"We don't accept countries outside the region pointing fingers, let alone meddling or making instigation, which will only endanger the regional peace and stability," China's embassy in India said.
Global death estimates for health care workers who contracted COVID-19 more than doubled over the summer, according to a new analysis from Amnesty International.
The Lebanese Armed Forces announced Thursday that its army engineering regiment discovered 4.35 tons of ammonium nitrate during an inspection of four containers at Beirut port entrance 9.
"It's a clusterf**k in Syria," one senior U.S. intelligence official told Newsweek. "We don't have a strategy."
Anti-regime demonstrations erupted in around 100 towns and cities last year, with a new fuel tax sparking off simmering unrest.
The students who attended the trip in Germany and others with whom they've been in contact have been quarantined.
The moment the woman was bitten was captured on video by a tourist, as the victim is heard screaming in the background.
Alexei Navalny has long been one of President Vladimir Putin's most prominent domestic critics, and a target of the Russian regime.
Pyongyang is believed to have continued its nuclear and ICBM research, despite a 2017 moratorium on tests.
The Pentagon report released this week estimated China's nuclear arsenal at just over 200 warheads, predicting Beijing would double its number of warheads over the coming decade.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying criticized an annual Pentagon assessment that found the People's Liberation Army had outpaced the U.S. in certain categories.
The public health agency noted that corticosteroid treatments could reduce mortality risks in critical COVID-19 patients.
Protests have been ongoing since the disputed election in which Alexander Lukashenko claimed victory.
The former bodyguard of then–North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Il, says he fears for his life if he is deported to South Korea, after being denied asylum in Canada.
The Russian opposition figure is being treated at Berlin's Charite hospital where he has been transferred from the Siberian city of Omsk.
The 28-year-old woman's arrest in Australia was recorded in a video that later went viral online.
Tensions have been high along the Himalayan frontier between the two giant neighbors for months, with deadly clashes seriously undermining bilateral ties.
Boris Johnson is a big fan of Winston Churchill but won't want the same fate as the wartime prime minister.
Iran has led the push back against the Israel-UAE normalization deal, describing it as a betrayal of the Palestinians and Muslims more broadly.
"This exercise is a demonstration of partnership between NATO Allies aimed at improving interoperability, and is not directed toward a particular country or adversary," the 41st Field Artillery Brigade's Major Joseph Bush said.
There were 56 percent fewer international tourists from January to May compared to a year ago, reports the U.N. World Tourism Organization.
European diplomat Helga Maria Schmid said signatories aim to "ensure full implementation of the agreement despite current challenges."