Austria and the United Kingdom were among European nations grappling with mounting coronavirus infections on Sunday, while restrictions were eased in the South Korean capital Seoul and work resumed on a much-hyped potential vaccine.
New cases in the UK reached
Two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies were injured when an unidentified gunman fired multiple shots on their patrol car in an apparent ambush, authorities have said.
The incident took place on Saturday night when the officers - a 31-year-old
Landslides triggered by torrential rain swept through two villages in Nepal on Sunday, killing at least 12 people, a government official said.
Ten people were killed and 21 declared missing after a massive landslide swept away homes and people in
Mali's popular opposition movement has rejected a charter for a transition government backed by the ruling army officers who overthrew President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita in a coup last month.
The military government backed a charter for an 18-month transition government
Michael Bloomberg, a New York billionaire and short-lived contender to be the Democratic challenger presidential nominee, has announced plans to inject at least $100m to help Democratic candidate Joe Biden overcome president Donald Trump in the important battleground state of
Protesters set fire to the eastern-based government's headquarters in the Libyan city of Benghazi, as rare demonstrations over living conditions and corruption continued in the east of the country for a third day.
The protests late on Saturday also erupted
About 8,800 unaccompanied children have been quickly expelled from the United States along the Mexico border under a pandemic-related measure that effectively ended asylum, authorities have said.
The Trump administration has expelled more than 159,000 people since the US Centers
Beijing has hit back at US criticism over the detention of 12 Hong Kong activists in mainland China.
The United States says it is deeply concerned about the group whose ages range between 16 and 33.
In a tweet, the
Belarus police detained at least 250 protesters as tens of thousands demonstrated in the capital Minsk ahead of talks between strongman Alexander Lukashenko and Russia's Vladimir Putin.
Security forces dressed in riot gear used barbed wire to seal off the