The northern Italy region hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic seems well on the path to so-called “herd immunity” after more than half of its residents tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies.
Another day of protests in wake of the killing of George Floyd, a black man, at the hands of a white Minneapolis police officer geared up Saturday as hundreds of people across the country hit the streets.
The territory surrounding Australia’s capital city of Canberra has become of the first of the country’s eight states and territories to declare itself free of all known coronavirus cases. It is the region’s latest boost in the fight against the deadly pandemic.
Tom Moore sought to raise about $1,200 to help doctors and nurses fighting the coronavirus pandemic in England before his 100th birthday later this month.
Amid a chorus of complaints from half a dozen countries that its ventilators and marks were substandard for the fight against the coronavirus, China’s regulators sought to assure foreign governments their products will be subject to quality inspections before sent abroad.
The global outbreak of the coronavirus has forced Russia to postpone a nationwide vote on proposed constitutional amendments that would allow President Vladimir Putin to remain in power.
Spain surged past China to now have the world’s second-highest tally of coronavirus deaths after seeing a 738 spike overnight – it’s highest so far in one day.
Russian President Vladimir Putin officially signed a new constitutional change that could allow him to remain in power for another 16 years and has asked the country’s constitutional court to approve the amendment.
The nephew of the late Nelson Mandela – who happens to be a South African king – was arrested after allegedly going on an ax rampage in the palace, reports claim.
The coronavirus outbreak has killed at least another 97 people in Iran, pushing the country’s death toll past 600.
Spain is set to announce an Italian-style countrywide lockdown Saturday after a dramatic spike in coronavirus cases.
A Canadian man is set to appeal a new court ruling that revokes his vanity license plate that bears his last name: Grabher.
Russian President Vladimir Putin practically has been in office for more than 20 years — and he is not ruling out stay there for much longer.
The Dutch prime minister had a head-slapping moment Monday night when he called on citizens of the Netherlands to stop shaking hands to prevent spreading the new coronavirus – and then he did it himself.
American troops began withdrawing from Afghanistan on Tuesday as part of the peace deal signed with the Taliban – marking what could be the beginning of the end of the United States’ longest foreign military campaign.