Tom Moore raised more than $41m for the health service by walking laps of his garden during last year’s lockdown.
Shooting in northeastern city of Hassakeh kills one; two car bombings in Aleppo claim lives of 12.
The first one million shots of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine will be used to inoculate healthcare workers.
Myanmar’s military leaders have discredited November’s election results with unfounded claims of fraud.
El Mundo says Lionel Messi’s deal is ‘largest in the history of sport’ and contributed to Catalan club’s financial woes.
Vehicle loaded with explosives crashes into entrance gate of Mogadishu’s Afrik hotel before fighters storm inside.
The Biden administration needs to go beyond cancelling Trump’s commission to protect critical history education.
Ten Senate Republicans propose a smaller aid bill as Joe Biden suggests moving ahead without bipartisan support.
Protesters in parts of Europe denounce restrictions aimed at combating the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
In unverified recording attributed to Debretsion Gebremichael, TPLF leader issues fresh call to arms against gov’t.
Deployment of staff and equipment comes after Portugal said only seven ICU beds on its mainland were vacant.
And it does not mean we are entering a new age where the power of Wall Street will be truly challenged.
Tehran finds itself in a delicate position in talks to stop violence in neighbouring Afghanistan.
Israel says the killed Palestinian attempted to attack soldiers at a West Bank junction south of Bethlehem.
Russians protest in support of opposition figure Alexey Navalny across the country on Sunday.
Defence team reportedly quits over strategy after the former US president insisted he was the victim of election fraud.
Experts say Huanan market still plays a role in tracing the origins of the coronavirus pandemic.
Xenophobic ban ended up hurting those around the world who cherished American democracy.
After almost three months of closure because of COVID-19, zoo faces huge bills to keep 2,000 animals fed and healthy.
Dozens of people promote anti-vaccination conspiracy theories and demand the end of COVID-19 lockdowns.
Interim leaders will oversee preparations for elections scheduled to take place by the end of the year, the UN says.
England international receives racist abuse on social media after his team drew 0-0 with Arsenal.
How a culture of extravagance and exploitative practices force brides’ families to spend beyond their means.
Decision marks resumption of the only international arrivals into Australia who do not require 14 days in quarantine.
UK says joining CPTPP would remove tariffs on food, drink and cars, while helping boost the tech and services sectors.
Police ramp up pressure on opposition with arrests and criminal probes as Navalny allies call for new protests.
A new visa scheme offering millions of Hong Kong residents a pathway to British citizenship is set to go live on Sunday.
Symbolic rebuke comes amid growing Republican opposition to Senate trial of ex-president, set to begin next month.
Amid COVID surge that has also left many officials dead, authorities come face to face with reality long faced by poor.
More than 1,000 people arrested in Tunisia over past two weeks in protests against corruption and police brutality.
Charges come as US authorities continue to investigate whether January 6 breach was preplanned and coordinated.
Turkish defence ministry says five people killed and over 20 wounded in attack at industrial site at the centre of town.
WHO warns wealthy countries against blocking supply of COVID vaccines to the developing world.
Lisbon says record 843 out of 850 ICU beds allocated for COVID-19 patients on its mainland are occupied.
Iranian foreign ministry says deal ‘unchangeable’ after French President Macron calls for talks to include Saudi Arabia.
CDC order comes as Biden administration seeks to stem high COVID-19 case numbers amid discovery of new virus variants.
Indigenous and environmental advocates say proposed project in Arizona would damage local ecosystems and sacred sites.
Demonstrators form human chain as they rally against Amazon’s plan to set up facility in small southern town of Fournes.
Brussels reversed plan to invoke Article 16 of post-Brexit deal on Northern Ireland to restrict COVID vaccine exports.
Arrested on his return to Russia, opposition figure Alexey Navalny’s documentary fuels anti-Putin protests.
COVIran Barekat jab shown to completely defuse the UK variant of coronavirus in its human trials, officials say.
Investors and professionals including scientists, doctors and writers will be eligible for naturalisation.
Iraq’s leaders, fearing defeat in planned June vote, manoeuvred to delay election to buy time, government adviser says.
Israel-based company donated three solar-powered water-making machines to Gaza to help with the crisis.
UN and aid agencies warn fighting, famine and abuses by troops threaten millions.
Controversial leader says the covering is representative of an ideology she described as ‘totalitarian and murderous’.
The soldiers were killed when a suicide bomber hit the base with an explosives-laden Humvee.
Lawmakers to hold first meeting on Monday amid new threats of army takeover over alleged poll fraud.
The case of Canadian couple Rod and Ekaterina Baker shows that the colonial ‘wasicu’ mindset is not a thing of the past.
Lebanon’s demise has turned food blogger Anthony Rahayel into an unlikely protagonist in the fight for its future.
Organisers say the event was scrapped amid concerns over a resurgence of coronavirus in California.
Germany is also affected by the temporary travel restriction beginning on February 1 until the end of April.
Katherine Maher discusses how Wikipedia, the world’s largest reference website, fights misinformation.
Body of a man lying for hours on a sidewalk became a symbol of the chaos enveloping coronavirus-hit Wuhan last year.
The 67-year-old leader appears in a video message from the National Palace to allay concerns about his condition.
US says Chinese military flights posed no threat to its navy but fit a pattern of aggressive behaviour by Beijing.
Ireland welcomes EU reversal on triggering Brexit clause which would have blocked exports of COVID-19 vaccines to UK.
A Trump acolyte, Marjorie Taylor Greene faces calls for expulsion as ‘disturbing’ social media posts emerge.
Global stocks also fell the most since late October after day traders hatching stock bets roiled hedge funds.
Prosecutors for the Canadian government argued Meng Wanzhou should be considered a flight risk.