Officials say an eight-month-old baby was among those killed in flooding on the island of Evia.
With at least 158 dead and thousands of homes collapsed after heavy rains, experts say it’s time for China to rethink its water management.
Staff at a barber shop rocked by the Beirut explosion say they’re haunted by flashbacks.
Covid-19 wrap: 19.72m global cases, NZ hits 100-day milestone, 7 die in India Covid-19 facility fire
More than 19.72 million people have been reported to be infected by the novel coronavirus globally and 726 246 have died, according to a Reuters tally.
NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to Lebanese political researcher Nadim Houry about the Beirut blast and what it will take to overcome the systemic corruption in that country’s government.
French President Emmanuel Macron will bring together world leaders via video on Sunday to pledge aid to help Lebanon rebuild after the devastating explosion that ripped through its capital, Beirut, five days ago.
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The measures include pay for millions of jobless but some are likely to face legal challenges.
The main opposition candidate in Belarus’ Sunday presidential election went into hiding the night before challenging longtime leader Alexander Lukashenko, who is seeking his sixth term.
Prosecutors in Chad had suggested 44 prisoners killed themselves, but a new report says otherwise.
Lebanon’s information minister Manal Abdel Samad has quit in the first government resignation since a deadly port blast killed more than 150 people and destroyed swathes of the capital.
Malawi has made wearing masks mandatory in public places in an effort to curb a…
Anxious residents of the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius stuffed fabric sacks with sugar…
The decision is intended to help progress peace talks but it has proven controversial.
Lebanese protesters have stormed several ministries in apparently planned raids after an explosion blamed on government negligence at Beirut port devastated the city and ignited unprecedented popular rage.
The fire in southeast India is the second such blaze at a Covid facility in days.
President Lukashenko is seeking a sixth term in office as Belarus votes after a series of protests.
The BBC speaks to 12 Kashmiris from different walks of life about an unprecedented year for the region.