating plans to strike Iranian nuclear sites, Israeli defense minister tells Fox News
David Aaro
The Israeli military is updating plans to strike Iranian nuclear sites and is prepared to act independently, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz told Fox News.
17h19
COVID-19 strikes 2 US Navy warships moored in Bahrain, at least 40 infected
Bradford Betz
Two American warships continued to be out of action in Bahrain on Thursday amid heightened tensions with Iran following a spate of rocket attacks on American troops in Iraq and a U.S. airstrike in Syria late last week.
13h43
Oil spill into Mediterranean may have Iran connection, Israel says
Audrey Conklin
The spill caused extensive damage and forced the closure of beaches and a ban on seafood sales.
13h21
New Zealand man charged over threats to Christchurch mosques
A New Zealand man is facing criminal charges after allegedly posting online threats against two Christchurch mosques that were the sites of a terrorist attack that left 51 people dead.
10h36
Indian father arrested for allegedly beheading daughter, 17: report
A man was reportedly arrested in India this week for allegedly beheading his 17-year-old daughter because he didn’t approve of the man she was apparently dating.
08h44
Burma experiences bloodiest day since coup; at least 38 dead: UN
At least 38 people were killed during protests in Burma Wednesday, as violence escalated against opponents of last month’s military coup, according to a U.N. official.
06h31
Sweden: Terrorism eyed after ax attack injures 8
A man armed with an ax attacked and injured eight people in a southern Swedish town Wednesday before being shot and arrested, police said.
00h49
Horrific video shows Bolivian university students falling to their death after metal rail collapses
At least seven college students in Bolivia fell to their death Tuesday after a metal railing broke on the fourth floor of a university building.
15h15 03  mars
Migrants wear Biden T-shirts at US-Mexico border, demand clearer policies
Migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border on Tuesday were photographed wearing T-shirts in support of President Biden at the San Ysidro crossing port in Tijuana, Baja California state.
13h54
Pope Francis will still travel to Iraq despite rocket attack: ’We can’t disappoint’
Pope Francis is pushing ahead with the first papal trip to Iraq despite rising coronavirus infections, hoping to encourage the country’s dwindling number of Christians who were violently persecuted during the Islamic State’s insurgency while seeking to boost ties with the Shiite Muslim world.