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The journey from India can zigzag to Russia, the Mideast, the Caribbean and Central America. U.S. Border Patrol figures show more than 7,600 Indians were detained on the U.S.-Mexico border last year.
"How is it difficult for humans to unite and fight a common enemy that is killing people indiscriminately?" WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus asks.
COPENHAGEN—A Copenhagen court on Thursday found two Swedes guilty of bombing the Danish tax agency and sentenced them to five and four years' jail respectively.
Authorities pledged severe punishment, but some brokers skated with relatively light “reeducation” sentences.
BRUSSELS/TOKYO—The European Parliament urged Japan to comply with international rules on child protection and to allow for joint parental custody after a number of EU citizens were denied access to their children by Japanese mothers.
Health experts are urging government leaders in Canada to adopt a “balanced approach” in the fight against COVID-19—one ...
MOSCOW—Moscow on Thursday said it would reopen schools and universities next week, in the latest lifting of coronavirus restrictions as the number of new daily infections in the Russian capital fell to 568.
Dozens of foreign nationals working in the U.S. for Voice of America may have to leave the country, putting some at risk of retribution from their nations' governments.
The mayor of Seoul, South Korea, was found dead hours after he was reported missing, police said. Park ...
On June 30, the CCP’s rubber-stamp legislature voted to pass the Hong Kong version of National Security Law ...
Following a U.S. move to withdraw from the WHO, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has chosen to side with the health agency and berate Washington. According to The Associated Press, CCP Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian called the move “another demonstration of the U.S. pursuing unilateralism, withdrawing from groups and breaking contracts.”  Zhao went on […]
The Brazilian Press Association, or ABI, said that Bolsonaro had unnecessarily endangered a small group of journalists who interviewed him at his official residence.
Authorities searched for the mayor of Seoul, who vanished amid sexual harassment allegations after giving his daughter a message.
OTTAWA—A new report from a committee of senators says the country is ill-prepared to handle a second wave ...
BANGKOK—Monkey labour to harvest coconuts for commercial products "is almost non-existent" in Thailand, the commerce minister said on Monday, after British retailers announced bans on products campaigners say use the animals in their production.
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British finance minister Rishi Sunak will probably have to ramp up borrowing again this year, even with the country already on course for its biggest peacetime budget deficit in three centuries, leading think-tanks said on Thursday.
French bus driver Philippe Monguillot has been declared brain-dead after multiple passengers savagely attacked the 59-year-old man.
On Wednesday, the North American Scrabble Players Association, which governs tournaments in the U.S. and Canada, said it was removing 236 potentially offensive words from its approved list.
British health and beauty retailer Boots plans to cut 4,000 jobs and close 48 optician stores, in the latest major blow to the country's retail sector from the COVID-19 crisis.