State of emergency declared on board migrant rescue vessel due to 'acute mental distress' among survivors.
The killing of an ethnic Oromo singer and activist has led to days of violence in Ethiopia.
The municipality says the intention with Silicon Wadi is to improve employment and living standards.
In the past month, the city has allowed some businesses to reopen after a lockdown, which is partly why new coronavirus cases increased.
Scotland and Wales will not be pressured into following England's lead for now.
Turkish court opens trial of 20 Saudi nationals, including two former aides to crown prince, over killing of journalist.
The French president has tasked Jean Castex with forming a new government after Philippe's resignation, the Elysee says.
With unemployment at more than 14 percent, Greeks welcome the news but wonder if they will be the ones to benefit.
President tells supporters at July 4 celebration that racial justice protests threaten foundations of US society.
Police in Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu state had picked up the duo for breaking coronavirus lockdown rules.
Dozens of alleged victims say Maxwell played a central role in recruiting and trafficking minors.
Big brands are part of an advt boycott against Facebook over racist content and hate speech. Plus, bookshelf backdrops.
Rescuers retrieve 166 bodies but dozens more are feared dead after miners were swept away in a wave of mud.
A group known as the Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) says its fighters carried out the attack.
Protesters say more power stations will force farmers from their land.
The UK is one of the countries worst affected by the novel coronavirus.
But only a third of the 22 million jobs lost during the pandemic has so far been restored.
Nearly two years since journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered, a trial is underway in Istanbul.
With his wealth, Mane is financing the rebuilding of his village mosque and new classrooms for his local high school.
Officials in the southern African nation have confirmed at least 275 deaths.