Agreement includes a $1.65bn contract for the establishment and operation of a training centre for the Greek air force.
Anger rises alongside COVID-19 infections in Canadian province, as healthcare workers want more action from government.
At least five rockets target Balad airbase, north of Baghdad, which hosts US contractors and Iraqi security forces.
New COVID-19 restrictions have been imposed in and around Buenos Aires in effort to stem recent rise in infections.
Russia gives diplomats just over 24 hours to leave the country, in response to Czech expulsion of 18 Russian diplomats.
Governor of Tillaberi region says dozens of heavily armed attackers on motorbikes stormed the village of Gaigorou.
Parallel 'national unity government' says it wants to take part in crisis talks scheduled for next week in Indonesia.
US national security adviser says Alexey Navalny's safety is the Russian government's responsibility.
Aid groups are struggling to feed thousands of vulnerable families in Lebanon amid highest food inflation in the world.
Non-profit group reports 150 mass shootings since start of the year, putting pressure on Joe Biden to take action.
Neither of the two main parties is predicted to emerge the outright winner of election dominated by the pandemic.
Police say they launched a security operation after a right-wing group took six security personnel hostage in Lahore.
A decade after the Arab Spring, Westerners’ perceptions of events and Arabs’ perceptions of themselves remain muddled.
Climate hazards could factor into migration of growing numbers of people in developing countries in the decades ahead.
At least 98 people injured after four carriages derailed in the city of Qalyubia, north of Cairo.
Restaurateur Asma Khan and refugee activist Hassan Akkad discuss problematic social hierarchies and how to disrupt them.
After 50 men were freed from detention in March, the fate of asylum seekers who remained behind is unclear.
Suspected attacker on the run, authorities said shooting appeared to be a 'targeted and isolated incident'.
Candidates must have lived in Syria for at least 10 consecutive years, meaning opposition figures in exile cannot run.
Seoul fails to gain US support against Japan's decision to release contaminated water from Fukushima nuclear plant.