The Austrian Grand Prix on July 5 will start the Formula One season delayed by the coronavirus outbreak with a further seven European races also confirmed by organisers on Tuesday.
After Covid-19 first appeared in China late last year, doctors quickly realised what made some patients more vulnerable to the virus than others: age, gender and underlying health problems all played a part.
New Zealanders will go to polls on September 19 to decide on a second term for Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, and also to vote in referendums on the divisive issues of legalising cannabis and euthanasia.
Billionaire former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has filed paperwork for the Democratic primary election in Alabama, paving way for US presidential bid.
Prime Minister Theresa May stepped down as leader of the governing Conservatives on Friday, officially triggering a contest to replace her that could see her party embrace a tougher stance on Brexit.
Alexander Bolshunov struck late to win a dramatic men's cross-country World Cup 50-kilometre mass start on Saturday as Russia swept the podium places in Oslo.
The competition is heating up for who will build the first terminal to import liquefied natural gas in Europe’s biggest market for the fuel.
Ooredoo is calling all participants of ‘Ooredoo Doha Marathon 2019’ to ensure they collect their race packs in good time, with teams ready to hand out the packs in MIA Park on Thursday from 4pm to 10pm.
The Mercedes driver led from pole to chequered flag, with Red Bull's Max Verstappen more than eight seconds behind and Ferrari's Vettel a distant third.
The race to develop new immunotherapy treatments against cancer has sparked an unprecedented explosion in the oncology drug pipeline, with more than 2,000 immune system-boosting agents now in development.
Dominant Dutch team ‘Nuon’ Thursday won an epic 3,000-kilometre (1,860-mile) solar car race across Australia's outback for the third-straight year in an innovative contest showcasing new vehicle technology.