Day: April 3, 2022

US Calls Reports of Many Killed in Mali ‘Extremely Disturbing’

WASHINGTON — The United States is following “extremely disturbing accounts” of large numbers of people killed in a village in central Mali, State Department spokesperson Ned Price said on Sunday.Mali’s military said on Saturday that it had killed more …

Pope Evokes Malta’s Welcome of St. Paul In Migrant Appeal

VALLETTA, MALTA — Pope Francis visited the grotto Sunday where St. Paul lived after washing up on Malta, recalling the welcome the apostle received and urging better treatment of modern-day arrivals on the Mediterranean island.On the final day of his w…

Barcelona: Spotify linked to Camp Nou for at least 12 years

Madrid, Barcelona’s general assembly ratified the agreement with Spotify on Sunday, with the club calling it the greatest sponsorship deal in its history and saying the brand will be linked to the Camp Nou Stadium for at least 12 seasons.The agreement,…

Napoli beats Atalanta 3-1 to go top of Serie A

Rome, Lorenzo Insigne scored one and set up another to help Napoli win at Atalanta 3-1 and move level with AC Milan at the top of Serie A on Sunday, said APInsigne, who is leaving Napoli at the end of the season after 15 years to join Toronto FC in

Cameroon Advocates Education for Children With Autism

YAOUNDE — Cameroon observed World Autism Awareness Day Saturday with rights groups advocating for autistic children to be given an education. Supporters say autistic children often can’t go to school because autism is falsely believed to be a result of…

How China’s Tiktok, Facebook Influencers Push Propaganda

WASHINGTON — To her 1.4 million followers on social media, Vica Li says she is a “life blogger” and “food lover” who wants to teach her fans about China so they can travel the country with ease.”Through my lens, I will take you around China, take you i…