Police in the United Kingdom said officers "were in absolute shock" when they found 25 adults and children flouting a lockdown order by having a party "with speakers and karaoke" amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Indigenous groups in South American have begun blockading their villages, barring all entries and exits, in an effort to protect tribal members from the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe.
Hungary's parliament on Monday overwhelming approved new legislation granting Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government sweeping new powers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has come under fire for visiting the mother of Mexico's most well-known drug lord over the weekend, at the same time the government is pleading with its citizens to stay indoors amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A cardinal with the Rome diocese has tested positive for coronavirus on Monday, according to the Vatican. The report said the cardinal is doing well.
17 members of a family in Britain have tested positive for the coronavirus after attending the funeral of a relative who died of the illness, according to local media.
Submariners conducting missions out a sea are likely among the last people in the world to be unaware of the coronavirus pandemic turning life upside down back home.
Spain on Monday became the third-most coronavirus infected country in the world, surpassing the number of cases in China, where the novel virus originated late last year.
The North West Motorway Police said the motorist was making a 224-mile round trip to collect windows bought on eBay.
A group of 14 workers in South Africa were found locked inside a factory where they were allegedly forced to make medical masks for nearly a week to meet the skyrocketing demand resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, a local official said Sunday.
As Israel fights to stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in the Holy Land, the new virus is shutting down historic sites, sacred to the major religions.
An astrophysicist in Australia went to the hospital last week after getting magnets stuck up his nose while attempting to invent a device to stop people from touching their faces amid the global coronavirus pandemic, according to a report.
North Korea is vowing Monday to “repay the U.S. with actual horror and unrest” following remarks from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo last week in which he called on world leaders to keep applying pressure on the Hermit Kingdom’s controversial nuclear program.
The South African government’s “brutal and heavy-handed” approach to enforcing the country’s three-week lockdown amid the coronavirus outbreak has been called into question amid reports of one man being shot and four children reportedly injured in an alleged altercation with authorities.
The Netherlands is the latest country to reject China-made coronavirus testing kits and other protective gear, calling the items substandard and raising serious questions about the quality of the supplies Beijing is selling to the world.
An ill American citizen is worried as his medication runs low while quarantined at his sister's house in the West Bank.
Colombia’s left-wing National Liberation Army (ELN) rebel group has announced a one-month “active” ceasefire on humanitarian grounds amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Amid a growing humanitarian crisis in India, police in one part of the country used tear gas to disperse a large crowd of migrant workers defying a three-week lockdown to contain the coronavirus, according to a report.
Chinese officials, desperate to recast the country as a global leader that has conquered the coronavirus, have been saying that its death rates are decreasing in the city of Wuhan. The problem, residents say, is that the numbers don't add up.
France evacuated dozens of coronavirus patients from overwhelmed hospitals in its hardest-hit region on Sunday using two high-speed trains, military helicopters and a German military plane.