Fiona Lamdin, who is white, was reporting on what police say was a racially motivated hit-and-run attack on an NHS worker in the city of Bristol.
The Duke of Sussex says tourism needs to rebuild to save communities struggling to put "food on your families' tables" as he urges global travel to "build back better."
President Donald Trump is extending a 13-year national emergency over the situation in Lebanon, where tensions between Israel and Hezbollah compound on a series of crises ravaging the country.
Four students were arrested on Wednesday in Hong Kong under the city's new national security law, which went into effect on July 1.
The interim governor of Khabarovsk Region, Mikhail Degtyarev, gave an interview to Kommersant after days of protests against his Kremlin appointment.
Boris Johnson is reported to be "extremely concerned" by outbreaks "bubbling up", both at home and abroad.
On Tuesday, the Air Line Pilots Association, which represents FedEx Express pilots, issued a press release, saying that the city posed "unacceptable risks for pilots," related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Lieutenant General Glen VanHerck told a Senate Armed Services Committee confirmation hearing both nations are developing ways to challenge America's global military dominance.
Spain, Belgium and The Netherlands are among the nations in Europe reporting the sharpest rises in recent weeks.
As of July 28, Asia has recorded more than 3.9 million confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Iranian forces launched an "all-out and multi-layer" attack on a life-size replica of an American Nimitz-class aircraft carrier in the Strait of Hormuz on Tuesday.
While the U.S. has accused China of trying to build a "maritime empire" in the South China Sea, Beijing says Washington is responsible for wars that killed more than 800,000 people in countries like Iraq, Libya and Syria.
"China Post has contacted USPS, asking it to send those fake packages to China for investigation," Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson, Wang Wenbin, said during a news briefing on Tuesday.
Tens of thousands have taken to the streets in Russia's far east for the past three weekends.
"The U.S. Navy conducts defensive exercises with our partners promoting maritime security in support of freedom of navigation; whereas, Iran conducts offensive exercises, attempting to intimidate and coerce," the 6th Fleet said.
A court in the Ivanovo Region convicted Yevgeniy Spirin, 34, on charges related to extremism. Jehovah's Witnesses have been banned in Russia since 2017.
Developers are promising "one of the most exciting entertainment destinations in the world" if it opens as scheduled in 2024.
Chris Black, an Australian shark expert, said the attack was a "freak incident."
The Equalities and Human Rights Commission currently has no black commissioners, despite being the UK's equalities watchdog, and former commissioners who were black or from another ethnic minority say their voices were unwelcome.
One defense official told Newsweek that Sea Breeze 2020 was "meant to be an exercise that had all Black Sea countries to include Russia working together in, but Russia unprovoked invaded Georgia and then Ukraine."
The World Health Organization told Newsweek that it is aware of North Korea's recent report of an individual possibly infected with COVID-19 crossing into the country, but the country has yet to register any cases of the new coronavirus disease.