A Singaporean woman who starved, assaulted and ultimately killed her domestic worker was sentenced to 30 years in prison Tuesday, with the judge describing the case as "among the worst types of...
Repeatedly dubbed the happiest nation on the planet with world-beating living standards, Finland should be deluged by people wanting to relocate, but in fact it faces an acute workforce shortage.
The long-term outlook for the world's biggest coral reef system had deteriorated and action was needed to counter the effects of climate change, a UN committee said.
The influential sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Tuesday that Washington had "wrong" expectations for dialogue with Pyongyang and was facing "greater disappointment", state media...
Ortega is seeking a fourth term as president and has been systematically clearing his path of potential challengers through arrests for alleged crimes against the state.
Starlink, the satellite internet unit of Elon Musk's SpaceX, expects to be able to provide continuous global coverage by around September but will then need to seek regulatory approvals, its president...
The testimonials offer a detailed look into the conditions within a network of emergency shelters hastily erected to deal with a sharp rise of arrivals at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Taliban's gains in the country came as the Pentagon reaffirmed the U.S. troop withdrawal was still on pace to conclude by early September.
For almost three decades, Michael Larson has quietly shuffled around one of the world's biggest fortunes with a chief priority: Keep his fabulously wealthy bosses out of the headlines.
Australia will strongly oppose a UNESCO plan to list the Great Barrier Reef as "in danger" over its deterioration caused by climate change, the government said Tuesday.
The United States and South Korea have agreed to consider scrapping a working group established to coordinate North Korea policy, Seoul's foreign ministry said on Tuesday, after it became seen as a...
``Everything indicates that it was not a confrontation, but rather a commando that shot people who were not involved in any conflict,'' Lopez Obrador said.
Pakistan has assured the US that it would continue to assist America and other countries in recovering their hostages from Afghanistan, but only as "a moral duty" and not under coercion or incentives.
The US military could slow down its withdrawal from Afghanistan due to the gains made by the Taliban insurgents, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said Monday.
The report verified that violations had been committed against 19,379 children in 21 conflicts.
Russian state prosecutor's office said on Monday it banned Bard College, a US non-governmental organisation, after labelling it "undesirable".
More than 8,500 children were used as soldiers last year in various conflicts across the world and nearly 2,700 others were killed, the United Nations said on Monday.
There are currently no plans for US President Joe Biden to meet with Iran's newly elected leader, according to the White House, which downplayed Ebrahim Raisi's influence.
Nassib thanked the NFL, his coaches and fellow players for their support.
When asked about a possible meeting with Biden, Raisi curtly answered: “No.” He frowned and stared ahead, without elaborating.