Vietnam accused of ‘scorched-earth’ approach to dissent after late-night arrest of Pham Doan Trang at her home .
They have risked their lives to educate girls and survived assassination attempts. Now they hope to end decades of war.
Public health measures for COVID-19 may help keep flu cases down, but what risks emerge when the two viruses overlap?
Poll shows surge in unfavourable perceptions of China, but US President Donald Trump also viewed with distrust.
Rescue boats now face lighter fines and migrants will not be expelled if they risk persecution at home.
Company begins removing Facebook groups, pages and Instagram accounts associated with the conspiracy theory movement.
Trump’s announcement fell hours after Fed chief warned US economic recovery is in peril without more fiscal support.
Explosion near a bus station in the Turkish-controlled town also wounded dozens, medics and a war monitor said.
Almost all the respondents in a new survey say they are uncomfortable returning to offices because of the coronavirus.
Hundreds of thousands of people in areas hit by violence may not be able to vote in Burkina Faso’s presidential poll.
Social media companies take action on US President Donald Trump posts that suggested COVID-19 was like the flu.
Why are they being honoured now and what can their work teach us about defeating COVID-19?
While felony charges have been dropped, Scott and other demonstrators still face misdeamour charges.
Skilled workers from India and China make up the majority of the 500,000 H1-B visa holders in the US.
Jonathan Price was killed by Shaun Lucas in the US state of Texas after allegedly intervening in a domestic disturbance.
Mark and Patricia McCloskey wielded guns at participants in a protest against racial injustice in St Louis in June.
Kuwait’s new emir, Sheikh Nawaf, has a year to name a likely heir to the throne but decision expected within weeks.
The recommendations could lead to the breakup of major tech companies if they are approved by Congress.
All three major US stock indexes closed more than 1 percent lower following Trump’s tweets Tuesday.
Legendary guitarist and co-founder of Van Halen band dies of cancer, his son announces.
The professor set up a fake Twitter account to post racist and sexist comments and to attack other users.
First round of women’s doubles match in Paris in question after reports of suspicious betting patterns.
Inquiry says church allowed abusers to hide in an attempt to defend its own reputation rather than protect young people.
The pandemic has exacerbated gender inequities that force mothers into the ‘double shift’ of work and childcare.
The Pentagon says it will not affect ‘the operational readiness or mission capability of the US Armed Forces’.
Another clash begins between the Turkish and French presidents.
The FDA will meet outside experts later this month at a gathering expected to reveal data about potential vaccines.
Parliamentary vote results annulled in wake of violence, as opposition claims to have seized power.
All countries face ‘the long ascent’ and risk leaving an entire generation behind, IMF’s Georgieva says.
With just four weeks until Election Day, early voting amid coronavirus pandemic suggests highest US turnout since 1908.
Maximum sustained winds of 185km/h are forecast to accelerate further and hit Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula on Wednesday.
Iranian users have been blocked from some massively popular online games, including League of Legends.
West African regional bloc ECOWAS ends punitive measures imposed against Mali following August military coup.
Highest single-day rise of 4,151 new COVID-19 infections is reported in the worst-hit country in the Middle East.
Putin critic says Russian authorities poisoned him because they saw him as a threat ahead of parliamentary polls.
Wall Street’s main indexes were treading water on Tuesday as the Fed chief called for more fiscal stimulus.
Greek PM hopes Turkish action is ‘sincere’ as Erdogan claims EU succumbed to blackmail regarding sanctions threat.
Hundreds protest for a second day after a video emerges showing men attacking a woman from a disadvantaged community.
Former agent Robert Levinson disappeared during a visit to an Iranian island in March 2007.
The Arab Youth Survey 2020 finds the Levant region has the highest number of people aged 18-24 considering emigrating.
A new law will add to the limited number of locations where non-Qataris can buy real estate outright, statement says.