Alluding to allegations about China's detention of Uyghurs in Xinjiang, the Chinese Foreign Ministry told the U.S. to shut down Guantanamo Bay detention camp.
Russia's confirmed Omicron cases increased from 305 on Tuesday to 698 on Wednesday.
Johnson apologized for the first time Wednesday, acknowledging attending the event for the first time.
The city of Tianjin is an hour from Beijing, where the Winter Olympic Games will begin on February 4.
Vyacheslav Volodin, the Speaker of Russia's lower house, has accused Washington of "destroying the system of ensuring international security."
A limited number of fans will be able to see male cub Xiao Xiao and its sister Lei Lei at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo through Friday before the park closes off viewings.
The lack of PPE was "a serious safety and health danger for all health workers, especially for doctors due to their direct exposure," a Spanish judge said.
Prince Andrew has failed to get his Jeffrey Epstein case thrown out on a technicality, paving the way for a bombshell civil trial with accuser Virginia Giuffre.
Two arrests were reportedly made in connection to the funeral over an alleged breach of COVID rules.
The tennis star's medical exemption from a COVID-19 vaccine is currently under review.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is demanding that NATO halt any plans to add Ukraine or other nations.
Big cat researcher Tara Pirie told Newsweek that with so few remaining, the loss of any individual will have a "substantial impact" on the species.
Footage showing the Kororā penguin's extremely lucky escape was released by the tour group Blue Penguins Pukekura.
The COVID Act introduced by Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida would also see the U.S. cut the funding of research projects conducted with China's national academy.
For people who like their beaches unspoilt by mass tourism.
Scientists have warned this level of travel could cause invasive species to be transported to the frozen continent.
Prince Andrew wants his Jeffrey Epstein-related sex abuse lawsuit dismissed, but the legal process may be upsetting for victims, psychologists tell Newsweek.
A year ago, the Twitter account of the Chinese embassy in Washington quoted an article saying "emancipated" Uyghur women were "no longer baby-making machines."
After tussling with the pilot, the passenger attempted to jump out the window of the aircraft.
The email inadvertently contained information about approximately 800 employees who were either unvaccinated or withheld their vaccination status.
Pope Francis, 85, made an unannounced visit to the store, and a Vatican reporter who happened to be close by captured the visit on camera.
The model projects that the number of daily reported cases in the U.S. will peak at 1.2 million by January 19 and will then fall sharply.