Russian opposition politician Aleksei Navalny has been summoned for questioning in a criminal case launched over comments he made on social media.
Navalny Summoned For Questioning In Libel Case
An Edmonton man is doing what he can to help the families of the victims after a deadly explosion in Lebanon.
The new numbers bring the country's total cases and deaths from COVID-19 to 121,605 and 9,020, respectively
European Union Neighborhood Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi has expressed his readiness to travel to Minsk on an EU fact-finding mission.
Belarus has released 32 Russian citizens who were detained near Minsk last month and accused of being mercenaries plotting to “destabilize” the situation in Belarus around the August 9 presidential election.
The United States has seized four tankers en route from Iran to Venezuela in what the Justice Department says is the government’s largest-ever seizure of fuel shipments from Iran.