On September 2, the two-month-long anti-governmental protests in Bulgaria entered the most violent stage to date. For the first time, the police deployed water cannon, tear gas and pepper spray, marking the end of the relatively peaceful phase in protesting
Try as he might to change the subject, President Donald Trump cannot escape the coronavirus.
In April, he tried to shift the public's focus on the economy. In July, to defending the country's "heritage". In September, to enforcing "law and
The United Kingdom and the European Union held emergency talks on Thursday over Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan to undercut parts of the Brexit divorce treaty, with Brussels exploring possible legal action against London.
As the UK pushes ahead with
Algeria's parliament has adopted draft constitutional reforms, an initiative of President Abdelmadjid Tebboune aimed at responding to the demands of the country's "Hirak" protest movement.
By a show of hands on Thursday, the amended constitution was approved by 256 of
Members of a Danish far-right group burned a copy of the Quran in Sweden, only days after a similar incident in the southern city of Malmo.
A video posted by the leader of the Stram Kurs (Hard Line) group showed
Jenny Brown, who leads Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Strategy and Impact at the Australian Red Cross, has seen how wildfires devastated her community and others. A Wandi Wandian woman from Yuin country - a seawater First Nations in New
The World Wildlife Fund is warning of a huge drop in population sizes of fish, birds, reptiles and amphibians across the globe.
More than 85 percent of the world's wetlands have been lost over the past 40 years, threatening the
Water-borne diseases are the latest threat to the people of Sudan.
Hundreds of thousands have been displaced as the Nile river reached unprecedented levels.
The floodwaters are starting to recede but a growing number of people are getting sick.
French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is at it, again: it has chosen to republish the derogatory cartoons of Prophet Muhammad which provoked a violent attack against it in 2015. The editors say it is "essential" to reprint these on the