More Stories on World

Archive

Filter controls group

Displaying 10 out of 20030 results

  1. Dozens of people joined night-time demonstrations around Cairo's Tahrir Square

    Anti-Sisi protests break out in Egypt, several arrested

    Rare small protests broke out on Friday in Cairo and other Egyptian cities calling for the removal of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi but police ...
  2. The "yellow vest" protests erupted across France in November 2018 over a planned fuel tax

    Thousands of Paris police deployed over 'yellow vest' clash fears

    More than 7,000 police officers are to be deployed for rallies in Paris on Saturday over fears that yellow vest protesters and their radical, ...
  3. Former Argentine president Cristina Kirchner arrives in court in Buenos Aires in May 2019

    Argentina ex-president Kirchner to be tried for fourth time

    Argentina's former president Cristina Kirchner is to stand trial for a fourth time on corruption charges, even as the leftist opposition leader ...
  4. This satellite image obtained from NOAA/RAMMB, shows Hurricane Lorena on September 19, 2019 as it

    Hurricane Lorena makes landfall at Mexico's Los Cabos resort

    Lorena made landfall Friday as a Category 1 hurricane, lashing the turquoise waters of popular beach destination Los Cabos on Mexico's Baja ...
  5. Protesters took to the the central Plaza de Sol square despite a thunderstorm

    Protests held across Spain against gender violence

    Protesters took to the rain soaked streets of Madrid and dozens of other cities across Spain on Friday to raise the alarm against violence against ...
  6. Tehran has denied responsibility for the attacks against the heart of Saudi's all-important oil

    Yemen rebels announce plan to halt attacks on Saudi Arabia

    Yemen's Huthi rebels unexpectedly announced late Friday that they planned to halt all attacks on Saudi Arabia as part of a peace initiative to end ...
  7. File photo of US soldiers looking out over hillsides in Afghanistan

    United States sending troops to bolster Saudi defences after attack

    US President Donald Trump has approved sending American troops to bolster Saudi Arabia's air defences after attacks on the kingdom's oil ...
  8. The US-China trade war has sparked fears of a global recession and hit oil prices

    Commentary: Trump is serious about US divorce from China

    The rest of the world will be pressured to make a choice between Washington and Beijing, says the Financial Times' Edward Luce.
  9. Retired Israeli General Benny Gantz (L) and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

    Commentary: Israel is on the cusp of a new era

    Three possible scenarios have arisen as a result of a deadlocked election in Israel, with a unity Likud Blue and White coalition to form the next ...
  10. A tour bus that was carrying Chinese-speaking tourists after it crashed

    Bus carrying Chinese-speaking tourists crashes in Utah, killing at least 4

    A bus carrying Chinese-speaking tourists careened off a road and crashed near Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah on Friday (Sep 20), killing at ...

latest news

See all latest news