Auckland, New Zealand – Voters in New Zealand are expected to have voted “yes” in a referendum to legalise euthanasia when preliminary results are announced on Friday, underlining the measure’s consistent support among the public and the backing of newly
The US Justice Department on Wednesday unsealed an indictment charging Haji Najibullah, an Afghanistan national, with six counts related to the 2008 kidnapping of an American journalist and two Afghan nationals.
The department added that Najibullah, 44, was arrested and
About 1.5 million people Myanmar’s conflict-ridden areas have been politically disenfranchised, say some activists and analysts, after the country’s election commission scrapped voting in those areas for a general election due to be held next month. This has deepened concerns
American consumers who’ve worked their way through the trove of shelf-stable meals they frantically bought back in March are at it again. This time, food makers are prepared.
General Mills Inc., the maker of Cheerios and Annie’s boxed mac and
The United States’s efforts to block the illegal import of goods made by forced labour has been hampered by a lack of skilled staff and reliable data, a new report by a US government watchdog has found.
In recent years,
Philadelphia will impose a citywide curfew starting Wednesday at 9pm (02:00 GMT) as the city seeks to quell the looting and violence that marred two nights of protests against the police killing of a Black man who was under mental
Authorities have released footage of the moment a newborn baby girl was found abandoned at Qatar’s main airport on October 2.
The one-minute, 17-second security camera footage, obtained on Wednesday by local website Doha News, shows the infant wrapped in
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro said Wednesday that a large oil refinery suffered a “terrorist attack” as his government struggles to provide domestic fuel to the crisis-stricken nation.
Maduro also said two foreigners were detained prior to the alleged attack on
France will go back into a nationwide lockdown starting this week to try to contain the COVID-19 pandemic that is again threatening to spiral out of control, French President Emmanuel Macron said in an address to the nation on Wednesday.