The United States’ financial chief has told Swedish teen Greta Thunberg to go study before calling for a fossil fuel halt, prompting the climate campaigner to reply it doesn’t “take a degree” to understand the science.
Democrats resumed their arguments yesterday at US President Donald Trump’s Senate impeachment trial for removing him from office, but his fellow Republicans gave scant indication of relenting in their resistance to the Democratic case.
The UN’s highest court ordered Myanmar yesterday to do everything in its power to prevent the alleged genocide of Rohingya Muslims, as international justice stepped into the crisis for the first time.
Wuhan shuts transport links, outgoing flights; Authorities investigating origin of virus; WHO describes Wuhan lockdown of 11mn as ‘unprecedented’
Diversification is crucial to ensuring a country's security in the rollout of 5G mobile technology and shunning one supplier altogether risks being counterproductive, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said ...
Three more cities in China's Hubei province said on Thursday that they have imposed travel bans as a new virus that has infected hundreds of people continues to spread from the province's capital city of Wuhan.
A Wednesday night shooting in the west coast US city of Seattle left a woman dead and seven others injured, including a 9-year-old boy, with the suspect or suspects still at large ...