Situation continues to be tense in northeast India’s Nagaland State after security forces “mistakenly” killed 14 civilians on Saturday, sparking violent protests and a shutdown.
US Democratic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar says Republicans do not have the ability to condemn Islamophobia and anti-Muslim rhetoric because they are “normalizing anti-Muslim bigotry,” in the United States.
The Omicron variant of the coronavirus has spread to about one-third of US states, but the Delta version remains the majority of COVID-19 cases nationwide, US health officials said on Sunday.
The United Kingdom will press the United States to remove Trump-era tariffs on British steel and aluminum after the US reached a deal with the European Union in October to remove their levies.
Hundreds form long lines waiting to be tested for coronavirus as cases reach record highs of more than 5,000 infections daily.
South Korea on Sunday reported three more Omicron coronavirus variant cases, bringing its total confirmed so far to 12, the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA) said.
Myanmar's junta forces have rammed a military truck into protesters taking part in a peaceful anti-coup rally in Yangon, causing a number of casualties.
Daesh has claimed responsibility for an attack in Nigeria's northeastern Borno State, which left seven Nigerian soldiers dead.
Indian forces have shot and killed at least 14 civilians in the remote northeastern State of Nagaland.
Disaster officials in Indonesia raised the death toll in the eruption of Mount Semeru to 13 on Sunday, as rescuers working through the night freed as many as 10 people from the debris.