Americans are increasingly of the opinion that the coronavirus pandemic will alter the global balance of power, with more now believing China is becoming a major threat to the U.S. than two years ago. That's according to analysis by the Pew Research Center.
Russia laid out its rules for resorting to nuclear weapons in the event of war as part of its new military doctrine, widening its scope of strategy as it struggles to get the United States to renew longstanding limits on arsenals.
COVID-19 has now killed more people in the U.K. than the blitz bombing raids during World War II.While the German bombing raids in the country led to 43,000 deaths, mostly concentrated in London, the total number of people who have now lost their lives to the COVID-19 virus in the U.K. is nearing 50,000 according to official figures.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday said that he has been watching the protests for George Floyd in the United States with "horror and consternation."
Demonstrators gathered in Berlin to support Black Lives Matter on Tuesday, after Minneapolis resident George Floyd's death last week incited protests against police violence and racism in the United States and across the world.
Hong Kong's leader has invoked the police response to violent demonstrations across the U.S. as an example of "double standards" in international criticism her government faces for how it handles pro-democracy demonstrations.
People from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds are more likely to die of COVID-19 than those from white backgrounds, a report looking into the disparities in the risk and outcomes of COVID-19 has found.
Thousands of people queued for hours outside IKEA stores as they reopened in England and Northern Ireland following COVID-19 lockdown restrictions being eased.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has prevented loved ones from seeing each other for weeks, a widowed swan has found a soul mate.
WHO’s Top China Official Said Beijing Gave Agency Coronavirus Information Minutes Before it Appeared...
The World Health Organization's top official in China said in January that Chinese authorities were only handing the U.N. agency information about the new coronavirus minutes before it appeared on state media, according to a report.