Finnish president says a quick ratification of applications by the US will help the process go faster.
The court sent its 'largest-ever' team of experts to probe alleged war crimes since Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Italy’s Eni SpA said on Tuesday it was opening a rouble account to keep the Russian gas flowing.
Tunnel from Tijuana to San Diego had rail and ventilation systems, electricity and reinforced walls, authorities say.
The ADF, which began as an uprising in Uganda but is based in Congo, pledged allegiance to ISIL (ISIS) in 2019.
EU says it will 'respond with all measures at its disposal' if UK goes ahead with unilateral changes to the protocol.
By seeking to phase out Russian energy supplies, Europe will only hurt itself, Russian President Vladimir Putin warned.
The big-box retailer cut its full-year earnings forecast, sending shares down more than 8 percent in morning trading.
Ukrainian official says Kyiv pursuing a prisoner exchange as Russian siege of steel plant draws to a close.
President Muhammadu Buhari came to power in 2015 on a pledge to end endemic graft but has barely dented corruption.
Americans are continuing to spend even as inflation persists at nearly a 40-year high.
Both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 bounced higher on Tuesday morning after a late-day tech-led drop Monday.
Top EU diplomat Josep Borrell says bloc set to approve another 500 million euros ($527m) in military aid for Ukraine.
With Congress stalemated, Biden is stuck between reform advocates and police unions who are far apart on policies.
Ankara says it will not open the alliance's door to the two Nordic countries. Here is what you need to know.
From the 1980s AIDS epidemic to COVID-19, how do we hold on to the names and memories of those who have died?
It is a breath of fresh air to see an unapologetically Arab character in a popular Disney production.
The hearing follows a government report that recorded 144 cases of 'unidentified aerial phenomena' since 2004.
State TV says the two were under surveillance and met with people who organised protests by teachers.
Disagreements centre around the immunity of opposition legislator Domingos Pereira who lost to the president in 2019.
Ruling party defeats move to urgently debate the motion censuring President Gotabaya Rajapaksa for the economic crisis.
“The human body can tolerate a lot. But there’s a limit.“
Bashagha entered Tripoli with some support but was met by opposition from forces aligned with UN-recognised PM Dbeibeh.
Zimbabwe, which experienced 500 billion % hyperinflation in 2008, is experiencing another episode of high inflation.
For over three weeks, the 40-wagon train carrying some 2 million litres is the only source of water in Pali, Rajasthan.