(Reuters) – Six young people from areas in Portugal ravaged by wildfires and heatwaves took 32 European governments to court today, arguing their failure to act fast enough on climate change is a violation of their human rights.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The U.S. Federal Trade Commission filed a long-awaited antitrust lawsuit against Amazon.com
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Over half of all U.S. Democratic senators, including Senator Cory Booker, yesterday called on Senator Bob Menendez to resign after federal prosecutors charged him and his wife with taking bribes from three New Jersey businessmen.
NINEVEH, Iraq, (Reuters) – More than 100 people were killed and 150 injured in a fire at a wedding party in Hamdaniya district in Iraq’s Nineveh province that left civil defence searching the charred skeleton of a building for survivors into the early hours of Wednesday.
MOSCOW, (Reuters) – The death toll from an explosion and fire at a fuel depot in Nagorno-Karabakh has risen to 68, with a further 105 people missing and nearly 300 injured, the office of Karabakh’s ombudsman said yesterday.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – Donald Trump and his family business were found liable for fraud today by a New York judge in state Attorney General Letitia James’ civil lawsuit accusing the former U.S.
MOSCOW, (Reuters) – Oligarch Oleg Deripaska said Russia has weathered Western sanctions imposed over the invasion of Ukraine and cautioned that Western hopes of using such a 19th Century instrument to end the war or trigger regime change were doomed to failure.
BAGHDAD, (Reuters) – Iraq hopes to complete its first railway link with neighbouring Iran within 18 months, largely to help facilitate the transport of millions of pilgrims that visit Shi’ite Muslim shrines in Iraq each year, a senior transport adviser said.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – President Joe Biden met Pacific island leaders for a second White House summit in just over a year on Monday, part of a charm offensive aimed at curbing inroads by China into a region Washington considers strategically crucial.
KYIV, (Reuters) – Ukraine’s special forces said yesterday they had killed Moscow’s top admiral in Crimea along with 33 other officers in last week’s missile attack on the headquarters of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet in the port of Sevastopol.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. Democratic Senator Bob Menendez on Monday ignored calls to resign from his seat, denying wrongdoing and vowing to stay in Congress after prosecutors charged him and his wife with taking bribes from three New Jersey businessmen.
(Reuters) – A U.S. appeals court on Monday gave the Biden administration until Nov.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The National Transportation Safety Board said it has opened an investigation into a JetBlue JBLU.O
LAHORE, Pakistan, (Reuters) – Pakistan said yesterday it was investigating two local distributors of Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche’s ROG.S
MANILA, (Reuters) – The Philippines said today it executed a “special operation” to remove a floating barrier installed by China at a prime fishing patch in the South China Sea, a move that could stoke tension after a years-long detente in Asia’s most disputed waters.
LAHORE, Pakistan, (Reuters) – Pakistan said today it was investigating two local distributors of Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche ROG.S’s
STEPANAKERT, Azerbaijan (Reuters) – Ethnic Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh began a mass exodus by car on Sunday towards Armenia after Azerbaijan defeated the breakaway region’s fighters in a conflict dating from the Soviet era.
NORTH MITROVICA, Kosovo (Reuters) – Ethnic Serb gunmen in armoured vehicles stormed a village in north Kosovo on Sunday, battling police and barricading themselves in a monastery in a resurgence of violence in the restive north that killed four people.
PARIS (Reuters) – France will pull its soldiers out of Niger following a July coup in the West African country, President Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday, dealing a huge blow to French influence and counter-insurgency operations in the Sahel region.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – With just a week before Washington runs out of money to keep the federal government fully operating, warring factions within the Republican Party in the U.S.