"After a year and a half, no one can claim ignorance about the coronavirus anymore," Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said
"This administration will defend and protect human rights around the world," the report said.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel said, "the campaign against Cuba was growing on social media in the last weeks."
Former South African President Jacob Zuma was sentenced to 15 months in prison last week and riots have escalated since.
A scorned lover reportedly took her ex-boyfriend's car on a weekend joyride in an attempt to rack up expensive traffic crime fines that he would have to pay.
Hundreds of Chinese fishing ships have anchored in the Spratlys region and dumped human waste, sewage, and wastewater, a U.S. expert said Monday.
Health officials and scientists have been voicing their concerns against England lifting COVID restrictions, saying ditching masks and social distancing altogether could be dangerous.
The founder of one of the companies said the vaccine donation "will give the people of Taiwan some breathing room and more confidence in facing the pandemic."
"The People's Republic of China continues to coerce and intimidate Southeast Asian coastal states," U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
In all, 16 players have withdrawn or declined to take their spots in the field for the 149th edition of golf's oldest championship game.
Election was held just 3 months after an inconclusive vote and again produced a fragmented parliament that will struggle to form a viable governing coalition.
A neighbor also revealed her 6-year-old Cocker Spaniel had been killed by the American Staffordshire terrier (the breed pictured) just four weeks earlier.
"We know that with that violence, it would be very difficult to achieve a political settlement," Miller told Taliban officials.
Lithuania's growing dispute with Belarus caused Lithuania to build a fence along the border.
In Thailand, 618 of 677,348 medical workers who received two doses of the Sinovac vaccine have since become infected with COVID-19.
About 10 percent of people globally are likely undernourished and hunger eclipsed population growth in 2020, according to a report by five U.N. agencies.
Twitter called the behavior "abhorrent racial abuse", removing over 1,000 tweets and suspending a number of accounts.
Thousands took to the streets in downtown Havana, before reports emerged of internet and cell phone service being lost across Cuba.
Authorities have detained 18 of the Colombians, in addition to three Haitians also suspected in the killing.
The U.S. blacklisted 14 Chinese companies on Friday for their alleged human rights abuses. China said it would safeguard the rights of Chinese companies.
Forty percent of France's population is vaccinated, but COVID-19 infections have increased in the past two weeks.
"Measures taken to address the past will transform our future," the U.N.'s human rights chief said.