Hundreds of thousands of tonnes of wheat were stranded at a major port in India on Tuesday after New Delhi's surprise ban on exports over inflation and food security worries.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has raised the alarm over an “era of recession” in Europe as the continent grapples with the energy crisis and soaring inflation fueled by the raging war in Ukraine.
While the conflict in Ukraine continues, our correspondent in Donetsk travelled to the Petrovsky district near the frontline to investigate the shelling of Donbas civilians by the Ukrainian army.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says a bid by Finland and Sweden to join NATO poses no direct threat to his country, but Moscow will respond if the US-led alliance bolsters military infrastructure in the two Nordic states.
The Russian army has focused its fresh offensive in Ukraine on the eastern Donetsk region, targeting military sites in several towns across the restive region, the Ukrainian military said on Monday.
Somali politicians have voted for a new president despite explosions near a heavily fortified airport hangar, as the country battles ongoing threats of violence and goes through its worst drought in decades.
North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un has blasted the country’s crisis management in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, ordering the deployment of the army to help distribute medicine, state media said on Monday.
Three soldiers and three children have been killed in a bombing near a military vehicle in Pakistan’s northwestern region.
Britain is set to propose plans that would allow ministers to unilaterally scrap part of the Brexit deals, despite warnings from Brussels that such unilateral action would represent a breach of international law.
Hundreds rally in New York to mark the anniversary of the initiation of the Israeli regime's occupation and aggression, and also to condemn recent murder of a renowned Palestinian journalist.