00:55 An estimated 1 billion marine animals died after a record-breaking heatwave hit Canada's Pacific coast. Researchers blame man-made climate change for the recent heatwaves.Check ou
India on Friday reported a record daily rise in coronavirus cases of 414,188, while deaths from COVID-19 swelled by 3,915, according to health ministry data.India's total coronavirus infections now s
India reported a total of 401,993 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, creating another world record of new daily cases, according to health ministry data on Saturday.The country now has over 19.
01:55 As presidential elections loom in Peru, the country reached a new COVID-19 case infection record.The country has recorded 1.5 million coronavirus cases and more than 51,000 death
Actors from Zhengzhou Song and Dance Theatre record a performance for the Lantern Festival at the Henan Museum in Henan province, Feb 20, 2021; (Below) An exhibit on display in the main hall of th
Figures from the Office for National Statistics show the UK's economy shrank by 9.9 percent in 2020 marking the biggest contraction in the country on record, according to media reports.
00:49 A 25-year-old jeweler in India has become a Guinness World Record holder for designing a ring with the most number of diamonds. Check out this massive ring!Check out The China Re
00:53 The Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP), developed and operated by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, has added a powerful new telescope. See how many n
00:58 At least 99 are dead after floods ravaged Sudan. The destruction in the capital Khartoum is extensive. See it from a drone's perspective. 00:45 See satellite befor
Britain's economy shrank by a record 20.4 percent in April from March amid the coronavirus lockdown, official data showed on Friday.This monthly decline in GDP is three times greater than the fall ex
The Nasdaq Composite rallied to a fresh record on Wednesday, closing above the 10,000 mark for the first time, boosted by strong gains in tech shares. The Dow and the SP 500, however, ended lowe
Russia has reported a record of 11,656 new COVID-19 cases over the past 24 hours, raising its total number of infections to 221,344, its coronavirus response center said in a statement Monday.
Russia has reported a new daily record of 9,623 new COVID-19 cases over the last 24 hours, raising the total number of infections to 124,054 as of Saturday, the country's coronavirus response center
Russia reported a new daily record of 7,933 new COVID-19 confirmed cases over the past 24 hours, with the total number of infections rising to 114,431 as of Friday, the country's coronavirus respo
A child paints a mask on an egg to celebrate Sham el-Nessim at home amid COVID-19 pandemic in Cairo, Egypt, on April 20, 2020. Sham el-Nessim, a traditional Egyptian festival marking the beginning
Russia tallied another daily record of 2,186 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, raising the total number of infections to 15,770 across the country as of Sunday, official data showed.
03:51 Record high 4 films receive 10 nominations for the 2020 Oscars.
workworkingJoe Biden and Canadas Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday announced a new migration deal as part of Bidens first visit to Americas northern neighbor.The
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workingworldannouncement to restore diplomatic relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia made on Friday in a joint statement with China has been widely welcomed around
withdrewwithdrawnwere directed by a Pakistan court Wednesday to suspend an operation to arrest former Prime Minister Imran Khan bringing a halt to pitched battles in
saidRanilInternational Monetary Fund said on Monday its executive board has approved a nearly 3 billion bailout for Sri Lanka.Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghes
toldtougherS. President Joe Biden told Congress on Friday that it should get tougher on executives from failed banks to make sure that no one is above the law.Congress
wakewouldReform party of Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas secured first place in Sundays parliamentary election a result that should ensure Tallinn remains one of
withoutwithoutnoconfidence motions against the French government failed to convince a majority in the National Assembly after hot debates followed by narrow votes on
Westviolence controversial Finance Minister Bezlel Smotrich is facing new criticism for saying there is no such thing as a Palestinian people.Speaking at an event in
wearWednesday Hong Kong Special Administrative Region HKSAR announced that its residents are no longer required to wear face masks in public places starting from
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde said here Thursday that South Korea needs to enhance its economic dynamism through service and labor market reforms.
ZuckerbergyearCEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Tuesday that the company will lay off another 10000 employees according to his blog post.It makes Meta the first Big Tech
goodwillweekly important role in resuming TehranRiyadh relations is part of Beijings efforts to help ensure peace stability and security in the Middle East the Iranian
stockValleyto a Securities and Exchange Commission filing the Nasdaq stock exchange notified Silicon Valley Bank SVB on Friday that it will delist the stock of its
wrongwouldFebruary 3 the US State Department announced that Secretary of State Antony Blinkens planned visit to China on the 5th and 6th was postponed because a flying
worldworldsenior US investigative journalist Seymour Hersh released an investigation report revealing that the explosion of the Nord Stream underwater natural gas
Ratings agency Standard & Poor's Ratings Services on Friday downgraded Qantas Airways' credit rating to BB+, from BBB-.
YemenYorkHannahOn the evening of March 10th Beijing time the Peoples Republic of China the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran issued a tripartite
willwantand Serbia have agreed a deal to normalize ties Josep Borrell the European Unions EU high representative for foreign affairs and security policy said on