International

Macron faces strike as French unions flex muscles

PARIS: French schools, trains and businesses are set to be affected Thursday by the first… Read More

Iran president says Amini’s death is ‘tragic incident’, but ‘chaos’ unacceptable

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi on Wednesday said that the death of a young woman in… Read More

Myanmar court jails Suu Kyi, Australian economist for 3 years: source

NAYPYIDAW: A court in military-ruled Myanmar on Thursday sentenced deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi… Read More

Russia set to annex Ukraine territory as West warns of new sanctions

ZAPORIZHZHIA: Russia was poised to annex a swath of Ukraine within days, releasing what it… Read More

Hurricane Ian batters Florida’s Gulf Coast with catastrophic fury

VENICE, Fla: Hurricane Ian plowed into Florida's Gulf Coast with catastrophic force on Wednesday, unleashing… Read More

Power starting to return to Cuba after departure of Hurricane Ian

Authorities were slowly restoring electricity in Cuba on Wednesday following an 18-hour power outage in… Read More

US finds monkeypox vaccine highly effective in early data

The monkeypox vaccine is highly effective, protecting people as early as two weeks after the… Read More

Washington dismisses Moscow’s finger of blame for gas leaks

Moscow questioned Wednesday whether Washington caused mystery undersea gas pipeline leaks in Europe, that have… Read More

Three Armenians killed in fresh clashes with Azerbaijan

Three Armenians died Wednesday in fresh border clashes with Azerbaijan, officials said, two weeks after… Read More

UNESCO meeting discusses threats to cultural heritage

Unequal access to new technologies, illicit trafficking and other threats to cultural heritage were among… Read More