Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has threatened Ethiopia as it insists on filling a controversial Nile dam.
Several countries have paused or limited use of the shot amid concern over reports of rare blood clots in recipients.
Pakistan says it will allow some imports to ease price pressure, latest indication of thaw in relations with India.
The promise and perils of the Biden presidency in comparison to other presidents.
Mexico began vaccinating adults aged 60 and over last month and plans on inoculating most of the elderly by April.
Despite successful vaccination drive, infections are increasing across Chile, exacerbating deep-seated inequalities.
Some 5,300 displaced people registered in different districts of troubled Cabo Delgado province after fleeing assault.
The five protesters were indicted under a section of the law that carries a minimum sentence of 16 years in prison.
Travel deal experts who track consumer interest say demand for plane seats is likely to increase, driving prices up.
Constitutional Court sends indictment seeking ban of HDP back to prosecutor over omissions, state media reports.
Some 105 freed prisoners believed to have earlier surrendered peacefully during Haftar’s campaign to take over Tripoli.
In an open letter, reporters say officials are making it impossible to document the world’s deadliest outbreak.
Findings of government-ordered review into racism condemned by equality campaigners as an ‘utter whitewash’.
John Sudworth recently reported on internment camps for Uighurs in the Xinjiang region.
There has been an increase in Asian American hate crimes amid the pandemic and officials’ charged rhetoric, groups say.
Pfizer-BioNTech said their vaccine showed 100 percent efficacy against the coronavirus in children between 12-15 years.
In the past, the rise of far-right ideology has surged ahead in Europe and the US in unison.
Biden administration’s new draft proposal fails to address many fundamental issues stalling the Afghan peace process.
Yemen’s COVID committee has urged the gov’t to declare a public health ‘state of emergency’ amid a surge in infections.
Siddis are believed to have descended from Bantu peoples of sub-Saharan Africa and mostly live on India’s western coast.
German car giant’s US unit briefly posted statement on website saying it would change its name to ‘Voltswagen’.
The officers say they suffered ‘physical and emotional injuries’ in the riot they say was ‘aided and abetted’ by Trump.
Houthis reject a UN report that finds they were likely responsible for the deadly airport attack in December.
Iran’s leader says Biden admin’s words not translated into action, as he calls for lifting of sanctions to revive talks.
Pandemic causes biggest return of overseas workers in 50 years, with some desperate to return due to mounting loans.
During Tony Hernandez’s trial, US prosecutors said the Honduran president was a co-conspirator in his brother’s crimes.
Death toll from military crackdown on protesters and clashes in ethnic border areas continue to pile up on Wednesday.
Migratory locusts across several provinces threaten billions of dollars worth of food at a critical time for Iran.
Tens of thousands of Tigrayans are reportedly being driven from their homes by Amhara militia over a land dispute.
Teenager Danielle Frazier, who filmed the video of Floyd’s last moments, gives evidence on second day of murder trial.
Saudi Arabia is trying to wean its economy off its reliance on oil exports, which account for more than half its income.
At a regional summit in Tajikistan, Ghani says he ‘strongly supports holding elections at the earliest possible time’.
Experts say Indonesian officials should pay compensation if perpetrator was one of hardline group arrested in January.
Recorder crucial in helping investigators understand decisions pilots took during flight’s final minutes before crash.
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says changes imposed by Beijing breaches 1984 Joint Declaration.
US State Department report says ‘genocide and crimes against humanity’ committed against Uighurs and others in Xinjiang.
Galapagos giant tortoises are endangered and being trafficked is one of the threats they face.
Women have to wait 135.6 years – up from 99.5 in 2020 – to be on equal footing with men, the World Economic Forum warns.
Charges are first directly tied to death of Javier Ambler, who died after officers used stun guns on him after a chase.
New data showed that more than 321,000 Mexicans have died from COVID, a 60 percent increase from the previous count.
Dam construction on the Blue Nile close to Ethiopia’s border with Sudan has heightened regional tensions.
More than 4,000 migrants, including children and families, are being housed at a US facility on the Mexican border.
Some 24 million people need basic aid in Syria and the surrounding region, a rise of four million over the past year.
Group including US, Japan and UK say study was delayed and scientists lacked full access to data,
Elvin Mazariegos was shot dead on Monday on a checkpoint erected by the Mexican army to stop migrants from going north.
Vote tallying may not start until later this week after both Amazon and the union check the eligibility of the ballots.
The United States’ $1.9 trillion rescue package and rising vaccinations were primary reasons for the forecast upgrade.
The two countries have signed a long-term agreement worth billions of dollars.
Letter from Imran Khan says Pakistan desires ‘peaceful’ relations with all neighbours including India.
Reports are rising of hostility, violence against Asian Americans as Biden, Congress seek to counter bias and hate.
‘At least the crater is in the right place!’ SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tweeted after Tuesday’s test flight.
Deadly assault on Palma is the biggest escalation in violence that has wreaked havoc across northern Mozambique.
Pride and joy in Cameroon after Francis Ngannou defeated Stipe Miocic to be crowned the new UFC heavyweight champion.
Trump argues he is protected by the US Constitution, but New York court says that’s moot, as he is no longer president.
Home sales have jumped in the past year, driven by a desire for space among those fortunate enough to keep their jobs.
The ‘state of prevention’ restricts open-air gatherings and demonstrations without permits along the Honduras border.
Leading researchers say humans have a year or less before the virus mutates and vaccines are ‘rendered ineffective’.
German state halts use of COVID vaccine amid resurgent fears of blood clots as a rare side effect.
Biden’s nominees include three Black women and a man who could become the US’s first Muslim-American federal judge.
‘World cannot afford to wait until the pandemic is over to start planning for the next one,’ says WHO director.