European Union needs to do more to contain virus
European leaders are struggling to agree on how to handle the coronavirus pandemic. Their most recent disagreements are undermining European Union-level responses and making regional solutions tric
Coronavirus pandemic may rain on Russia's May 9 parade
For the first time since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia might ax the annual Victory Day parade on Red Square.
The Kremlin may be forced to cancel this year's parade, which was set t
Oil Spike Pushes US Stocks Higher
U.S. markets closed higher Thursday, as a record jump in the rise of the price of a barrel of oil offset bad unemployment news.
The Dow Jones industrial average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite
Report: PGA Tour exec tests positive for coronavirus
A PGA Tour staff member tested positive for the coronavirus but is "feeling better" and anticipating a complete recovery, Golfweek reported Thursday. Senior vice president of player affairs Ross Berl
Libya marks year of fighting, fears worse to come
While the world is gripped by the coronavirus pandemic, war-shattered Libya marks one year Saturday of its latest bloody conflict that is plunging it ever deeper into chaos.
Russia, Turkey, t
German citizens to be repatriated from SA
The German government will begin the repatriation of its citizens from South Africa on Friday.
About 5 000 German tourists are stuck in the country, and will be repatriated from Johannesburg
German FM Warns NATO of 'Disinformation' During Coronavirus Crisis
Germany's foreign minister Thursday warned NATO members against taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic to spread "disinformation," "propaganda" and "fake news."
Speaking ahead of a vide
Jerome Boateng fined by Bayern Munich for transgressing guidelines
Munich [Germany], April 2 (ANI): Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng has been fined for transgressing the guidelines issued by the club amid coronavirus pandemic. "Bayern defender Jerome Boateng left Munic
EU Chief 'Concerned' About Hungary Virus Emergency Law
European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen expressed concern Thursday over a coronavirus emergency law in Hungary that has given nationalist premier Viktor Orban sweeping powers.
Iran, US Heat Up War of Words on Iraq Despite Virus Pandemic
Iran said Thursday it "only acts in self-defense" after President Donald Trump warned it against attacks on US troops in Iraq, as a new war of words heated up despite the coronavirus pandemic.<
Asian Markets Mixed to Begin Thursday's Trading Sessions
Asian markets finished mixed Thursday as investors braced themselves for the latest unemployment figures from the United States, which are expected to be a record high due to the coronavirus pandem
Rishi Sunak: can the UK's bright young chancellor change British politics?
To many, the appointment of Rishi Sunak as the UK's chancellor of the exchequer - one of the most important jobs in government - on February 13 was a strong indication that Boris Johnson, the prime
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