Fires cut through a swathe of the Calais "Jungle" on Wednesday (Oct 26), sending migrants fleeing as French authorities prepared to ramp up demolition of the notorious camp.
Hundreds of migrants carrying suitcases and bundles of possessions have queued outside Calais to be resettled as the French government started clearing a makeshift camp known as the "Jungle".
British and French officials have begun registering unaccompanied children in the Calais "Jungle" who are hoping to join relatives in Britain.
At least six militants attacked an Indian army camp in north Kashmir on Sunday night, killing one border guard and wounding another, two weeks after a similar attack killed 19 Indian soldiers and ratcheted up tensions between India and Pakistan.
Thousands of migrants were forced to flee to safety when their camp on the Greek island of Lesbos was badly damaged in a fire apparently set on purpose, police said.
The latest polls showed the "Leave" camp was tied with the "Remain" camp in the EU referendum to determine whether or not Britain should stay in the 28-member bloc.
Fierce clashes broke out early Monday after Israeli forces raided a Palestinian refugee camp in the city of Nablus in the northern West Bank, with at least three Palest
The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) announced in a recent report that global tourism, in terms of tourist arrival numbers, has rebounded to 80 percent
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Hundreds of Japanese citizens took to the streets in the Japanese city of Hiroshima over the weekend to protest against the upcoming Group of Seven (G7) summit.Protests
China and Australian have agreed to resume high-level economic and trade dialogue mechanisms, including a free trade agreement joint committee.According to a press stat
A new pandemic accord under negotiation must be a "historic agreement" marking a dramatic shift in the approach to global health security after the COVID crisis, the WH
China's market-guiding body made up of officials from the central bank on Friday stressed the importance of curbing extreme exchange rate fluctuations of the yuan, afte
Thai voters began heading to the polling stations on Sunday morning in the Southeast Asian country's general election.The polls started at 8:00 a.m. (0100 GMT) and will
Former President Donald Trump's town hall on CNN Wednesday featured no shortage of theatrics, from calling moderator Kaitlin Collins "nasty" to sparking laughs from a s
As the U.S. prepares to end the immigration policy known as Title 42, large numbers of migrants are gathering along the U.S.-Mexico border, mostly on the Mexican side.M
U.S. President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy failed to reach an agreement on the debt ceiling on Monday, U.S. media reported. Biden said their talks were "
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, on Thursday visited the city of Cangzhou in north China's Hebei Province.Xi went
A deal to raise the nation's debt ceiling is heading to a crucial vote in the House on Wednesday night, the next step in averting a potential default now just days away
Finance leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) nations warn about the U.S. debt crisis and urge caution amid mounting global economic uncertainty in a three-day meeting end
Greek conservatives received a clear mandate from the Greek people to continue efforts to change the country with a strong government, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotaki
G7's accusations against China's nuclear policy are complete false narratives, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning said on Monday during a regular press brie
Iran and Saudi Arabia are bound for a major milestone in their recent diplomatic offensive as they will soon reopen embassies in each other's capitals, a much expected
A handful of hard-right Republican lawmakers said on Monday they would oppose a deal to raise the United States' $31.4 trillion debt ceiling, in a sign that the biparti
Sen. Dianne Feinstein returned to her seat on the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday, aiding in advancing President Joe Biden's stalled judicial nominees as questio