Japan's Covid-19 inoculation campaign is moving at a glacial pace, hampered by a lack of supply and a shortage of specialty syringes that underscore the enormous challenge it faces in its aim to vaccinate every adult by the year's end.
Six people including civilians were killed when a military detachment was ambushed in northern Burkina Faso, security sources said Sunday.
Major trade unions in Myanmar prepared for strikes on Monday to try to squeeze the country's fragile economy and pile pressure on its new military rulers, as a weekend of violence and nighttime raids ...
Meghan, the wife of Prince Harry, accused Britain's royal family of raising concerns about how dark their son's skin might be and pushing her to the brink of suicide ...
Conservative billionaire politician Olivier Dassault was killed yesterday in a helicopter crash, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Twitter.
Preparing a roadmap for the upcoming state Assembly polls, Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday said that the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress government has shattered the expectations of people in West Bengal.
Myanmar’s major trade unions have called on members to shut down the economy from today to back a campaign against last month’s coup, raising pressure on the junta as its forces fired weapons and occupied hospitals in the main city Yangon after a day of massive protests.
China has urged the United States to remove “unreasonable” curbs on co-operation as soon as possible and work together on issues like climate change, while accusing Washington of bringing chaos in the name of spreading democracy.
Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday spoke of the importance of "dedication to duty" in a television address hours before the screening of US chat show host Oprah Winfrey's eagerly-anticipated interview with Prince Harry and his American wife Meghan.
China's export growth jumped to the highest in over two decades, official data showed Sunday, with imports also surging in a sharp bounceback from the coronavirus outbreak that had brought activity to a near halt.
Tens of thousands of people came out in Myanmar on Sunday in one of the biggest days of protest against last month's coup despite overnight raids by security forces in the main city Yangon on campaign leaders and opposition activists.