Second coming of coronavirus to kill 120,000 people in UK, twice as many as current one, British scientists warn

Second coming of coronavirus to kill 120,000 people in UK, twice as many as current one, British scientists warn

The death toll from a second wave of Covid-19 could reach 120,000 in the UK, twice as many as the ... Read More

'A third of Bangladesh underwater' after heavy rains, floods

'A third of Bangladesh underwater' after heavy rains, floods

The floods started late last month, and after briefly easing continued to worsen, destroying crops and driving people from their ... Read More

Belarus banker Babariko jailed in money laundering probe is blocked from running against President Lukashenko in election

Belarus banker Babariko jailed in money laundering probe is blocked from running against President Lukashenko in election

Belarus’ Central Election Commission has barred businessman Viktor Babariko from running for presidential office. Supporters considered his bid to have ... Read More

‘Room for sanctions’: Top US diplomat for East Asia threatens to respond to Beijing over South China Sea

‘Room for sanctions’: Top US diplomat for East Asia threatens to respond to Beijing over South China Sea

The top US diplomat for East Asia said on Tuesday that Washington could respond with sanctions against Chinese officials and ... Read More

UN's top court backs Qatar in air blockade row with neighbours

UN's top court backs Qatar in air blockade row with neighbours

The appeal by Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates was rejected on Tuesday The International Court of ... Read More

The fight for DACA is not over

The fight for DACA is not over

Students celebrate in front of the Supreme Court after it rejected President Donald Trump's effort to end legal protections for ... Read More

UK's long relationship with Huawei may soon be over

UK's long relationship with Huawei may soon be over

A 20-year partnership between the United Kingdom and its biggest mobile operator could soon be over. Prime Minister Boris Johnson ... Read More

China slaps sanctions on US arms maker Lockheed Martin over missile sales to Taiwan

China slaps sanctions on US arms maker Lockheed Martin over missile sales to Taiwan

Beijing is imposing sanctions on US arms firm Lockheed Martin for its involvement in a missile deal with Taiwan, which ... Read More

Epstein ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell to appear in court

Epstein ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell to appear in court

A former British socialite and longtime friend of Jeffrey Epstein will face a judge in New York on Tuesday. Ghislaine ... Read More

Iran nuclear deal 5 years on: Uncertainty after US withdrawal

Iran nuclear deal 5 years on: Uncertainty after US withdrawal

The signing of Iran nuclear deal in 2015 was meant to end the country's international isolation but the withdrawal of ... Read More

Unmanned Spacecraft from US, UAE, China to Travel to Mars

Unmanned Spacecraft from US, UAE, China to Travel to Mars

Mars is about to be invaded by planet Earth — big time. Three countries — the United States, China and ... Read More

In search of new citizens: As natural population declines, Putin signs law simplifying the process to become Russian

In search of new citizens: As natural population declines, Putin signs law simplifying the process to become Russian

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday signed a long-awaited law, streamlining the process for a foreigner to obtain Russian citizenship, ... Read More

Death toll in Armenia-Azerbaijan border clashes reaches 14

Death toll in Armenia-Azerbaijan border clashes reaches 14

Officials in both countries blamed each other for starting the latest violence At least seven Azerbaijani and two Armenian soldiers, ... Read More

Catalonia orders home confinement in Lleida after Spanish court says the measure is unlawful

Catalonia orders home confinement in Lleida after Spanish court says the measure is unlawful

Catalan authorities approved a resolution on Tuesday to place residents of the city of Lleida and seven nearby towns under ... Read More

At least four civilians killed by Kabul roadside bomb

At least four civilians killed by Kabul roadside bomb

The Taliban has stepped up attacks across Afghanistan including in Kabul, targeting Afghan forces At least four civilians have been ... Read More

Can Europe and the US achieve a Serbia-Kosovo deal together?

Can Europe and the US achieve a Serbia-Kosovo deal together?

