They were fined for breaking U.K. lockdown rules. They say Boris Johnson should be punished, too.
More than 100,000 fines have been issued for violating coronavirus restrictions. Some people see a double standard.
Winter storms blanket parts of the Middle East in snow
Rare snowfall brought scenes of joy to parts of the world more accustomed to balmy weather.
Russia signals ‘little optimism’ on resolving crisis as the West races to shore up support for Ukraine
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said President Vladimir Putin has studied proposals from the United States and NATO and that his response will be swift.
Who is Sue Gray, whose ‘Partygate’ report could decide Boris Johnson’s fate?
Sue Gray, a once little-known British official, is investigating lockdown parties under Boris Johnson's government that allegedly violated coronavirus restrictions.
Islamic State still holed up in northern Syrian prison, Kurdish-led forces admit
A U.S.-backed force said Thursday that between 60 and 90 militants were hiding in the northern section of the prison.
Jordanian army kills 27 alleged drug smugglers in wintry clash on Syrian border
The clash came 10 days after smugglers killed a Jordanian army officer prompting the military to vow an increased crackdown on smuggling from Syria.
Mexico offers bodyguards and bulletproof vests to vulnerable journalists. It hasn’t been enough.
Threats from organized crime and widespread impunity make Mexico one of the world's most dangerous countries for reporters.
Meet the Ukrainian volunteers training to fight Russians in the streets of Kyiv
For years, the citizen-fighters of Kyiv's 130th territorial defense battalion have trained for a war that seemed improbable. No more.
The moon, Mars and the return of strongman rule: How China has changed since the 2008 Olympics
In the 14 years since it last hosted the Games, the nation has become a world power and experienced dramatic societal transformations.
Worried about inflation? In Argentina, it’s a way of life.
Chronic high inflation affects the way Argentines spend, save and think.
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WHO pushes for more cash, faces skeptical Biden administration
The WHO's director-general has said the organization can't achieve its aims without reforming its funding model.
U.S., NATO send written responses to Russia on its demands over Ukraine crisis
President Biden is moving to bolster support for European allies, some of which rely on Moscow for their energy needs, as fears of a renewed Russian invasion loom.
Military trainers, missiles and over 200,000 pounds of lethal aid: What NATO members have sent Ukraine so far
Ukraine is not a NATO member and does not benefit from the organization’s mutual defense pact, but Kyiv has received significant defense support since Russia annexed its Crimea region.
Coast Guard recovers one body as search for 38 missing at sea continues off Florida coast
A survivor told U.S. Coast Guard officials the boat carrying 40 people capsized Saturday shortly after casting off from Bimini in the Bahamas.
These countries are withdrawing embassy staffers from Ukraine amid growing fears of an invasion by Russia
The United States and Britain are among the nations evacuating diplomats or dependents from embassies in Kyiv.
Israelis were mostly unbothered about NSO’s spyware — until it was reportedly turned on them
The Israeli firm’s Pegasus surveillance technology is facing heightened scrutiny after a news report it was used by Israeli police.
Here’s what you need to know about Russia’s military buildup on the border with Ukraine
Russia sees Ukraine as part of its traditional sphere of influence and does not want Kyiv joining the U.S.-led NATO alliance.
U.S.-backed Syrian forces announce defeat of Islamic State in prison standoff
For nearly a week, dozens of militants were holed up in the prison wing reserved for minors amid reports of heavy casualties.
Emails appear to show Boris Johnson authorized evacuation of pets from Afghanistan, despite repeated denials
The emails were released as part of an investigation by a parliamentary committee of the British government’s handling of its August withdrawal from Afghanistan.