The World Health Organization said that with more than 580,000, the U.S. had the largest number of new cases.
More families wanting a more intimate experience this Thanksgiving could opt to buy smaller turkeys than normal, sparking a shortage.
Pakistan International Airlines spokesman Abdullah Hafeez said "the situation on the ground is not conducive for international flight operations."
Turkish woman Rumeysa Gelgi, who is over 7 feet tall, has been named by Guinness World Records as the tallest living woman.
The United Nations provides a podium that authoritarian regimes exploit to advance their agendas, mock international norms and gaslight victims.
Greece has taken steps to increase its border security over the past two years, and aims to tighten security at its border with Turkey.
As Turkey continues to stoke the fires of ongoing tensions, the U.S. must make clear that it will not fight Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's wars under the obligation of NATO defense if these disputes erupt beyond Erdogan's control.
"To take a photo with the product of another country is no honor," Iranian Revolutionary Guard deputy commander-in-chief General Ali Fadavi said.
"We cannot ignore the fact that we live in a very complicated neighborhood," Greece Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said.
"We did not—and do not—earn this money easily," Erdogan said. "Either they will give us our planes or they will give us the money."
It reportedly took hours for the 50-year-old to realize the rescue mission he had joined was actually looking for him.
Erdogan is set to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Sochi, Russia, on September 29 to discuss Syria.
"It is my hope that, as two NATO countries, we should treat each other with friendship, not hostility. But the current trajectory does not bode well," Erdogan said.
The eerie ghost town has hundreds of abandoned castles as far as the eye can see, complete with turrets and balconies.
He ripped out the restaurant's computer terminals, smashed glassware, threw chairs and said, "We came to kill you! We will kill you!"
Many Afghans are desperately trying to flee their homeland after the Taliban quickly took control of Afghanistan earlier this month.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Thursday that Turkey would not become a "refugee warehouse" for fleeing Afghans.
Opposition parties have been calling on Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government to "take control of the borders" and prevent a new migration surge.
From a vivid sunset to the Milky Way galaxy, a remote-controlled drone captures the scene changing for 30 hours.
The fires, fueled in part by extreme summer temperatures and climate change, have been burning in the country's Mediterranean and Aegean coasts since July 28.
Erdogan's depiction of Turkey as a bastion of anti-imperialism is not new—though it is an increasingly common theme of Turkish propaganda.
The continued presence of Turkish troops in Afghanistan may ameliorate some of the risks in Kabul, but realistically it cannot offer a lasting remedy for Afghanistan's impending problems.
Erdogan acknowledged the Taliban had some "discomforts" over Turkey's proposal for Hamid Karzai International Airport.
Turkey should dismantle its looting industrial complex.
"The airport must be open and operate. If the airport doesn't work, embassies will pull out, and in such a situation, Afghanistan would become an isolated state," said Turkey's defense minister.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said combating violence against women was also a fight to "protect the rights and the honor of our mothers, wives, daughters."
Multiple U.S. allies' efforts in managing human trafficking have declined, according to a State Department report.
We must continue to stand in solidarity with women in Turkey as they face difficult days ahead.
Photos of the dog showed it lying on the edge of the building without any barriers stopping it from falling.