North Korea has fired a barrage of artillery shells into a maritime buffer zone, South Korea says. Pyongyang says it was a warning against Seoul’s “provocative actions.”
European Commission chief has urged the bloc to address "distortion" created by Washington’s multibillion-dollar plan to incentivize climate-friendly technologies in the United States amid the simmering energy crisis.
Residents of a central North Carolina county faced a second night of freezing weather without power on Sunday after vandals opened fire on two electric substations in what authorities called a "targeted attack."
Britain's trade unions covering the transport sector have turned down an offer from train operators aimed at averting strikes over the Christmas period.
In Britain, the chairman of the governing Conservative Party is looking at bringing in the military to help keep public services running if key workers take strike action.
Members of the environmental activist group 'Dernière Rénovation' (Last Renovation) could be seen blocking the rue de Rivoli street in Paris, on Sunday.
Gunmen stormed a mosque in Nigeria’s restive northwestern State of Katsina on Saturday and abducted 19 Muslim worshippers while they were offering evening prayers, reports said.
Thousands of protesters marched in Morocco's capital Rabat on Sunday decrying the "high costs of living and repression", amid surging inflation and rising social discontent.
Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak says the global crude market is currently in a much better shape than it was two months ago, but many uncertainties remain.
The US military may run out of money for the Ukraine conflict as Republicans are planning to cut Pentagon appropriations for Ukraine, according to a report.