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Mukesh Ambani has had a roller-coaster 2020, cutting a string of deals for his digital business, undergoing wild swings

China rejects new US invite to join nuclear talks

China on Friday rejected a new US invitation to join arms control talks with Russia, complaining that Washington had

US court orders Iran to pay $879m to Khobar bombing survivors

A United States federal court held Iran responsible for the 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia

Tensions continue to rise between US, Hezbollah

The fallout from US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's warning that Washington will do all it can to prevent

Malaysia turns to HK for help in hunt for 1MDB fugitives

Malaysia's police sought help from Hong Kong authorities in its 1MDB probe that includes the hunt for Jho Low,

China offers glimpse inside lab near Wuhan

Chinese state media has offered a rare glimpse of the lab at the heart of coronavirus conspiracy theories, as

Netherlands takes Russia to European rights court

The Netherlands said on Friday it would take Russia to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) for its

Iran denies US seizure of Iranian arms on way to Houthis

Iran on Thursday denied that US forces had seized a boat carrying Iranian weapons to Houthi rebels in Yemen,

Bolsonaro says he feels ‘very well’, praises hydroxycholoroquine

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who has tested positive for

Israeli troops kill Palestinian in West Bank: Palestinian ministry

Israeli troops killed a Palestinian civilian in the West

Missing S.Korean mayor found dead

Park Won-soon, mayor of

Pandemic could push 45 million in Latin America into poverty: UN

The COVID-19 pandemic could

Global death toll from coronavirus reaches 554,304

The death toll from

WHO sets up panel to review handling of coronavirus pandemic

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Thursday that it was setting up an independent panel to review its

Abe, Morrison share concern over East, South China Seas

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Australian counterpart, Scott Morrison, shared serious concerns over various moves in the

Bolsonaro plans to appease investors with ban on Amazon fires

Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro plans to put a four-month ban on fires in the Amazon and Pantanal regions in

UN chief warns foreign interference in Libya 'unprecedented'

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned that foreign interference in Libya's war has reached "unprecedented levels" and urged key players

Five more policemen held for custody death in India

Five more policemen were arrested in a widening investigation into the deaths of a father and his son while

India's coronavirus cases jump, transmission rate increases

India reported nearly 25,000 new coronavirus infections Thursday and its transmission rate is increasing for the first time since

Rule on int'l students: Harvard, MIT sue U.S. govt

Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on

Global leaders discuss comprehensive approaches to responding to COVID-19

More than 50 heads of state and government, alongside

US steps up COVID-19 vaccines, therapies dev as caseload tops 3 mln

The U.S. National Institute

Melania Trump statue torched in Slovenia

A quirky wooden sculpture of US First Lady Melania Trump is reported to have

Death of black teen in US juvenile facility sparks outrage

A viral video showing a black teen losing consciousness while being choked by staff

Global Covid-19 death toll reaches 545,414

The novel coronavirus has killed at least 545,414 people since the outbreak emerged in

One killed, four injured in London crane collapse

One person was killed and four others injured on Wednesday after a crane collapsed

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