Igor Matovic resigns as political crisis triggered by controversial purchase of Russian-made jab reaches climax.
Some 160,000 Palestinians were forced to flee Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus throughout the 10-year-long war.
Pride and joy in Cameroon after Francis Ngannou defeated Stipe Miocic to be crowned the new UFC heavyweight champion.
Ntaganda was convicted of murder, rape, using child soldiers and other atrocities when he was a military chief.
Probe concludes air raid hit wedding celebration with 100 civilians, contradicting French claims it targeted rebels.
Female groups in two Mexican cities have taken to the streets in protest, demanding justice for the Salvadoran woman.
Leading researchers say humans have a year or less before the virus mutates and vaccines are 'rendered ineffective'.
German state halts use of COVID vaccine amid resurgent fears of blood clots as a rare side effect.
Biden's nominees include three Black women and a man who could become the US's first Muslim-American federal judge.
'World cannot afford to wait until the pandemic is over to start planning for the next one,' says WHO director.
The shoemaker sued the New York-based company that made the shoe as part of a collaboration with rapper Lil Nas X.
Located between big polluters China and India, Nepal is seeing the worst pollution levels since 2016.
Plea comes after gov't data showed a lag in vaccine uptake among elderly Britons of African and Caribbean ancestry.
Thousands of grieving citizens were trying to push their way into a stadium to pay tribute to the late president.
HRW report says Lebanon's military intelligence tortured and forcibly disappeared anti-lockdown protesters in Tripoli.
Three ethnic armed groups urge the military to stop killing civilians as Thailand helps wounded people at the border.
Security contractor says bodies lying on the streets of the coastal city, situation still chaotic after a rebel attack.
Gunmen kill three female health workers in eastern city of Jalalabad, government sources tell Reuters news agency.
From Lebanon to India and Hong Kong, we explain some of the biggest protests around the world in five graphics.
UN says a record number of Syrians are facing hunger, malnutrition and disease 10 years after civil war began.