Artists from Egypt and abroad are taking part in the first international art exhibition at the Great Pyramid of Giza and the surrounding plateau.
A migrant caravan made up of thousands has broken through Mexican security forces attempting to stop them from making it to the US border on the heels of US President Joe Biden saying he lacks the time to actually go there.
Israel on Sunday announced plans to build more residences for Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank, drawing immediate condemnation from Palestinians, peace activists and neighbouring Jordan.
Colombia’s most wanted drug lord and gang leader is behind bars. Soldiers captured Dairo Antonio Úsuga, known as Otoniel, in an operation near the border with Panama. He is accused of drug-trafficking, murder and kidnapping.
Customer are opting for used cars over brand new ones due to the chip shortage, which is holding up the supply chain.
Preparing the funerals of Covid-19 victims is a complex exercise for both families and funeral service providers.
A struggle for power is deepening in Sudan with tensions escalating between rival sides in the government. These people want democracy.
Italy’s former Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has gone on trial for his role in blocking a migrant rescue ship in 2019.
Earlier this year, China announced plans to build a base on the moon. It will undertake the project with Russia, which recently filmed the world’s first movie in space.
The leader of a group of nine Haitian gangs, commonly referred to as G9, says his members are not responsible for kidnapping 17 foreign missionaries.
French carmaker Renault will be rolling out half a million fewer vehicles this year. That’s more than double its previous forecast.
A woman died after being shot with a prop firearm by actor and producer Alec Baldwin on a movie set, police in New Mexico said on Friday.
Netflix employees in the US city of Los Angeles walked off the job on Wednesday in protest over a new Dave Chappelle comedy spe
North Korea has confirmed it test-fired a new submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM), a day after South Korea reported the launch of what it said appeared to be an SLBM from North Korea’s east coast.
Israel has revoked the residency of Franco-Palestinian lawyer Salah al Hamouri. An Israeli law allows the occupying authority to decide whether Palestinians of Jerusalem can live in their homeland.
Romania has one of the lowest Covid vaccination rates in the EU – only a third of adults are fully vaccinated.
Peter Claes, President of the IFIEC Europe told that companies that use a lot of energy to make their products are bearing the brunt of increased energy costs.
President Joe Biden’s administration is working with the American Embassy in the Haitian capital and local authorities to recover 17 kidnapped missionaries and their children, according to US officials.
Cities and towns across northern and northeastern Russia are suffering the consequence of climate change thawing the permafrost.
The European Commission is calling for a gradual reduction of public debt but estimates the green transition will need €650 billion in annual investments until 2030.
Child protection authorities have begun warning parents to keep their kids away from “Squid Game.” The Korean drama is Netflix’s most popular show ever, drawing 130 million viewers in its first month alone, but it’s very violent.
Ethiopia’s military launched air strikes on the capital of the war-battered Tigray region on Monday, a dramatic escalation in the year-long conflict.
One of Haiti’s most powerful gangs is believed to be behind the kidnapping of 17 American and Canadian missionaries.
As the world slowly begins to reopen after COVID-19 related lockdowns, the Asia-Pacific region is witnessing an intensifying arms race.
The last few months have seen a worrying rise in the rates of pregnant women hospitalized with COVID-19.
The town of Sillamäe was a secret site of the Soviet nuclear industry. Now it is awakening from its slumber—and searching for a new purpose.
Some mosques were placed under “unlawful” investigation in the Netherlands. A report by Dutch newspaper NRC reveals that several municipalities hired a private agency to secretly investigate Muslim communities.