The top court in an interim order stated Muslims right to prayer should not be disturbed
The rare strikes in the northern Chernigiv region come weeks after Russia withdrew troops from there
Libya has had two opposing administrations and prime ministers since February
Afghanistan faces a $501 million budget deficit: Taliban authorities announced their first annual national budget since takeover
The Kremlin says President Putin has guaranteed the prisoners would be treated according to international standards
Days of subsequent clashes between protesters, government supporters and police left 9 dead and over 300 injured.
A third day with no new cases in the community usually means “zero COVID” status and the beginning of the lifting of restrictions.
The court orders the survey of the mosque after five women seek permission to perform Hindu rituals in one part of it
The highest level visit by an Iranian official to the Gulf country since Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi movement launched a deadly strike on the UAE in January
About 30 to 40 people were in the church when the shooting occurred
Wickremesinghe won crucial support from two main opposition parties on Monday, easing the pressure on the ruling Rajapaksa's clan
PM Wickremesinghe struggles to form “unity government” as opposition demands President Rajapaksa's resignation
Responding to reports of scuffles near polling centers in parts of the country, Interior Minister Bassam Mawlawi said security incidents were "at an acceptable level."
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown says shooter ‘traveled hours from outside this community to perpetrate this crime’
NATOchief says the alliance will look to provide both with interim security guarantees while the applications are processed
This year's Vesak event has been scaled down due to political instability brought on by the economic crisis.
The rigid strategy to root out virus cases at all costs has wreaked havoc on supply chains, crushed small businesses and imperilled the country's economic goals.
Shireen Abu Akleh of Al Jazeera was shot dead by Israeli forces while on assingment in Jenin in the occupied West Bank on May 11
Country dealing with rising security issues, economic meltdown as aid agencies figure out how to help 50 mln Afghans without giving Taliban direct access to funds
De facto ruler elected president after brother's death, Mohammad Bin Zayed al-Nahyan forged new axis with Israel against Iran, Muslim Brotherhood
The PM said "Despite best efforts, unfortunately I’ve joined the rest of my family and have tested positive for COVID 19"...
The circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, led to the relinquishment by China PR of its hosting rights
Ban can push global wheat prices to new peaks as India was aiming to export 10 million Tonnes of wheat before ban
To allow purchase of essential supplies, the government lifted the curfew from 6 a.m. (0030 GMT) on Saturday until 6 p.m
A large fire broke out at a building, killing 27 people in the Indian capital New Delhi on Friday
Despite activating its nationwide lockdown, North Korea is reporting tens of thousands of new Covid-19 cases daily.
Television footage showed pallbearers struggling to stop Abu Akleh's coffin from falling to the ground as baton-wielding police officers charged towards them
Macron's Republic on the Move party has been renamed Renaissance ahead of the parliamentary polls on June 12 and 19
Moscow's response to NATO's possible expansion will depend on how close the alliance moves military assets towards Russia
The UAE would observe a 40-day mourning period with flags flown at half-mast as of Friday and suspend work at all public and private sector entities for three days: ministry