The Ukrainian government is examining the circumstances that have led to the escalation.
Firoze Manji, the former Africa program director for Amnesty International, said one of the big problems with groups such as WE is that they aren't accountable to the people they claim to serve.
``We urge the South side to immediately halt the intrusion across the military demarcation line in the West Sea that may lead to escalation of tensions,'' the official Korean Central News Agency said. ``It arouses our due vigilance as it may lead ...
Polls have opened in Romania's local elections that are seen as a key test for the country’s minority-led government.
While it's true that more testing will inevitably uncover more cases, 'what's happening now is not the same as what happened back in March,' said one expert.
The sides accuse each other of provocation.
Hundreds of people have staged a protest in Kyrgyzstan’s capital Bishkek after a leaked video appeared to show a prominent politician suggesting that the former Soviet republic should reconsider its independence.
Several people killed in clashes with militants in the north of the country
Pakistani police say 15 people were killed, including children, after a passenger van overturned and caught fire on a highway.
Former Audi boss Rupert Stadler on Wednesday becomes the first to stand trial in Germany over the "dieselgate" emissions scandal, five years after parent company VW admitted responsibility.
Keir Starmer ahead by four points on who would be better prime minister
Sixteen workers died and one is in a critical condition after being trapped underground in a coal mine in southwest China on Sunday, reported state broadcaster CCTV.
Former Telegraph editor Charles Moore reportedly in line for BBC chairman job
A lone whale was rescued from among hundreds of carcasses Sunday, taking to 110 the number of creatures that survived a mass stranding in southern Australia.
The total number is nearing 200,000.
Ukraine ranks 25th with 200,566 cases.
Indian army says its troops ‘befittingly’ responded to Pakistani firing
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian said neighboring Azerbaijan attacked civilian settlements in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region.
The injured have been rushed to hospital.
People in the crowd also chanted "No Justice, No peace" as cars honked along a busy downtown artery in this Kentucky city that has seen more than 120 days of demonstrations over the death of the 26-year-old Black woman in a police raid gone wrong.
North Korea said it was searching for the body of a South Korean man killed by its troops, but warned that South Korean naval operations in the area threatened to raise tensions, state media reported...
Authorities in Canada have arrested and charged a man with making repeated false claims that he had traveled to Syria to join the ISIS and carried out grisly crimes, they announced.
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Belarusian Foreign Minister Uladzimer Makey has accused Western countries of interfering in the country’s internal affairs to foment “chaos and anarchy” amid weeks of protests following last month's disputed presidential election.
The Houthi administration suspended all UN and humanitarian flights into Sanaa on Sept. 9.