Chief adviser to Boris Johnson looks set to remain in his role despite apparently breaching lockdown guidelines he helped to draft
A cemetery said to be only for coronavirus victims in the southwestern Kazakh city of Almaty and the surrounding region appears to hold many more bodies than the area's number of reported COVID-19 deaths.
Mike Ryan urges countries where infections falling not to end restrictions too soon
President green-lights opening of viscount’s theme park before other public gathering places
Georgia's Foreign Ministry on May 25 held the first ad hoc meeting with Georgian Ambassador to Ukraine Teimuraz Sharashenidze to hear his update.
A growing list of refugees and migrants have died after being forced back to Libya
Unprofitable enterprises accounted for almost 41% January through March 2020.
Footage shows a U.S. navy ship using a laser beam to shoot down an unmanned aerial vehicle.
Activists were reportedly detained and single-person pickets were halted in St. Petersburg before the resumption of the trial of two defendants accused of belonging to a group that prosecutors allege planned to carry out terrorist acts and sought ...
Contested victory comes after campaign marked by claims of political violence
Herd immunity at 95% is one of them.
Eight foreign crew members kidnapped from a container ship off Benin's coast last month have been freed, the Nigerian Navy says.
Make no mistake: This is not your father’s — or grandfather’s — capsule.
Controversy could have an impact on the former vice-president’s choice of running mate
NABU gave no further details, saying that divulging information could harm its investigation.
The World Health Organization said Monday that it had "temporarily" suspended clinical trials of hydroxychloriquine as a potential treatment for COVID-19 being carried out across a range of countries...
Hague Letter: ‘I needed to know before I took a potentially lethal risk, is it safe?’
A gurdwara in the English city of Derby was vandalised on Monday in an apparent incident of hate-crime. Sources in the Indian government said, according to information received, a man of Pakistani...
Lockdown measures to be further eased from start of June despite surge in cases
World round-up: Wuhan attempts to test all 11 million residents for coronavirus
Prior to the lockdown, the airport served 100,000 passengers per month.
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has exposed a large-scale system for the sale of dietary supplements that supposedly protect against coronavirus.
The mobile operator Vodafone Ukraine in the first quarter of 2020 reached an income indicator of UAH 4.39 billion, which is 28% more than in the same period in 2019.
Prosecutors in Moscow say they have started an investigation after Current Time reported alleged shortages of medicines and labor violations at a makeshift hospital for coronavirus patients set up by a well-known Azerbaijani-Russian businessman Ar...
Zelenskyi to take under personal control procurements of individual protective means, hospitals not provided with all necessary so far.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi will take under his personal control the purchases of the individual protective equipment done by the Health Ministry.