Two decades on, trauma from America's war continues to haunt Iraqis
Salah Nsaif was 32 years old when American soldiers imprisoned him in the notorious Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq in 2003.
Referee pushed and Fulham shown three red cards during frenzied few minutes against Manchester United
'The climate time-bomb is ticking': The world is running out of time to avoid catastrophe, new UN report warns
'No one else wants to be friends with us': View from the China-Russia border city where harmony lies
If you want to understand the China-Russia relationship, the frozen border city of Heihe is a good place to start.
US aid worker and French journalist freed after years held hostage in Africa
Jeffery Woodke and Olivier Dubois, who had been kidnapped by jihadists in the Sahel, were released in Niger A US aid worker and a French journalist who had been kidnapped by jihadists in the Sahel and held for years have been released. American aid worker Jeffery Woodke and French freelancer Olivier Dubois emerged from a plane that landed on Monday at an airport in Niamey, the capital of Niger. C…
Supreme Court to weigh Navajo Nation water rights fight in Arizona
At issue is whether the Navajo Nation can press ahead with a lawsuit that seeks a federal plan to supply its residents' unmet need for water.
Ford, Honda recall over 1.9 million vehicles: Check car recalls here
Ford issued several recalls for its vehicles, including 1.28 million Fusion and MKZ models. Honda also recalled some of its models.
International Red Cross says 2 kidnapped staff freed in Mali
The International Committee of the Red Cross says that two of its staff members were freed in Mali on Monday
Millions of rotting fish to be removed from Outback river
Authorities in Australia say they’re arranging for the removal of millions of rotting fish from an Outback river
Nepal's PM secures vote of confidence in Parliament
Nepal’s communist prime minister has secured a vote of confidence in Parliament, enabling him to continue as long as he has the backing of his new coalition partners
Six Nations 2023: Johnny Sexton or Finn Russell? BBC pundits pick their teams of the tournament
John Barclay and Sam Warburton pick different fly-halves in their teams of the tournament. Who do they pick?
Israel's pain-related opioid consumption has overtaken the US
A new study suggests immediate actions to be taken to cut consumption and use of narcotic medicine than clinically necessary.
Putin tells Xi they will discuss China's Ukraine peace plan
"Thanks to your strong leadership, Russia has made significant progress in achieving the prosperity of the country in recent years." - Chinese President Xi
After arrest warrant for Putin, Russia opens case against ICC
Russia says the ICC has knowingly accused an innocent person of a crime, in another show of defiance against the court.
American aid worker Jeff Woodke, held hostage in Africa for more than 6 years, is freed
Jeff Woodke, an American aid worker who has been held in captivity in Africa for more than six years, has been freed Monday, the Biden administration says.
'Dear friends' Xi and Putin meet in Moscow as Ukraine war rages
Chinese President Xi Jinping met his "dear friend" Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Monday, seeking both to deepen economic ties with an ally he sees as a useful counterweight to the West and to promote Beijing's role as a potential peacemaker in Ukraine. Xi was the first leader to meet the Russian president since the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued an arrest warrant for him.
China's leader Xi Jinping in Moscow for meeting with Putin
China and Russia have described Xi’s trip as part of efforts to further deepen their “no-limits friendship.” The Kremlin has welcomed China’s peace plan for Ukraine and said it would be discussed talks between Putin and Xi that will begin over dinner on Monday. Beijing has called for a ceasefire, but Washington strongly rejected the idea as the effective ratification of the Kremlin’s battlefield …
France Live Updates: No-Confidence Vote Nears as Fury Grows Over Pensions
Lawmakers in France are debating motions to oust President Emmanuel Macron’s cabinet, days after he rammed a proposal to raise the legal retirement age through Parliament without a full vote.