Spanish officials will begin reopening the country to international tourists on July 1, ending a mandatory two-week quarantine for incoming travelers, according to the prime minister.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson defended his chief adviser, Dominic Cummings, who said in a statement Monday that he did not regret driving 260 miles from London during the country’s coronavirus lockdown.
Wang Yi, the Chinese foreign minister, said Sunday that the U.S. should “give up on its wishful thinking of changing China” and avoid bringing the two countries to a “new Cold War.”
New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Arden went viral Monday over the composure she kept during an earthquake on live television.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in a Jerusalem courtroom Sunday to face corruption charges in a long-awaited trial that he has denounced as a sham.
Cummings has been sighted in three separate locations away from his London home during the national lockdown.
The optimism over the speedy development of a vaccine might be premature.
Police in Hong Kong fired tear gas and a water cannon at protesters Sunday as thousands rallied in the streets against China’s move to impose a new national security law on the semi-autonomous city.
An alligator once rumored to have belonged to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler has died at the Moscow Zoo.
The U.S. military showcased its "awesome firepower" last week in the Persian Gulf, officials said, the same day it warned vessels in the Mideast against approaching within 100 yards of its warships after encounters with Iranian gunboats.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made his first public appearance in over three weeks Saturday, hosting a military meeting, according to state media reports.
The coronavirus has reached every African country, infecting more than 100,000 people, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced Friday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has submitted legislation that would add “patriotism” and “war history” to Russia’s required education.
A new report by a British think tank shows that the U.S. is strategically dependent on China for 414 categories of imports, of which 114 service its critical national infrastructure -- and in some cases, these could pose a national security risk.
Johnson defended the actions of an aid who defied lockdown measures to visit the other end of the country.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's trial for three corruption cases will begin on Sunday, more than two months after Israel's unprecedented third election in less than a year, which ended inconclusively and led to the formation of a unity government. Netanyahu is the first sitting Israeli prime minister to go on trial.
The coronavirus pandemic has enforced stay-at-home orders that are putting young children at risk of contracting measles, polio and diphtheria according to a Friday report by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Two regional Islamic State (ISIS) leaders were killed earlier this week during a joint operation between Syrian and coalition forces in northeast Syria, coalition forces said Friday.
A near-death experience captured on film by an extreme sportsman.
The number of daily new cases continues to increase in countries across the continent.