Terror investigation under way after Paris stabbings.

Two wounded and two arrested following attack outside Charlie Hebdo offices

‘Now or never’: Former Trump staffers press others to speak out ahead of election.

Many current and former officials debating whether they, too, should step forward and join the chorus of Republican voices trying to persuade on-the-fence voters to help deny Trump a second term.

US Election Winner Might Not Be Known For Months: Trump.

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday that Americans might not know the winner of the November presidential election for months due to disputes over mail ballots, building on his criticism of a...

Armenia Detains Main Opposition Leader In Vote-Buying Case.

An Armenian court late on September 25 put the leader of the country’s main opposition party in two months of pretrial detention as part of a vote-buying case he calls politically motivated. 

South Korea calls on North Korea to investigate government official shooting.

The South Korean government official who was shot by North Korean troops Tuesday was apparently trying to defect.

Trump woos minority voters as campaign heats up; promises to make Juneteenth holiday.

The announcement came during a two-day campaign swing that ticked off a long list of boxes, both geographically and with key constituencies.

Edmonton artist reflects on her Time magazine cover portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Edmonton artist Shana Wilson has painted dozens of portraits, but the one she did of Ruth Bader Ginsburg will always stand out.

«It Worked» : New York To Permanently Switch To Outdoor Dining.

New York is committed to making outdoor dining a permanent option for the thousands of restaurants that have embraced the concept since the coronavirus pandemic struck in the spring, Mayor Bill de...

Biden slams Trump for refusing to speak out about Belarus ‘dictator’ Lukashenko.

President Alexander Lukashenko was abruptly inaugurated on Wednesday in what Biden called a "sham ceremony."

History Will Be «Severe Judge» : Australia PM On Not Sharing Covid Vaccine.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Friday insisted that any nation that develops a Covid-19 vaccine share it universally, warning that history will be a "severe judge" if not.

Trump To Nominate Amy Coney Barrett As New Supreme Court Judge: Report.

President Donald Trump intends to name Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, US media reported Friday, who if confirmed would cement a solid conservative majority on the high court.

US Surpasses 7 Million Coronavirus Cases: Johns Hopkins Tally.

The United States on Friday crossed seven million confirmed coronavirus cases, according to a running tally by Johns Hopkins University.

WHO Gave Blessing For Coronavirus Vaccine Emergency Use Programme: China.

The World Health Organization supported China's campaign to vaccinate certain people against coronavirus in July while clinical trials were still under way, a Chinese health official said on Friday,...

California braces for dry, windy weekend weather that may worsen wildfires.

Firefighters battling the state's largest wildfire braced for the change in weather by constructing fuel breaks on Friday to keep the flames from reaching a marijuana-growing enclave.

3 Dead After Huge Fire At Huawei's Factory In China.

Three people have been found dead after a huge fire broke out at an unfinished research facility belonging to tech giant Huawei in the southern Chinese city of Dongguan, according to local...

China says WHO supported early use of coronavirus vaccine candidate outside of trials.

Hundreds of thousands essential workers and other limited groups of people considered at high risk of infection have been given the vaccine.

Barnstorming US, Donald Trump Mocks Joe Biden For «Staying In Again» .

With just 39 days until the US election, President Donald Trump ramped up his campaigning with back-to-back events Friday in battleground states -- a frenetic pace in contrast with the more sedate...

Trump expected to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to U.

Trump said Friday he had made up his mind and it was ``very exciting,'' without giving away the name, aiming to maintain some suspense around his personal announcement.

Trump To Nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to succeed Ginsburg: Report.

President Donald Trump plans on Saturday to name conservative federal appeals court judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the vacancy on the US Supreme Court created by the death of Justice Ruth Bader...

Paris Attack «Clearly Act Of Islamist Terrorism» : French Minister.

An attack with a meat cleaver in Paris that left two people wounded Friday was "clearly an act of Islamist terrorism", French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said.

Kyle Rittenhouse fights extradition over Kenosha shooting deaths.

Rittenhouse surrendered to police in his hometown of Antioch, Illinois, a day after prosecutors say he shot and killed two protesters and wounded a third on the streets of Kenosha on Aug. 25.

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Japan PM «Determined» To Hold Olympics Despite Coronavirus.

Japan is "determined" to host the postponed Olympic Games in 2021 despite the coronavirus pandemic, the country's newly elected prime minister told the United Nations General Assembly on Friday.

In UN Speech, Pakistani Prime Minister Accuses India Of Sponsoring Hatred Of Muslims .

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan told the United Nations General Assembly on September 25 that India’s Hindu nationalist government is a state sponsor of hatred and prejudice against Muslims.

Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Produces Strong Immune Response In Trial.

A single dose of Johnson & Johnson's experimental COVID-19 vaccine produced a strong immune response against the novel coronavirus in an early-to-mid stage clinical trial, according to interim results...

Ukraine military plane crashes, killing 22 people

Reports said that the plane had a military crew and that most of those aboard were students at an aviation university run by the defence ministry.

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