China's President Xi Jinping has stressed his desire to bolster the nation's military, days after it was revealed the country is to spend $178 billion on its forces this year.
As countries across Europe and North America begin to reopen, nations in other parts of the world continue to report cases of the novel coronavirus in increasing quantities, representatives from the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday.
Brazil to Continue Using Hydroxychloroquine to Treat Coronavirus Patients, Despite WHO’s Safety Fears
Brazil's health guidelines will continue advising hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for coronavirus patients despite the World Health Organization (WHO) pausing a trial of the drug due to safety concerns.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's approval rating has dropped by 20 points in four days, following the government's handling of its chief adviser Dominic Cummings' journey 260 miles across England while lockdown restrictions were in place.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under increasing pressure to dismiss his chief adviser for breaking lockdown rules during the height of the pandemic.
Spouses, live-in partners, fianceés and "sweethearts" of Danish citizens are now permitted to enter the country from Germany as well as other Scandinavian countries.
China and the United States are veering toward a "new Cold War," Beijing's foreign minister warned just one day after Hong Kong protests reignited.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has announced the end of his state of emergency declaration for the novel coronavirus pandemic, with just 851 deaths reported and without ever implementing a lockdown.
Chairs were thrown. Fights erupted. Pedestrians crowded promenades and vehicles chocked streets from Turin to Naples.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro appeared to play down concerns around the U.S.'s new travel restrictions on Brazil on Sunday, as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the South American country soared past 360,000.