Tehran prosecutor says more than $30bn and 60 tonnes of gold reserves were mismanaged by Valiollah Seif.
With shortage of beds and staff in rural health centres, poor make long treks to hospital while some turn to quacks.
Olivier Dubois appeals to French authorities "to do everything" in their power to free him from rebel fighters.
Academic jailed for spying by UAE in 2018 launches court proceedings against four senior Emirati officials.
Halima Cisse, 25, was expected to have seven babies but health officials said the ultrasound missed two of the siblings.
The British dependency imports most of its electricity from France, which is angry about fishing rights Jersey granted.
Following nearly two-year grounding, Boeing faces new questions about electrical systems in its 737 MAX planes.
Many in US president's party want him to waive vaccine intellectual property protection, allowing them to be copied.
SANA said 6 others were wounded and a civilian plastics factory was hit during the pre-dawn attack in northwest Syria.
Ex-police officer who knelt on George Floyd’s neck for more than nine minutes found guilty of three charges last month.
Majority in G7 nations believe governments should prevent pharmaceutical companies from holding monopoly on vaccines.
Bill and Melinda Gates announced on Monday they are divorcing after 27 years of marriage.
Ex-health minister Luiz Henrique Mandetta says he told President Jair Bolsonaro to listen to the science to fight virus.
Judges reverse President Alberto Fernandez's decree to close schools in Buenos Aires amid a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Face-to-face meetings used to be considered key for diplomacy, but the pandemic has upended traditions.
Two former British soldiers have been acquitted of murdering IRA leader Joe McCann in Belfast during sectarian conflict.
The US president also says he expects 10 percent of its AstraZeneca stockpile to be sent to other nations by July.
Prosecutor alleges police officer used unreasonable force against Black former footballer Dalian Atkinson.
Dismissal of top judges and attorney general could do irreparable harm to democracy, rights groups and lawyers warn.
A new intelligence report says women's rights will be threatened following US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.