Dr. Shigeru Omi said the next two months will be the "most crucial stage" in Japan's fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
But system is still to slow to catch Russia's 6,000 mph "unstoppable" Zircon nuke which is reported to have a top speed of between Mach 6 and Mach 8.
Acknowledging the "considerable pressure" for countries to lift COVID-19 restrictions, the WHO advised that a lack of caution will only perpetuate the virus.
Matt Hancock announced that he has resigned following the release of pictures showing him kissing an aide, in an apparent breach of the U.K.'s social-distancing guidelines.
Britain's health secretary was photographed breaking social distancing rules. He apologized, but the Labour Party called for his removal.
Russia deployed fighter jets to Syria for drills in a show of force amid high tensions with Britain.
Benjamin Glynn, 39, had his passport confiscated by Singaporean authorities and is worried that he will have to wait up to 12 months until he goes on trial.
The president was talking about how the United States and Russia can work together to help the people of "Libya."
The U.K. recorded over 8,000 new cases, the highest since late February, mostly all connected to the Delta variant. Prime Minister Boris Johnson will announce on Monday if England will still lift social distancing restrictions.
French President Emmanuel Macron wants the European Union to match the U.S.' ambitions of donating 500 million vaccines. He has insisted on helping Africa in particular.
The U.K. and EU's inability to come to an agreement on policies has led to threats of legal action as tensions rise in Northern Ireland.
A tribunal, made up of lawyers, academics and business people, set up to assess whether China's alleged rights abuses against the Uyghur people constitute genocide, opened Friday in London.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock attributed the success and acceptance of the vaccination plan to their attempts of distributing the vaccine fairly.
Heathrow said in a statement that it had set up the new arrivals facility because "red list routes will likely be a feature of U.K. travel for the foreseeable future."
There is a growing speculation that the Indian variant of the virus may cause the British government to delay easing up on lockdown restrictions. The variant is believed to be responsible for up to 75% of the new cases in the U.K..
The nurse also said she recently handed in her resignation, saying a "lack of respect" shown by the government for the National Health Service and health care workers led to her decision.
Over the past few weeks as India has suffered a catastrophic resurgence of the virus, concerns have grown around the world about potential new variants bypassing the protections offered by vaccines.
The 180-foot-tall naked chalk-drawn figure, located in a historic village in England, finally revealed its age-old secret: it may date back to the Saxon period.
Sturgeon's office told the Associated Press that "her intention [is] to ensure that the people of Scotland can choose our own future when the crisis is over."
Only 12 low-risk territories that include Gibraltar, the Faroe Islands and the Falkland Islands will not require quarantine upon return, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced.
The announcement came after several lawmakers in her party signed a letter of no-confidence in her over her support for Brexit, which resulted in controversial post-exit trade rules in the region.
There is nothing quite as English as cricket.
Citizenship is about much more than legal status or a passport. It is a source of identity, legitimacy and belonging.
The teenager is being called the youngest person in Britain to ever be convicted of terrorism offenses.
Captain Tom Moore was lauded as a hero across the United Kingdom after he raised $45 million for British health care workers by walking 100 laps in his garden before his 100th birthday.
Joseph Flavill suffered severe traumatic brain trauma after being hit by a car last March, three weeks before the U.K. went into its first lockdown.
Boris Johnson's director of communications and closest aide Lee Cain has quit amid rumors of internal tensions at Downing Street.
About 8 percent of Germans would vote for Trump compared to 66 percent who back Joe Biden to win the U.S. presidential election in four days.
Results show that if Brits were given the vote, Democratic rival Joe Biden would win by a landslide.
"The USA is in a much better position, thankfully. We've regained control of the virus, both the cases and the fatalities," Larry Kudlow told reporters on Monday.