Venezuela Attorney General Tarek William Saab confirmed that two Americans had been charged after a failed coup attempt on Sunday 3 May.
The White House says 100,000 to 240,000 Americans will die from COVID-19.
Donald Trump praised South Africa and its love of “freedom” this week: But the US has been less cheery about 217 Cuban doctors who arrived in SA on Monday.
There has been mixed news about the intravenous antiviral in recent weeks.
The manager reported finding an unknown man, later identified as Louis Angel Ortiz, asleep in the closed restaurant.
Trump says that the World Health Organization’s operations in China were ‘not transparent’.
More than 500,000 people around the world have now contracted the new coronavirus, overwhelming healthcare systems even in wealthy nations and triggering an avalanche of government-ordered lockdowns.
Weinstein’s spokespeople have declined to comment to US media on the subject.
British actor Idris Elba is the latest celebrity to test positive for coronavirus and confirmed on social media that he was ‘quarantining’.
The disgraced Hollywood mogul was convicted of sexual assault and rape, but cleared of the most serious predatory sexual assault charges.
The land expropriation debate has gone global: After US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo criticised SA’s proposals, the EFF have come barging into the debate.
A major trade dispute with one of the biggest global super-powers? That’s just what our fragile economy needed: Here’s why SA is in the eye of a storm.
Trump’s acquittal by the Senate is just the latest escape for the real estate tycoon turned politician who has repeatedly defied the odds.
Life is not all that peachy for US President Donald Trump following explosive allegations by his former national security adviser John Bolton.
This is how the world honoured the memory of a fallen legend.
A helicopter crash in Calabasas, California has killed five people – multiple sources are saying that NBA legend Kobe Bryant is amongst the dead.
The US Senate voted along party lines on Tuesday to set the rules for President Donald Trump’s historic impeachment trial.
‘Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye…’ The impeachment trial of US President Donald Trump has begun.
The United States’ plan to deal Iran a low blow with the killing of general Qasem Soleimani, appears to have united pro-Iran factions under an ‘axis of resistance’.
Iran has vowed to take ‘severe revenge’ for Qasem Soleimani’s death, the biggest escalation yet in a feared war between Iran and the US.
Trump was impeached Wednesday over a telephone conversation where he pressured Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate his potential White House challenger in 2020, the veteran Democrat Joe Biden.
Earlier today, Trump congratulated controversial British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on a momentous electoral victory.
Popular ride-hailing service Uber has released its first safety report, detailing safety statistics in the US.
The slow-turning wheels of justice have just bumped up an extra gear. The Guptas could now face a fresh series of raids, thanks to American intervention.