Japan plans to double its daily number of foreigners entering the country up to 20,000 from next month, the top government ...
China is holding military exercises in the disputed South China Sea coinciding with U.S. President Joe Biden's visit to South ...
It wasn’t the first time the Ukrainian village of Velyka Kostromka, just a few kilometers (miles) from the southern front ...
Australians will go to the polls Saturday following a six-week election campaign that has focused on pandemic-fueled ...
Russia's war in Ukraine has accelerated inflation across Europe, with prices for energy, materials and food surging at rates ...
Russian forces have attacked the cities of Lysychansk and Severodonetsk in Ukraine’s eastern region of Luhansk, the region’s ...
Valero Energy and three contractors have been fined a total $1.75 million for safety violations related to a worker's death ...
Lawmakers from Poland's ruling coalition agreed to judicial reforms the government says will unblock billions of euros in ...
Asian stock markets have advanced after Wall Street fell closer to bear territory, China cut a key interest rate and Japanese ...
Macron picked Labour Minister Elisabeth Borne as his new prime minister to steer the cabinet through planned reforms and help ...
The loudest voices in the abortion debate are often characterized along a starkly religious divide, the faithful versus not.
Sri Lanka's prime minister has warned of a food shortage as the island nation battles a devastating economic crisis and vowed ...