The White House indicated that the U.S. would clear vaccinated international travels for entry into the U.S. as early as Nov. 8.
An initiative by the world’s wealthiest nations to suspend debt payments by low income countries to help them respond to the COVID-19 pandemic is falling below expectations as debt repayments...
A swarm of angry honey bees killed a flock of 63 African Penguins at a popular tourist beach in South Africa and conservationists are concerned about so losing so many endangered penguins at once.
A measure that would ban the import of good produced in forced-labor camps in China passed through the House of Representatives in September on a 406-to-3 vote.
The youngster and his mother, along with their tour guide, were snorkeling in Ras Mohammed National Park when the incident happened.
A 27-year-old U.S. citizen was nabbed in Niger without anyone noticing, a local authority said.
A joint statement with the White House outlines steps toward Sudan's new friendship with Israel.
Thousands of young girls are ceremoniously paraded through streets after their genital mutilation ceremony.
Crashes involving two 737 Max jets killed 346 people in late 2018 and early 2019.
Vaccines can be particularly fragile, requiring constant sterile refrigeration. Much of the world lacks the capacity for distribution.
EASA chief said he was satisfied by 737 Max, but wants software upgrades
The clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan involve a labyrinthine intrigue for regional powers.
The EU has accused Ireland of providing Apple will illegal tax breaks in violation of EU laws
JPMorgan Chase has been embroiled in various criminal cases in recent years
Scientists concluded that the controversial mass elephant deaths in Botswana were due to cyanobacteria, an organism that thrives in extreme temperatures
California wildfires present a temporary setback to solar power there, but solar energy has made great strides across the world.
The U.S. ambassador to South Africa is better known for her luxury handbags carried by celebrities.
The allegations led to the ouster of Credit Suisse’s former CEO Tijdane Thiam
The company's e-commerce sales increased by 97% during the coronavirus outbreak.
Prudential plc will now focus on its operations in Asia, Africa