In one neighborhood, residents tied suspects' arms with rope and forced them to walk while yelling "Move! Move!" until they could hand them over to police.
"We express our full support to and solidarity with all efforts and measures taken by the government and people of Cuba for safeguarding the dignity and sovereignty of the country and defending to the end their fatherland, revolution and gains of socialism," a North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.
While COVID case numbers are surging, the U.K'.s government hopes a rapid rollout of vaccines will help prevent people from becoming seriously ill.
A strong theme from the gathering was "this will not be the last pandemic we experience and that preparedness is critical," said New Zealand's Prime Minister.
Shelby says she'd been on the treadmill for 15 minutes when she was told to leave.
A Cabinet advisory said U.S. businesses should "be aware of potential reputational, regulatory, financial, and, in certain instances, legal risks associated with their Hong Kong operations."
"Nine people broke into our apartment, seized all the equipment and took Aleh away in handcuffs," Maryana Hruzdzilovich, one journalist's wife, told the AP.
The riots erupted after former President Jacob Zuma began serving a 15-month prison sentence for contempt of court.
The Chinese Ministry of Culture said that only songs that "promote positive energy" should be allowed.
Restaurants still in recovery from the initial toll of the pandemic were struggling to stay afloat under the order.
The German chancellor and the president have not settled their differences over the gas pipeline.
The World Health Organization has urged Beijing to hand over vital COVID-19 data to inform investigators about the origins of the virus.
IOC President Thomas Bach said there was "zero" risk of athletes in the Olympic Village on Tokyo Bay passing COVID-19 to Japanese citizens or other residents of the village.
The island's government says it "wants to take co-responsibility for combating the global climate crisis."
France, the European Union and the U.S. urged Lebanese politicians to form a Cabinet and schedule an international conference to support the effort.
Siddiqui and the Afghan officer were killed as fighting in the region over border crossings intensified.
The non-venomous snake, native to the U.S. and Mexico, was one of three found in the northwest of England in early July by residents in the local area.
The British parliamentary committee issued a report calling for the boycott to pressure China to "end its persecution" of the minority Muslim group.
The TASS agency reported that the Antonov aircraft, belonging to Siberian Light Aviation, went missing in the Tomsk region on Friday.
The last meeting between senior Chinese and U.S. officials was in Alaska in March and ended in a row.
Parts of Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands were hit with around two months' worth of rain on Thursday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the flooding was a "catastrophe," calling Thursday "a day characterized by fear, by despair, by suffering."