Salameh is under investigation in Lebanon and several European countries for alleged misconduct including money laundering.
Biden administration to channel more funding to humanitarian groups as millions of Afghans face extreme hunger.
Rare winter blazes scorched thousands of acres in the Denver area late last month, forcing tens of thousands to flee.
Thousands of anti-coup protesters gather in cities across Sudan in the first rallies since Abdalla Hamdok’s resignation as prime minister.
The United Kingdom’s coronavirus caseload has crossed 200,000 for the first time as hospitals come under increasing pressure due to staff shortages.
One Christmas Day in the 1980s, Desmond Tutu led a packed church service in Soweto, the Black Johannesburg township and fulcrum of protest against white racist rule in South Africa. An American family — mine — found standing room at the…
Los Angeles police fatally shot a 14-year-old girl who was inside a clothing store dressing room Thursday as they fired at a suspect who had assaulted a woman earlier, authorities said.
Britain reported another day of record COVID-19 cases on Friday, with new estimates showing swathes of London's population are carrying the virus, underlining the relentless advance of the Omicron variant.
Omicron infections are multiplying across Europe, the US, and Asia, prompting new measures.
A 28-year-old was killed during anti-coup protests in Khartoum, according to a Sudanese medical group, as the health ministry says more than 100 others were injured.
Officials in the Philippines are struggling to assess the damage of the strongest typhoon to hit the country this year, with several casualties reported as the storm barrelled across the archipelago, uprooting trees, toppling powerlines,…
WHO chief says the new strain was detected in at least 77 nations and was likely already in most countries.
On its 75th anniversary, UNICEF warns that COVID-19 is rolling back virtually every measure of progress for children, including a staggering 100 million more children plunged into poverty
The World Health Organization official (WHO) has warned that wealthy countries may start hoarding COVID-19 vaccines again, threatening global supplies as they seek to shore up stocks to fight the new Omicron variant of coronavirus.
Technology stocks had sold off last week amid a combination of concerns about the variant and the Federal Reserve’s hawkish tilt.