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.
A court in Kazakhstan has arrested a pro-Russian blogger for two months pending trial on suspicion of inciting ethnic hatred.
Syrian foreign minister Walid al-Moallem made the statement in a prerecorded speech to the first-ever high-level meeting of the U.N. General Assembly held virtually.
Saturday's data bring the country's total COVID-19 cases to 151,517 and fatalities from the virus to 9,262.
The Pakistan-born teenager arrested on suspicion of stabbing two people with a meat cleaver has admitted to deliberately targeting the former Paris office of Charlie Hebdo magazine.
A police officer has been shot in Louisville, Kentucky during protests in that city over a grand jury's decision in the Breonna Taylor case, the FBI said on Wednesday.
US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said he expects "personal attacks and lies" from Donald Trump in their first televised debate on Tuesday, comparing the Republican president to Nazi...
Here's a look at the staunchly conservative judge's history and what both her supporters and opponents say.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Saturday called on the US Senate to refrain from confirming President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee until after the November 3 election.
London police said they arrested 10 people and four officers were injured as they broke up a thousands-strong demonstration against British coronavirus restrictions Saturday.
President Donald Trump on Saturday nominated Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, picking a strong conservative to replace the late liberal justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.