More Russian weapons for Serbia despite US…

Serbia has received a sophisticated anti-aircraft system from Russia, despite possible U.S. sanctions against the Balkan state which is formally seeking European Union membership

Fury pummels Wilder to claim WBC heavyweight title

Britain's Tyson Fury delivered a dominant performance in his heavyweight championship bout with Deontay Wilder on Saturday. Ciara Lee reports

Harry, Meghan Take a 'Parting Shot'

Ouch! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have taken an apparent parting shot at the Queen over the "Sussex Royal" brand name, Fox News reports. The quasi-royal couple, who already agreed to ditch the name in compliance with Buckingham Palace, issued a statement with a little edge to it: "While there...

China's Coronavirus Battle Is Disrupting The…

China's struggle to contain the coronavirus has had consequences for the global automotive industry.

Berlin starts controversial rent freeze on 1.5…

The city of Berlin is freezing the rent of 1.5 million apartments for the next five years

Sanders heads to big win in Nevada

Senator Bernie Sanders appeared headed to a decisive win in the Democratic presidential caucuses in Nevada Saturday, and early returns showed Joe Biden possibly landing a second-place finish. Fred Katayama reports.

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American-Style School Bus Haunts Prince Andrew

Peek outside Buckingham Palace, and you'll see a yellow school bus—with an ad on the side that's hard to ignore, the Guardian reports. "If you see this man please ask him to call the FBI to answer their questions," reads the ad along with two photos of Prince Andrew....

Morales Blocked From Running For A Seat In…

Bolivia's Supreme Electoral Tribunal rejected former President Evo Morales' candidacy Thursday because he's no longer a resident.

Italy cancels Venice carnival in bid to halt…

Italian authorities have announced they are shutting down Venice's famed Carnival events in a bid to stop the spread of the novel virus, as numbers of infected persons in the country have soared to at least 133

U.S. blocking G20 mention of climate change…

The United States is against mentioning climate change in the G20 communique, sources said. Fred Katayama reports.

Coronavirus Spikes in S. Korea, Hits Italy and…

Almost 78,000 people around the globe have been hit with COVID-19, better known as the coronavirus , the AP reports, and South Korea is the latest nation to be slammed. Per CNN , more than 430 cases have been reported there as of Saturday, with two deaths so far; more than...

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar Resigns

A statement from the government said Varadkar tendered his resignation to the president Thursday evening.

Virus closes doors at Armani, but other Milan…

After Giorgio Armani’s last-minute decision to show his latest collection in an empty theater due to concerns about the new virus, the rest of Milan's runway shows scheduled for Sunday are to go ahead as planned, fashion officials confirmed

Sanders warns Russia to stay out of 2020 campaign

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders warned Russia on Friday to stay out of the 2020 presidential race after U.S. officials had told him Moscow was trying to aid his campaign. Produced by Jonah Green.

Pompeo: This Deal May End 20 Years of Conflict

A seven-day "reduction in violence" begins Friday in Afghanistan between US troops and the Taliban, a move the BBC notes is meant to lead to a more permanent ceasefire. "After decades of conflict, we have come to an understanding with the Taliban," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted . "This is...

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Coronavirus Cases Almost Double In South Korea

South Korean officials announced they're implementing emergency measures in some cities because of the spike in cases.

Iran raises death toll from new virus to 8…

Iran's health ministry raised the death toll from the new coronavirus to eight people

California cruise passengers won't let…

Passengers boarding a Carnival Cruise Line ship on a three-day voyage to the resort city of Ensenada on Mexico's Baja coast were unfazed by reports of the virus, but vowed to wash their hands.

Treasures Abound on Canada's Legendary Wreck

When the flagship of a doomed 1845 expedition to find the Northwest Passage was discovered in Canada's Arctic in 2014, experts could hardly contain their glee at the thought of the artifacts lying in wait. They weren't disappointed. Some 350 items, including a 170-year-old wax seal boasting a fingerprint and...

Canadian Police May Leave First Nations Lands…

Canadian officials say the RCMP's offer is a "significant" step toward a "more peaceable arrangement."

Indian authorities scramble to give Trump a…

The city of Ahmedabad is jostling with activity as an army of workers is cleaning roads, planting flowers and hoisting hundreds of billboards featuring President Donald Trump, a day ahead of his maiden two-day visit to India after Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised him a boisterous public reception

Concerns grow over rising global spread of…

China reported a sharp decrease in new deaths and cases of the coronavirus on Saturday but a doubling of infections in South Korea and 10 new cases in Iran added to unease about its rapid spread and global reach. Edward Baran reports.

S. Korea Outbreak Quadruples in 2 Days

Confirmed cases of coronavirus in South Korea have doubled twice in two days. On Friday, authorities announced that 100 new cases had been detected, bringing the total to 204. The day prior, the country had confirmed 53 cases, most of them linked to a fringe religious group in the city...

Australia Opens Federal Inquiry Into Deadly…

The royal commission will be led by a retired chief of the Defence Force, a former federal judge and a climate change expert.

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Nine dead in Turkey as 5.7 earthquake strikes…

Turkey's health minister says nine people have been killed in Turkey in a magnitude 5.7 earthquake that struck western Iran

Philip Morris' campaign to "normalize" IQOS

A Stanford study found that Philip Morris' marketing of its IQOS tobacco device continues to stray substantially from its corporate standards on youth-oriented marketing. Fred Katayama reports.

Lesotho's PM Ordered Wife's Killing: Cops

Lesotho's prime minister will join his current wife in facing murder charges in the 2017 shooting death of his estranged wife—whenever he shows up to court. Thomas Thabane failed to appear in court on Friday, with his press secretary saying he'd been taken to doctors in neighboring South Africa...