DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — A fire and an explosion struck a building above Iran’s underground Natanz nuclear enrichment facility early on Thursday, a site that U.S.-based analysts identified as a new centrifuge production plant. The Atomic Ene...
Trump took the victory lap as the coronavirus cases spike in states with large economies.
Nathan Law, one of Hong Kong's most prominent young democracy activists, announced Thursday he had fled overseas in response to Beijing imposing a sweeping security law on the city.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba says Russia's departure from the Black Sea Crimea Peninsula, which it annexed in 2014, is "inevitable."
The Grand Chamber of the Constitutional Court today launched a hearing on the motion of the SC plenum.
Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde says Iran has agreed that it will compensate the families of foreign victims who died when a Ukrainian airliner was shot down after taking off from Tehran's main airport in January, killing all 176 people on board.
Critics say the Trump campaign's new 'America First' logo resembles the infamous Nazi war eagle, with a flag in place of the swastika.
Investigators ask to extend pre-trial investigation into Semochko appointment case until October 10 – Poroshenko's lawyer.
KYIV. July 2 (Interfax-Ukraine) – The investigators have sent to Kyiv's Pechersky District Court a document with the request to extend the pre-trail investigation into the case on the appointment of Serhiy Semochko as First Deputy Head of the Fore...
A distinction should be made between the number of infected people and the number of those who got sick, the doctor believes.
British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested in the United States on Thursday and charged with sex trafficking minors for her former boyfriend the disgraced late financier Jeffrey Epstein.
Ukraine's government has decided to pause a planned $1.75 billion Eurobond sale in the wake of the resignation of the head of the country's central bank.
The true toll of the pandemic is believed to be significantly higher, in part because of limited testing and mild cases that have been missed.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a bid by the administration of President Donald Trump to avoid disclosing to the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives grand-jury testimony from an investigation into Russian interference in the 2...
'Institutional racism has no place in our societies,' he said in his video address.
His closest rivals are Petro Poroshenko and Yuriy Boyko.
Eight activists arrested in Kremlin for protests against Putin presidential run to 2036
Critics call plebiscite a farce staged to allow leader of 20 years to rule until 2036
Astronomers have discovered a luminous galaxy caught in the act of reionizing its surrounding gas only 800 million years after the Big Bang.
The documents are part of an ongoing lawsuit against U.K. tabloid publisher Associated Newspapers.
The Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine's parliament, will hold an extraordinary meeting on Friday, July 3, to consider personnel issues.
Each brigade set to be deployed in the JFO zone will be armed including with Javelins.
The European Union has said that the resignation of the governor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU), Yakiv Smolii, caused by political pressure is "a worrying signal," adding that the bank "must maintain its ability to fulfil its role independe...
The announcement of the resignation of the Governor of the National Bank of Ukraine, Yakiv Smolii, against the backdrop of alleged political pressure sends a worrying signal.
About $5 billion is allocated annually from the budget of the Russian Federation for the upkeep of the temporarily occupied territories of Donbas and Crimea.
Syarhey Tsikhanouski, a jailed Belarusian vlogger who is seeking to take part in an August presidential election and facing criminal charges, has been sentenced to additional 15 days in jail on a charge of "disobeying the police."