Two groups of Rohingya refugees clashed in a camp in southern Bangladesh on Friday, leaving at least six refugees dead and another 10 injured, police said.
China's beleaguered real estate giant Evergrande made a key overseas interest payment one day before the weekend's deadline, state media said on Friday, avoiding a default and buying the beleaguered company a pardon as it struggles under a…
The WHO said on Thursday that 80,000 to 180,000 healthcare workers may have been killed by Covid-19 as of May this year, insisting that they should be prioritized for vaccination.
US intelligence services said for the first time on Thursday that climate change poses far-reaching threats to US national security and stability around the world.
Ten years after the death of Muammar Gaddafi, Libya is still plagued by political instability after a decade of bloodshed. The lasting chaos has fostered a form of nostalgia for the Gaddafi era, and some Libyans are even considering the…
Ethiopia's military launched new airstrikes in Tigray on Wednesday, the second round of shelling this week against rebel targets in the war-torn region.
Shares in Chinese real estate giant Evergrande tumbled on Thursday after resuming operations in Hong Kong, with the failure of a unit sale deal deepening fears that the indebted company would collapse and send shockwaves to the second…
Supporters of Sudan's transitional government have called for mass demonstrations in Khartoum on Thursday amid fears the army is plotting to withdraw its support for an uneasy power-sharing deal, more than two years after a popular uprising…
Libya's fragile unity government welcomes top foreign officials on Thursday for support on pointed transition issues as the war-torn country prepares for a landmark elections in December.
Britain and New Zealand have submitted a comprehensive free trade agreement, which includes a commitment to prevent misuse of the revered Maori cultural tradition of the haka, famous for the All Blacks.
Former US President Donald Trump announced plans on Wednesday to launch his own social media platform called "TRUTH Social," which is expected to begin its beta rollout for "guests" next month.
FIFA's campaign to gain approval in December for holding World Cups every two years stalled on Wednesday, a day after its president met fierce resistance from European football leaders.
Rwandan prosecutors said Wednesday they have filed an appeal against a court ruling that sentenced "Hotel Rwanda" hero Paul Rusesabagina to 25 years in prison on terrorism charges.