The European Parliament wants EU countries to ensure free-of-charge testing and exempt green pass-holders from additional travel restrictions.
China has launched the core module of its first permanent space station. A rocket carrying the module blasted into space in the first of 11 missions needed to complete and crew the station by the end of next year.
Human Rights Watch says Venezuelan security forces are abusing local residents, forcing them to flee across the border, where they are now stuck.
As his China policy gradually takes shape, it seems he is adopting much of the previous administration’s decisions, pushing already strained relations further.
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Multiple media organisations are reporting that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would rather see bodies piled high in their thousands, than impose a third coronavirus lockdown.
For the fourth straight day, India on Sunday set a global daily record of new coronavirus infections (349,691), spurred by an insidious new variant that emerged here.
Colombia’s capital Bogota is known for its congestion. Diesel-guzzling trucks don’t only clog up the roads but also cause environmental damage.
Joe Biden’s first 100 days as US president has seen a number of new policy changes costing the country trillions of dollars.
Human Rights Watch is accusing Israel of the crimes against humanity of apartheid and persecution against Palestinians in some areas.
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US President Joe Biden on Saturday said that the 1915 massacres of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire constituted genocide, a historic declaration that infuriated Turkey and further strained frayed ties between the two NATO allies.
Nigeria has come a long way in its fight against malaria. But Covid-19 now threatens to derail it.
In Turkey’s poorest areas, providing children with a good education is an arduous task – especially if daughters, and not just sons, are to benefit.
Navy officials in Indonesia say they have found items from the submarine that went missing last Wednesday, crushing hopes of the crew’s survival. The submarine disappeared in an area off the island of Bali, during training exercises, and was classified as missing.
US President Joe Biden has recognised the events of 1915 as an ‘Armenian genocide’ carried out by the Ottoman Empire.
LeBron James is in hot water, accused of inciting violence through a now-deleted tweet taking aim at the officer who shot a black teenager in Columbus, Ohio.
The Dutch government has decided to ease restrictions at a time when hospitals are facing their largest influx of patients in months.
The SpaceX mission blasted off from the Kennedy Space centre in Florida, reusing a Falcon rocket and Dragon capsule.
Houthi forces continued their offensive amid an ongoing battle over the desert Yemeni city of Marib, the last stronghold of the Saudi-backed central government in the region.
The clashes, injuring four police and six protesters, have become an almost nightly occurrence since Ramadan started nearly two weeks ago.
The UK’s domestic intelligence agency Mi5 is warning that some of the people you’ve linked to on professional recruitment sites like LinkedIn might actually be spies.
The tiny French village of Saint-Senier-de-Beuvron in the heart of the Normandy countryside is taking on one of the world’s richest tech billionaires: SpaceX founder
It was built nearly a century ago as one of the most innovative mega projects of its time.
The Bundestag has passed controversial amendments to the national Infection Protection Act that significantly tightens Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.
Pfizer has identified the first confirmed instances of fake doses of its Covid-19 vaccine being sold in Mexico and Poland.
Binnen de jongerenafdeling van de SGP is een felle discussie ontstaan over het al dan niet toelaten van vrouwen op het politieke toneel. Sommige van de christelijke jongeren vinden dat een goed plan, maar Mathijs van der Tang, voorzitter van SGP-jongeren Vallei & Rijn, denkt daar anders over en ging viraal met wat opmerkelijke teksten.