Six stand trial for spectacular German museum jewel heist
The 1-day-old baby was one of the eight infants who tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday.
North Korea confirms missile tests as Kim inspects 'important' munitions factory
Iran into World Cup finals as Japan, South Korea move closer
The comments come as the U.S. has threatened economic sanctions against Russia for its military buildup along the border and after rejecting Russia’s demands that Ukraine not be admitted to NATO.
'Nightmare': Ukrainians in Canada worry for their home country
Xiomara Castro: from first lady to Honduras's first woman president
US school board bans Holocaust graphic novel 'Maus'
Syria Kurds hunt down jihadists after prison attack
This country's health agency announced that it will not endorse the COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11.
Iran women in stadium for victory over Iraq
About 2 billion people in the world are overweight, with approximately 650 million falling into the obese category.
Zambia's leader says turning around economy, despite empty coffers
The moves come as those countries are still seeing a rise in cases.
A new report found global spending on clean energy technologies set a new record by reaching $920 billion, but it warned that this amount needed to triple to reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
Denmark to pull troops out of Mali after junta demands
Women attend Iran-Iraq match in Tehran stadium
Media under watch on EU's frozen eastern frontier
During an inquest, it was revealed Patricia Brown had previously battled breast cancer.
Holocaust survivor urges Germany to fight 'cancer' of hatred
The victim died of sepsis after a month-long stay in a hospital in Poland.
Russia Begins Drill In Barents Sea; 140 Warships To Take Part In Massive Exercise Across European Waters
Russia will hold cross-country naval exercises in January and February across every body of water bordering Russia.
The hospital authorities refused to admit the woman despite her relatives pleading with them.