President Joe Biden announced a ban on US imports of Russian oil on Tuesday. The most far-reaching action yet.
The Ukrainian military has paraded captured Russian soldiers before the media and made them recite repentances for their invasion, prompting the Red Cross to warn prisoners must not be mistreated.
China indicated it was ‘willing to work with the international community to carry out necessary mediation, when necessary.’
‘The second round of talks is over. Unfortunately, Ukraine does not have the results it needs yet. There are decisions only on the organisation of humanitarian corridors.’
“You can see fine well what separates them from us,” a young Nigerian added, bitterly. “We’re black, that’s what it is.”
Death, destruction and division as fighters from both sides subjected civilians to ‘unimaginable violence’ in South Sudan.
Chocolate islands, once the world’s leading cocoa producers, are now turning to Europe’s market to regain position in the chocolate industry.
Tigray itself is receiving only about 10% of the aid it needs. In July the UN warned that 400 000 people “crossed the threshold into famine”.
Minks are bred for their fur and have been found at particular risk of contracting COVID-19 and transmitting the virus to humans.
The company has in recent years moved strongly into areas such as video games, movies, cartoons and Legoland amusement parks
While demand for Shetland ponies has fluctuated over the last 12 months, prices in 2020 hit records of more than £3,000 for one of the tiny horses.
Kaffa’s leaders have a plan to fix it; a referendum scheduled for Thursday that, if successful, would carve out a new South West region.
Every year, the scene is growing, with new artists contributing to a collective wall, just as Lhamzi and Droby started out.
A military tribunal set up on the edge of the sprawling Kahuzi-Biega National Park in South Kivu province convicted Chance Mihonya.
Nearly 2 500 rare rhino horns were destroyed in the first ceremony of its kind in northeastern India as part of an anti-poaching drive.
Former US President Donald Trump filed a $100 million lawsuit against his estranged niece Mary Trump and The New York Times.
“Compared to other countries, like let’s say Norway or Sweden, we have more murders in Pretoria on a Saturday than they have over the whole year,” said Lieutenant-Colonel Elmarie Myburgh, the only criminal profiler in the SAPS.
‘I want to fight and regain the rights that they took from us. We don’t need to go to another country. This is our homeland.’
Libya’s parliament, on Tuesday, passed a no-confidence vote in the war-scarred country’s unity government.
Veteran of Egypt’s wars and politics, Tantawi had served as Mubarak’s defence minister and chairman of the Supreme Council of Armed Forces.
All children aged between 12 and 15 years should be offered but not required to take vaccinations against coronavirus, the chief medical officers who advise the UK’s four governments, said on Monday.
With his devil-may-care charm, Jean-Paul Belmondo, who has died aged 88, was the poster boy of the New Wave, France’s James Dean and Humphrey Bogart rolled into one irresistible man.
The western parts of Germany have been the most affected by the historic floods that also caused destruction in Belgium, Luxembourg and Holland.
Prominent Dutch crime journalist Peter R de Vries was shot at least five times after exiting a television studio in Amsterdam on Tuesday night.