The Dutch government has postponed a trade mission to Qatar this month, citing concern over living conditions of migrant workers helping the tiny Gulf state to prepare for next year’s … Read More
The head of an independent inquiry investigating church child abuse in France said Tuesday that there might have been up to 10,000 victims since 1950.
Seeing authorities in a rush to beautify streets and cities to host Pope Francis this week, young Iraqis took to social media Tuesday to throw in some extra requests.
A man in Austria with a temperature-dependent form of multiple sclerosis is taking his government to court in an effort to force it to do more against climate change, his … Read More
European football’s governing body says they are confident they will not need to take up UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s offer of hosting more Euro 2020 matches, insisting the venues … Read More
The Central Bank is thoroughly studying and assessing the files of all Lebanese banks that were supposed to increase the capital by 20 percent and repatriate three percent of the … Read More
Zion Williamson produced a dominant performance as the New Orleans Pelicans upset the league-leading Utah Jazz with a 129-124 victory Monday.
Former Liverpool and Scotland striker Ian St John, who followed a stellar career on the pitch by becoming a hugely popular and successful TV presenter, has died aged 82 after … Read More
A munition fired by Yemen’s Houthi rebels wounded five civilians in a border village in southern Saudi Arabia, state media reported Tuesday, the kingdom’s latest casualties from cross-border fire.
Data from Britain’s vaccine rollout on the effectiveness of the AstraZeneca/Oxford University COVID-19 shot in older people should help other countries reassess their use of it, the head of the … Read More