Experts warn Covid cases are doubling every seven days in England, and could reach 50,000 a day by the middle of October
In a joint statement, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan accused the Trump administration of playing politics and said withholding federal funds would be illegal.
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) summoned a senior official of the Pakistan High Commission on the issue of kidnap of a Sikh girl in Pakistan, according to sources.
A spike in Russian applications was seen after 2014 when the EU first began blacklisting Russians due to the Kremlin's invasion of Ukraine.
Tory MP had said deaths caused by police and soldiers during Troubles were not crimes
Bill would weaken trust in London and cut NI willingness to stay in UK, says former PM
The assistant to the son of Belarusian authoritarian leader Alyaksandr Lukashenka has denied speculative reports she left her job because of anger over police brutality against protesters, including the arrest of her father.
Trump to select late Ginsburg’s replacement amid controversy on action ahead of election
The U.S. ambassador to Kosovo has stressed Washington's commitment to the goal of "full, normal relations" between Serbia and its former region of Kosovo while encouraging compromise on both sides to turn "pledges into the reality."
Occupation of Crimea and military Russian aggression in Donbas prove that the tragic lessons of WW2 have not been learned, the Ukrainian leader noted.
The father of five daughters was hoping for a son, according to police and the victim's family.
Lawyers for Meghan Markle on Monday denied she and her husband Prince Harry collaborated with the authors of a recent book about their life together.
The United States edged close to registering 200,000 Covid-19 deaths on Monday, the latest grim milestone for the country just weeks before voters decide if President Donald Trump stays in office.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday deplored the lack of multilateral solutions to global challenges as he opened a summit for the world body's 75th anniversary.
Late last month, Vitold Fokin voiced a controversial idea on the need to pardon members of Russian proxy forces in Donbas, which prompted NSDC secretary to state that the comment was Fokin's personal opinion, not that of the Ukrainian government.
‘Seasons against us’ as revolt brews among Tory MPs over Johnson’s six months of curbs
The former employee of the month was let go after chasing down a suspect in Burlington, Vt.
Shell now wants to focus its oil and gas production on a few key hubs, including the Gulf of Mexico, Nigeria and the North Sea, the sources said.
Scientists say they believe the defining feature of life in northern waters could shrink even further before the melt season is over.
The bail has been set at UAH 3,001,656, instead of UAH 6 million initially sought by prosecutors.
Call for 19th-century poets who had tumultuous relationship to be reinterred in Paris
President Donald Trump said Monday that he was imposing sanctions on Iranians for violating a UN arms embargo and demanded enforcement by US allies, who roundly dispute that he has any such authority.
The United States has imposed sanctions on more than two dozen people and entities involved in Iran's atomic activities or its missile and conventional weapons programs, as Washington unilaterally seeks to enforce a UN arms embargo against the Mid...
The growing push to reimpose tough new measures in Europe to beat back a scourge that was seemingly under control in the spring contributed to a sharp drop on Wall Street in the morning.
Resumed transmission via the Looping–4 pipe allows customers to import to Ukraine daily up to 27 million cubic meters of guaranteed and up to 15.5 mcm of interruptible capacity.