The French presidency said the Iranian move was a "serious" development and needed coordination with the remaining parties to a 2015 nuclear deal, and Washington
Some refugees have been forced to relocate several times after similar clashes killed more than 200 people two weeks after a joint peace mission to the region by the UN and the African Union ended in January
Turnout in Sunday's election was at around 50.17%, electoral commission data showed
Iran at the time denied Israeli charges that it carried out the attac
US federal health agencies on Tuesday recommended pausing the use of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine after six women under 50 given the shot developed rare blood clots
Valery Golubkin, a professor who works at a Moscow institute studying aerodynamics, was accused of handing over secrets in a case involving an arrested physicist, Anatoly Gubanov, Interfax said, quoting a source
Turkey said on Tuesday it will host an international peace conference on Afghanistan in Istanbul from April 24 to May 4
The request will be related to restoring the port in Beirut and building electric power stations, RIA said
Experts say the Brazilian variant, known as P1, is particularly virulent and partly to blame for a sharp increase in the country's coronavirus death toll in March
President Bashar al-Assad has dismissed Syria's Central Bank Governor Hazem Karfoul, the state news agency reported ...
Companies summoned by the regulator include internet giants Baidu, Tencent and ByteDance, the owner of TikTok
'I think our assignment of an additional 500 troops speaks to the level of our partnership and our commitment to NATO,' he added
Kuleba said further sanctions against Moscow and more military help to Kyiv could help
The adjusted law, which still needs to be approved by parliament, would allow the government to impose curfews from 9pm to 5am and close schools and businesses in areas with high infection rates
The fatal police shooting of a 20-year-old Black man in a Minneapolis suburb appeared to be an "accidental discharge" by an officer who drew her gun instead of her Taser during a struggle following a traffic stop
In the region's 52 countries and territories, stretching as far east as Azerbaijan and Russia, the death toll stands at at least 1,000,288 dead, the highest of any global region.
Mexico had launched enforcement operations for rounding up immigrants transiting illegally toward the U.S. border and stepped up its efforts along its border with Guatemala
A Taliban spokesman said Monday the religious militia won't attend a peace conference tentatively planned for later this week in Turkey, putting U.S. efforts to get a peace plan anytime soon in jeopardy
"The US was not involved in any manner," Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters. "We have nothing to add on speculation about the causes or the impacts"
Negotiations between old foes Lebanon and Israel were launched in October to try to resolve the dispute. The talks, a culmination of three years of diplomacy by the United States, have since stalled
The Israeli leader, addressing reporters with visiting U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin at his side, made no comment about Iran's accusation that Israel had sabotaged its key Natanz nuclear site
On Monday, Tehran labelled the power outage 'terrorism' and blamed it on arch-enemy Israel.
The attack was carried out at the Henry Dunant private geriatric hospital owned by the Red Cross in the upmarket 16th district, sources close to the investigation said
Navalny, 44, a prominent opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, announced a hunger strike at the end of March in protest