Heading into Israel’s fourth election in two years, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is hoping the success of his government’s COVID-19 vaccination programme will also serve as a political lifeline.
At least 54 people have been killed and over 1,700 detained since Myanmar’s February 1 coup, the UN rights chief said Thursday, demanding that the military “stop murdering” protesters.
Iran welcomed a decision by European nations Thursday to scrap a planned resolution criticizing the Islamic republic at a meeting of the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency.
Abu Dhabi’s national carrier Etihad on Thursday reported core operating losses of $1.7 billion in 2020, reflecting the severe toll of the coronavirus pandemic on the long-troubled airline that has … Read More
A French court Thursday acquitted former prime minister Edouard Balladur on corruption charges after he was accused of using kickbacks from an arms deal but handed a suspended jail term … Read More
It seems an unlikely vision, a megacity in the desert with no cars or roads, all run by machines that can recognize your face.
For exhibition curator Eugenie Tsai, KAWS’s characters manage to be light-hearted but also melancholic and introspective. They ‘resonate with all of us in life in general, she said. Not everything … Read More
The United States’s special envoy for Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, has arrived in Doha, sources said on Thursday, where he is set to meet with the insurgent Taliban at a delicate … Read More
The International Organization for Migration says at least 20 migrants are dead after smugglers threw 80 overboard during a voyage from Djibouti in East Africa to Yemen.
Britain, France and Germany have scrapped a U.