Kosovo President Hashim Thaci shakes hands with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic in front of EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini ... Read More

'She is harsh, but this is the way to win': Former skater defends Eteri Tutberidze’s methods of training champions

'She is harsh, but this is the way to win': Former skater defends Eteri Tutberidze’s methods of training champions

Former skater turned-choreographer Viktor Adonev has spoken out in defense of Russia’s famed coach Eteri Tutberidze, saying she might be ... Read More

'My happy place': Recovering Paige VanZant PROMISES fans she will 'TRY AGAIN' despite Dana White's 'free agent' hint after UFC woe

'My happy place': Recovering Paige VanZant PROMISES fans she will 'TRY AGAIN' despite Dana White's 'free agent' hint after UFC woe

UFC bombshell Paige VanZant has told her millions of followers that her "sun will rise" and she will "try again" ... Read More

Pakistan: Eight soldiers killed, five wounded in attack on convoy

Pakistan: Eight soldiers killed, five wounded in attack on convoy

A group of unidentified gunmen opened fire on the security forces’ convoy in the Gichak area killing at least eight ... Read More

Pakistan: Eight soldiers killed, five wounded in attack on convoy

Pakistan: Eight soldiers killed, five wounded in attack on convoy

A group of unidentified gunmen opened fire on the security forces’ convoy in the Gichak area killing at least eight ... Read More

Nokia rolls out 5G software update, means NO need for new masts

Nokia rolls out 5G software update, means NO need for new masts

In a move that could position the company as the frontrunner in the future battle for 5G, Nokia has launched ... Read More

Spain's Catalan leader demands probe into phone-tapping reports

Spain's Catalan leader demands probe into phone-tapping reports

Torrent accused the Spanish government of being either complicit or negligent in the phone-tapping The pro-independence speaker of Catalonia's regional ... Read More

Russia’s richest man loses $4.1 billion after major environmental disasters

Russia’s richest man loses $4.1 billion after major environmental disasters

The president of metal giant Norilsk Nickel and Russia's richest man, Vladimir Potanin, has seen his fortune reduced by $4.1 ... Read More

Merkel declines to comment directly if she sees Bavarian premier Soeder as her successor

Merkel declines to comment directly if she sees Bavarian premier Soeder as her successor

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has declined to comment directly when asked if she thought Bavarian State Premier Markus Soeder was ... Read More

Russian, Turkish troops wounded in attack on Syria joint patrol

Russian, Turkish troops wounded in attack on Syria joint patrol

Russia and Turkey launched the patrols along the M4 in March following a ceasefire agreement over Idlib At least three ... Read More

Egypt: Journalist held for appearing on Al Jazeera dies of virus

Egypt: Journalist held for appearing on Al Jazeera dies of virus

Monir was held in pretrial detention at Cairo's notorious Tora Prison Egyptian journalist Mohamed Monir, who was arrested last month ... Read More

Parliament speaker in Catalonia demands investigation into phone tapping reports, questions Spanish govt involvement

Parliament speaker in Catalonia demands investigation into phone tapping reports, questions Spanish govt involvement

Catalonia's regional parliament speaker Roger Torrent said the Spanish government would be complicit in spying on its political adversaries if ... Read More

US carries out first federal execution for 17 years, after Supreme Court clears path for lethal injection

US carries out first federal execution for 17 years, after Supreme Court clears path for lethal injection

Daniel Lewis Lee, a convicted murderer, has been put to death by lethal injection at an Indiana penitentiary. It was ... Read More

Eastern Libyan parliament calls for Egypt ‘to directly intervene’ in conflict

Eastern Libyan parliament calls for Egypt ‘to directly intervene’ in conflict

Libya’s eastern-based parliament has asked Egypt to directly intervene in the country’s civil war to counter Turkish support for the ... Read More

‘He was provoking me the whole match’: Football referee speaks out after FIST FIGHT with player (VIDEO)

