A court in Krakow has found three Polish men with right-wing, pro-Russian leanings guilty of committing terrorist acts for their roles in firebombing a Hungarian cultural center in western Ukraine last year.
Polish Court Convicts Three Men For Torching Hungarian Center In Ukraine.
Under the most serious scenario - a 20% contraction in income - the number of people living in extreme poverty would rise by 434 million people to 922 million worldwide.
The HHS statement confirms federal documents released Wednesday showing that about 90 per cent of the personal protective equipment in the stockpile has been distributed to state and local governments.
Saskatchewan-born Ken Sumner, who was a member of 617 Squadron and flew raids in the Second World War, died last week after contracting the novel coronavirus.
Kosovor caretaker Prime Minister Albin Kurti has told the EU he wants to continue dialogue with Serbia to normalize ties with its neighbor.
The global chemical weapons watchdog for the first time blamed Syria for using chlorine and sarin gas bombs, prompting the United States to state that no amount of disinformation from Syria, Iran, and Russia could hide the repeated use of the bann...