The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has expressed alarm over tribal violence in Sudan’s conflict-ridden Darfur region, saying the conflict has killed at least 250 people and displaced more than 100,000 others.
The Kremlin says the UE embassy in Moscow is interfering in Russia’s internal affairs after the American diplomatic mission said Washington supported “the right of all people to peaceful protest" amid rallies held in support of detained opposition figure Alexei Navalny.
British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Sunday the country was still a long way from being able to relax a national lockdown despite evidence that the restrictions were bringing down the rate of COVID-19 infections.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has condemned a “terrorist attack” on a major gas pipeline at a time when the Latin American country is already reeling from fuel shortages due to illegal US sanctions against Caracas.
The US has dispatched an aircraft carrier group to the South China Sea, in a move that is set to escalate tensions after China authorized its coast guard to open fire on foreign vessels deemed to pose threats to its sovereignty.
A prominent US Senate Republican has warned that Donald Trump’s second impeachment could result in the prosecution of former Democratic presidents if Republicans retake Congress in two years.
Rescue workers lift out the first of 22 miners trapped for two weeks hundreds of meters underground in an east China mine.
The United States has rallied behind Taiwan, accusing China of putting pressure on the self-ruled island after Taipei said Chinese warplanes, capable of carrying nuclear weapons, had entered the island’s airspace.
Former US President Donald Trump had pushed the Department of Justice (DOJ) to ask the Supreme Court to invalidate President Joe Biden's election win, the Wall Street Journal says.
A Republican congressman has attempted to carry a gun onto the chamber of the US House of Representative, further fueling persisting concerns about Capitol security and whether lawmakers need protection from one another.