Islamic State executing people Syria’s Deir al-Zor: U.N.

GENEVA (Reuters) - The N't has reports of Islamic State (ISIL) executing people thought to be cooperating with rebel fighters in Deir al-Zor governorate in eastern Syria, the U.N. human...

U.N. seeking admission to China’s re-education camps in Xinjiang: Bachelet

GENEVA (Reuters) - The very best N't human rights official Michelle Bachelet said on Wednesday that her office is seeking entry to China's Xinjiang region to be sure of "worrying...

The policewoman who shot an African American man in Minnesota resigned

Wright, an African American man, was shot and killed by police in central Brooklyn, Minnesota. Porter, the police officer involved, resigned on the 13th. According to the representative of Minnesota Police...

Germany’s Schaeuble gives valuable backing to old Merkel rival to head party

BERLIN (Reuters) - Veteran German conservative Wolfgang Schaeuble, a highly-respected estimate his party, has publicly backed Friedrich Merz, an early rival of Angela Merkel, to be successful her as head...

Istanbul prosecutor seeks arrest of Saudi officials over Khashoggi killing

ANKARA (Reuters) - Istanbul's chief prosecutor has filed warrants with the arrest of an top aide to Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler along with the deputy head of that foreign...

Luxembourg PM Bettel begins second term of coalition government

LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel was sworn looking for a second term on Wednesday after his liberal-led coalition secured a narrow victory inside an election in October....

U.N. talks leader sees greener future for coal-dependent Poland

KATOWICE, Poland (Reuters) - The Polish official leading U.N. predicts revive the Paris climate deal said his country is sold on greener fuel regardless that his president has vowed don't...

Stricter “Mask Order” From Multiple European Countries

According to Singapore’s Lianhe Zaobao on January 24, many European countries have forced people to abandon cloth masks and switch to surgical masks, hoping to slow down the spread of the...

A fire broke out on Table Mountain in South Africa

South Africa's National Park Service and the Western Cape government have ordered visitors to leave the Table Mountain National Park, a popular tourist attraction in Cape Town, after a fire broke...

Indian court remands British businessman accused in AgustaWestland ‘copter deal

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian court on Wednesday remanded to custody an english businessman accused of paying bribes to Indian officials to win a helicopter deal for Anglo-Italian firm...