‘He was provoking me the whole match’: Football referee speaks out after FIST FIGHT with player (VIDEO)

A friendly match between two Russian football clubs ended in scandal after an assistant referee who officiated at the game ... Read More

Brazil’s Bolsonaro bitten by emu while recovering from coronavirus (PHOTOS)

Brazil’s Bolsonaro bitten by emu while recovering from coronavirus (PHOTOS)

Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro was posing for a press photo op while in quarantine, feeding emus outside the presidential palace, ... Read More

Scientists resurrect severely damaged lungs for transplant by hooking them up to LIVE PIGS

Scientists resurrect severely damaged lungs for transplant by hooking them up to LIVE PIGS

Scientists have made a jaw-dropping breakthrough in organ transplant research which could one day pioneer an entirely new approach, and ... Read More

China shows ‘indication of accelerating economic recovery’ as exports & imports grow for first time since Covid-19 pandemic

China shows ‘indication of accelerating economic recovery’ as exports & imports grow for first time since Covid-19 pandemic

China’s customs data beat expectations of decline on Tuesday, showing that exports and imports grew significantly in June. The positive ... Read More

Bubonic plague claims boy's life in Mongolia, triggering fears of another pandemic

Bubonic plague claims boy's life in Mongolia, triggering fears of another pandemic

A Mongolian teenager diagnosed with bubonic plague died on Monday. The 15-year-old reportedly contracted the deadly disease after consuming marmot ... Read More

Belarus election commission refuses to register president's rival

Belarus election commission refuses to register president's rival

Babaryko has been recognised by Amnesty International as a prisoner of conscience The Belarusian central electoral commission has refused to ... Read More

Tourism industry considering its options

Tourism industry considering its options

The board of umbrella body the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) recently held an urgent meeting to discuss ... Read More

French President Macron makes masks obligatory in public starting August 1

French President Macron makes masks obligatory in public starting August 1

French President Emmanuel Macron has announced that the wearing of masks in public will now be compulsory, with the new ... Read More

French President Macron makes masks obligatory in public starting August 1

French President Macron makes masks obligatory in public starting August 1

French President Emmanuel Macron has announced that the wearing of masks in public will now be compulsory, with the new ... Read More

French President Macron makes masks obligatory in public starting August 1

French President Macron makes masks obligatory in public starting August 1

French President Emmanuel Macron has announced that the wearing of masks in public will now be compulsory, with the new ... Read More

France marks Bastille Day with scaled-down military parade

France marks Bastille Day with scaled-down military parade

Spectators were not allowed near Place de la Concorde France has held a scaled-down Bastille Day celebration, with none of ... Read More

UK decides to ban Huawei from its 5G, tech giant to be excluded from network by 2027

UK decides to ban Huawei from its 5G, tech giant to be excluded from network by 2027

British telecoms companies will be banned from buying Huawei 5G components starting from the end of this year, the UK ... Read More

'Already got invited to the bubble': Instagram model claims season 'DEFINITELY ending early' after NBA player 'asks her to visit'

'Already got invited to the bubble': Instagram model claims season 'DEFINITELY ending early' after NBA player 'asks her to visit'

An Instagram model says she is "in trouble" for admitting that she wished Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell had been ... Read More

'Already got invited to the bubble': Instagram model claims season 'DEFINITELY ending early' after NBA player 'asks her to visit'

'Already got invited to the bubble': Instagram model claims season 'DEFINITELY ending early' after NBA player 'asks her to visit'

An Instagram model says she is "in trouble" for admitting that she wished Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell had been ... Read More

'Already got invited to the bubble': Instagram model claims season 'DEFINITELY ending early' after NBA player 'asks her to visit'

'Already got invited to the bubble': Instagram model claims season 'DEFINITELY ending early' after NBA player 'asks her to visit'

An Instagram model says she is "in trouble" for admitting that she wished Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell had been ... Read More