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A Chinese man who treated colleagues injured in a deadly earthquake and then got lost in the mountains was found 17 days later, according to state media.
This is a first in the history of Northern Ireland, marked by interreligious conflicts: Catholics should come out in the majority of the last census in the British province, the results of which are published Thursday, a development with heavy political implications.
Seventeen people have been killed in Iran since demonstrations began six days ago to protest the death of Masha Amini, a woman detained by vice police.
A Sudanese court has dismissed charges of apostasy against four former Muslim converts to Christianity, recalling that apostasy is no longer considered a crime in Sudan.
The UN secretary-general called on Thursday to investigate the "catalogue of cruelties" taking place in Ukraine, during a meeting of the Security Council on "impunity" for crimes committed since the invasion of the country by Russia.