Oleksii Liskonih/iStock(LONDON) — Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen called for China to respect Taiwan’s sovereignty and its commitment to democracy, just days after she won reelection in a landslide victory. Tsai — who is the first female president
NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment(SYDNEY) — Firefighters in Australia successfully embarked on a secret mission to save the prehistoric — and extremely rare — Wollemi pine trees from the bushfires ravaging the country, officials said.
Oleksii Liskonih/iStock(KIEV, Ukraine) — Ukraine’s interior ministry has said it is opening a criminal investigation into the possible illegal surveillance of Marie Yovanovitch while she was the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine. The ministry in a statement said
Circle Creative Studio/iStock(LONDON) — As his family continues to negotiate his future, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, stepped out Thursday for an official royal engagement. Harry, 35, hosted the Rugby League World Cup 2021 draw at
iStock(WASHINGTON) — A bipartisan group of lawmakers mourned the death of U.S. citizen Mustafa Kassem — who died in Egyptian prison after being imprisoned for over six years on trumped up charges — and they demanded the
Marilyn Nieves/iStock(LONDON) — An American man accused of killing a hotel employee who he claims attacked his family in Anguilla is suing the resort company that operates the hotel for negligence. Scott Hapgood, 44, and his family,
RapidEye/iStock(WASHINGTON) — Last year was the second warmest year on record around the globe, making the last decade the warmest in recorded history, according to a new government report released Wednesday. Scientists from the National Oceanic and
dicus63/iStock(MOSCOW) — Russia’s government on Wednesday resigned at the request of President Vladimir Putin after he announced a surprise proposal to make a series of changes to the country’s constitution that would increase the power of its