Cesar Duarte, fugitive ex-governor of the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua, has been arrested in the United States on corruption charges.
Tesla founder Elon Musk said that the world’s recently crowned most valuable auto company could achieve a fully autonomous car by the end of 2020.
Officials in Seattle say Jessica Lewis, 35, and her boyfriend Austin Wenner, 27, were shot dead.
Facebook’s decisions to allow controversial posts by President Donald Trump established a “terrible precedent,” according to an external civil rights audit.
More than 12 million coronavirus infections have been recorded across the world, over half in the United States and Latin America.
An incident last week at an Iranian nuclear facility appears to be sabotage. A look at the chief suspects and what the impact could be on Iran’s nuclear ambitions.
Air pollution has caused an estimated 49 000 deaths and $23 billion in economic losses in the cities of Beijing and Shanghai.
Five million people in Australia’s second-biggest city, have began a new lockdown, returning to tough restrictions.
Park Won-soon disappears after reportedly leaving a message for his daughter, who raised the alarm.
Japanese emergency services and troops scrambled have to reach thousands of homes cut off by catastrophic flooding and landslides that have killed dozens.
The sighting of young Cross River gorillas eases fears they will soon die out, conservationists say.
A report says the US failed to provide sufficient evidence to justify killing the Iranian general.
HSBC has carved out a lucrative role in global banking over the past 155 years by straddling the line between East and West. Now, a political firestorm over the bank’s hometown of Hong Kong could force the bank to choose sides.
Everyone over five must wear a mask in public or face a €100 ($113; £90) fine as outbreaks worsen.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s approach to curbing COVID-19 has slammed the breaks on the economy and caused untold pain for millions Filipinos, with hunger and begging on the rise.
An HIV outreach worker makes the rounds in a slum in Nairobi, Kenya, checking that clients are taking their medication and doing what they can to protect themselves against the coronavirus.
Thailand’s Cabinet on Wednesday approved a draft bill that will legally recognize same-sex civil partnerships and give greater rights to same-sex couples, a potential first for any nation in Southeast Asia if passed into law.
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.
George Floyd said he couldn’t breathe more than 20 times and said officers would “kill” him before he died in Minneapolis police custody, new evidence has showed.
The actress replaces Ruby Rose, who who shocked fans when she quit the role in May.
Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, who provided damning impeachment evidence against US President Donald Trump, has retired from the US Army.