The British prime minister has rejected a finding that Home Secretary Priti Patel broke ministerial rules by bullying civil servants.
The Trump administration is pushing ahead with more sanctions on Iran, and the president reportedly asked for military options to strike the country's nuclear facilities.
Screams were heard coming from the man's car on the day the teenager was killed, according to witnesses.
Pompeo's visit to Israel was widely seen as a farewell victory lap and celebration of the pro-Israeli policies of the Trump administration.
Strict restrictions that have closed businesses and banned gatherings across Europe appear to be working - but COVID deaths are still worryingly high.
Hong Kong's pro-democracy camp found an ally in President Donald Trump. The transition of power has left some concerned about continued American support against China.
In a statement sent to Newsweek, the Syrian mission to the United Nations accused President Donald Trump's administration of having "disdain and contempt of international law and the UN Charter."
"Naturally, we will have to take the necessary response measures, which we have talked about many times, proceeding from the tasks of ensuring national security and maintaining strategic stability," the Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.
"Europe accounts for 28 percent of global cases and 26 percent of deaths cumulatively in the region," said Hans Henri P. Kluge. "That is one person dying every 17 seconds."
Universities are failing to adequately deal with the problem, a book has warned.
Antoinette Traboulsi, who worked at a hospital in Quebec, was found buried in a shallow grave, her family said.
"There has not been a single case of a serious adverse event. People have had only mild symptoms," said Liu Jingzhen, chairmen of Sinopharm.
Over 20,000 London cabbies could lose their livelihoods because of COVID-19, the Licensed Taxi Drivers' Association says.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said Monday that his country's inclusion in President-elect Joe Biden's proposed "coalition of democracies" was not "on the cards."
The president's spokesperson poked fun at her country's status and Twitter's use of disclaimers on Donald Trump's tweets, offering her own version of the "disputed" meme.
Rebekah Vardy is seeking damages for libel against Coleen Rooney at the High Court in London.
The BDS movement calls for boycotts and sanctions on Israel over its treatment of the Palestinian people.
Demonstrators are demanding reforms to Thailand's monarchy.
Bill Clinton praised Joe Biden and discussed the president-elect's China challenge at this week's Bloomberg New Economy Forum.
Doctors say COVID rules could be relaxed over the holiday season in the U.K. - but the government insists "no decisions have been made."
The Trump administration is turning the screws on Tehran, seeking to collapse Iran's economy before the end of the president's term.
Child rapist Richard Huckle, known as one of Britain's worst pedophiles, was attacked in his prison cell.