Sri Lanka's government announces significant cuts in fuel prices amid economic crisis
Sri Lanka is in the midst of the worst economic crisis in the countries history. The country's government announced that there would be a significant cut in fuel prices.
Chinese college nudges students to 'enjoy love' during extended spring break amid falling birthrates
Amid a declining birth rate, the Chinese government is looking to boost ways to increase the communist country's lower birth rate and overcome its negative population growth.
WATCH: Sharks swarm offshore of popular tourist beach as beachgoers keep distance
A tourism ban in 2018 and the subsequent COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 helped the sharks native to the Maya Bay return and thrive, creating a problem for Thailand's tourism.
Kamala Harris set to unveil $1 billion plan in Ghana to promote women’s economic empowerment
In Ghana, Vice President Kamala Harris will reveal a $1 billion plan to help bolster the country's economy as Washington looks to build relationships across Africa.
China threatens to take 'resolute countermeasures' over meeting between Taiwan's Tsai, House Speaker McCarthy
The Chinese government has threatened to take action should the U.S. and Taiwan go through with allowing House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen to meet.
14 Cameroonians rescued after boat capsizes in Caribbean, killing 3
At least 14 Cameroonians were rescued from Caribbean waters after their boat capsized off St. Kitts' coast, with 3 others dead and 13 unaccounted for.
Pakistan bows out of US-led summit in potential move to woo China
Pakistan's Foreign Ministry announced Tuesday that the nation will not participate in this week's U.S.-led Summit for Democracy, from which China was disinvited.
Netanyahu throws shade on Biden after president says he’s ‘very concerned’ about Israel’s judicial reforms
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday appeared to push back against President Biden's criticism of Israel's planned judicial reforms.
France refuses to extradite far-left Italian terrorists who have eluded justice since 1980s
A French court has declined to extradite ten convicted left-wing terrorists to their native Italy for their roles in decades-old attacks.
German police arrest man who attacked 3 people with hand grenade, knife
German police officers arrested a man Saturday who attacked three people with a hand grenade and a knife. The man detonated the grenade in the entrance of an apartment on Friday night.
Mossad thwarts 'imminent' attack on Jewish restaurant in Greece, 'extensive' loss of life
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that Mossad helped Greek authorities thwart a planned attack on at least one Jewish site in Athens.
African pirates hijack oil tanker, capture 16 crewmembers off Congolese coast
Pirates have reportedly seized a Liberian-flagged oil tanker off the coast of Port Pointe-Noire, Congo, with 16 crewmembers aboard. Its current location is unknown.
El Salvador’s gang crackdown stretches to one-year mark with no sign of slowing
El Salvador on Tuesday surpassed the one-year mark since the gang-ridden nation began cracking down on organized crime under emergency powers originally intended to last one month.
China installs new ambassador in North Korea, one of few in the country
The People's Republic of China has appointed a new ambassador to North Korea, one of the few foreign ministries with the privilege of operating out of Pyongyang.
French protests intensify in test for Macron; police bolster security amid warnings radicals seek 'to destroy'
More than 13,000 police were deployed across France Tuesday amid warnings radicals among those protesting President Emmanuel Macron's pension reforms seek "to destroy, injure and kill."
French prosecutors raid Paris big banks in tax fraud sweep
French authorities searched the headquarters of five banks in Paris Tuesday as part of a sweeping tax fraud probe authorities say spans four continents and could involve 1,500 suspects.
Ethiopia’s PM announces outreach to outlawed rebel group in Oromia
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister announced Tuesday his administration is attempting to talk to an outlawed rebel group in Oromia. The Ethiopian government is seeking to end the conflict.
Bomb threats close dozens of Bulgaria schools for 2nd consecutive day
Bomb threats in Bulgaria led to closing dozens of schools for a second consecutive day. The bomb threats are believed to be linked to a hacker group involved in political extremism.
ReProm Dress Exchange
The Dearborn County Recycling Center will host the 11th annual ReProm Dress Exchange from February through April.at Dearborn County Recycling Center
Learn the Bagpipes or Highland Drumming
The 35th Indiana Pipes and Drums are looking for those interested in learning how to play Bagpipes or Highland Drumming. No musical experieance needed, all age...at Lawrenceburg Fire Station #2
St. Louis Weekly Bingo
Join us for weekly Bingo - Every Thursday night at St. Louis School in Batesville. * Early Birds start 7pm / Regular Games start 7:30pm * $100 Game Payouts; ...at St. Louis Catholic School
The new site at the Sunman Area Life Squad Building brings the total of baby boxes in the ninth district to 20.
Signarama has twice won first place at the Opening Day Parade.
The project is scheduled to last through April 14.
South Dearborn softball opened the season with a win on Monday.
Harrison's softball team will also be in action on Opening Night of the showcase.
Robb Reel playing
Tom T. Hall - Old Dogs, Children, and Watermelon Wine