Ex-US special counsel Robert Mueller makes a rare intervention after President Trump commutes an aide’s jail term.
US President Trump is seen wearing a face mask for the first time during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The writer for host Tucker Carlson posted highly offensive messages online under the name CharlesXII.
Aid groups warn that civilians are in danger, as a humanitarian assistance program that funnels supplies to displaced Syrians in areas outside government control is whittled down yet again.
More than 121,000 people have died from coronavirus in the Caribbean and South America, but as CNN’s Patrick Oppmann reports, the island nation of Cuba has managed to flatten the curve.
Thousands have rallied against what they say is hardship caused by the mishandling of the crisis.
The US president previously said he could not see himself wearing a mask in public.
Spiritual care workers have been thrust onto the frontlines in new ways during this global pandemic.
The desperate search for a cure has led people to ‘harmful and ineffective’ alternatives online.
Colleagues say Ivan Safronov’s arrest for spying is absurd and it has prompted talk of “spy mania”.
On 7 June, an astonishing 117 murders were recorded, making it the most violent day of the year so far.
On 8 June protesters set up a police-free protest zone in the city. Less than a month later, it had been dismantled.
Across the US, street artists have been inspired by the death of George Floyd earlier this year.
As China enforces new restrictions, some are turning to their British National (Overseas) passport.
There are fewer than 500 hirola living in the wild, down from thousands just 40 years ago.
Prime Minister Boubou Cissé has promised to form an inclusive government as protests continue.
NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with reporters in Sweden, Brazil and Israel to hear about how those countries are currently experiencing the coronavirus pandemic.
Visitors are required to wear masks, socially distance and have temperature checks on arrival.
The World Association of Churches says returning the Turkish landmark to a mosque is mistaken.
Restrictions put in place to slow the spread of coronavirus meant fewer dignitaries were able to attend the ceremony.
The country’s schools are closed until January as the coronavirus surges. Meanwhile, officials say there’s an increase in underage expecting mothers.