In what appears to be a sensational confession during an interview with Ukrainian TV channel 1+1, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stated that he was the one who busted a high-profile special operation to detain militants of the Wagner priv...
Mercedes-Benz USA said on Thursday sensitive personal information of nearly 1,000 customers and interested buyers was inadvertently made accessible on a cloud storage platform.
The United States plans to evacuate at least some Afghan interpreters who have worked with US forces before the full withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, a senior official said Thursday.
This historical and political game depicts the events that took place in the 17th century in the Zaporozhian Army, or Hetmanate. Hetmanate was the state that encompassed a great part of the Ukrainian ethnic territories at that time. The events tak...
Russia's foreign ministry on Thursday summoned the British ambassador to "strongly protest" what it said was a British ship's violation of its territory.
A high-rise oceanfront apartment block near Miami Beach partially collapsed early Thursday, killing at least one person and leaving 99 unaccounted for, with fears the death count may rise much higher...
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has imposed sanctions against Dmytro Firtash, a powerful tycoon indicted by the United States for corruption.
Uproar over discriminatory law as 27 EU leaders meet for summit in Brussels
London Letter: Stripped-down city feels empty as tourists and office toilers stay away
US president concedes that ‘none of us got all that we wanted’ in bipartisan agreement
Macron joins Merkel in calling for an EU-wide quarantine requirement for visitors from Britain
A Russian military helicopter on a training flight crashed on Thursday evening near Saint Petersburg, killing three people, local authorities said.
US President Joe Biden on Thursday called the closure of Hong Kong's Apple Daily tabloid a "sad day for media freedom" and said it signaled "intensifying repression" by China.
An AP analysis of available government data shows "breakthrough" infections in fully vaccinated people accounted for fewer than 1,200 of more than 853,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations
Questioning the impartiality of Nepal President in the May 22 dissolution of the House of Representatives, lawyers representing petitioners against the move have argued that her actions make it clear...
Court finds Trump lawyer made ‘demonstrably misleading statements’
Acting Bulgarian Interior Minister Boyko Rashkov has said that the authorities are investigating 14 cases of foreign nationals receiving illegal kidney transplants in Bulgaria.
A New York court punished Rudy Giuliani for repeatedly pushing Donald Trump's false claims about election fraud.
Top politicians and police chiefs reject comparisons to killing of George Floyd in US
The World Health Organization (WHO) forecasts that people most vulnerable to COVID-19, such as the elderly, will need to get an annual vaccine booster to be protected against variants, an internal...