On Monday, President Donald Trump ordered federal agencies to investigate the risks of using Chinese-made drones.
A new poll of 15,000 people across 11 nations found skepticism of the continent's close relationship with the U.S. after four tumultuous years of President Donald Trump.
Tunisia has been mired in political and economic crises since its 2011 uprising, dubbed the "Jasmine Revolution."
Hampshire Police in the U.K. said partygoers claimed they didn't know about the coronavirus pandemic.
"Whatever has happened under Trump's administration must go back to the pre-Trump era," a top Iranian official said.
The helium-filled balloon effigy depicting the president as an angry orange diaper-clad infant clutching a cellphone is set to form part of the Museum of London's protest collection.
After a famed French political scientist was accused of sexually abusing his stepson, survivors of incest came forward with their experiences using the hashtag #MeTooInceste.
Wu Deren reportedly stabbed judge Hao Jian with a knife he brought to court in Heilongjiang Province, China. Dissatisfied with the divorce settlement and armed with a knife, Deren waited for Jian in the court hall before stabbing him in the chest.
The pro-democracy campaigner was arrested in Moscow on his return from Germany, where he has spent months recovering from an apparent assassination attempt.
Navalny was detained upon arrival in Moscow, with authorities saying he'd violated his probation.
"It was decided to pursue related measures so that there would be no gaps in efforts to advance the ROK-US relations and advance the peace process on the Korean Peninsula ahead of the launch of the new administration," South Korean officials said in a statement sent to Newsweek.
Over 30000 fines were issued, with Black, Asian and minority ethnic people more likely to be fined.
Up to a quarter of those arrested in a year could be allowed to go free because of lost records and it "presents huge dangers" for public safety, the Opposition Labour Party says.
The U.K. economy shrank by 2.6 percent in November as England was placed in lockdown for a second time, official figures show.
Laura Rosenberger has warned that Beijing is spreading disinformation to try and dodge blame for the pandemic.
The National Transportation Safety Board said in its final report that the pilot lost control due to tailwinds, potential downdrafts and turbulence.
The military parade featured what appeared to be a new submarine-launched ballistic missile, which if operational would make it more difficult for the U.S. to neutralize Pyongyang's nuclear arsenal.
"It arouses dissaproval to classify as terrorists those who faced terrorism and made tremendous sacrifices and fought the fiercest battles on behalf of the world in order to defeat the most powerful dark and extremist force," the head of Popular Mobilization Forces said in a statement to Newsweek.
Beijing is becoming increasingly belligerent, but like-minded countries could help ensure China's "heavy-handed" tactics do not work, Taiwan's foreign minister Joseph Wu said Wednesday.
Taiwan can expect to play a similar role as Joe Biden ushers in his own Indo-Pacific strategy consistent with the views of top advisers such as Kurt Campbell, a Taipei analyst said.
More than 33,000 people were taken off the streets and given a bed during COVID, a number almost eight times higher than the U.K. government had estimated.