Log in Fall Special
World News
5338 results total, viewing 3681 - 3700
Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen is in a strong position to remain in power after her Social Democrats won the most votes in Denmark’s election and a center-left bloc in Parliament that backs her … more
More than 400 people died in October in a series of crowd-related disasters in Asia. A bridge packed with revelers collapsed in India. Halloween partiers were crushed in South Korea’s capital. And … more
Scientists say an invasive mosquito species was likely responsible for a large outbreak of malaria in Ethiopia earlier this year. Some experts say that finding is a worrying sign that years of … more
Eighteen former Latin American and Caribbean leaders have signed a letter to U.S. President Joe Biden asking the United States to remove its six-decade embargo on Cuba in the wake of devastation … more
North Korea has issued a veiled threat Tuesday to use nuclear weapons to get the U.S. and South Korea to “pay the most horrible price in history. The warning by senior North Korean official Pak … more
A major search and rescue operation is underway for dozens of people missing after the boat they were on capsized and sank overnight off the coast of an island near the Greek capital. The coast guard … more
Britain’s interior minister is facing criticism for describing migrants crossing the English Channel in small boats as an “invasion.”   Home Secretary Suella Braverman used the term while … more
A new campaign in France allows young children to flag abusive attacks by simply dropping letters in easily accessible mailboxes across the country, for experts to assess. And the results have led to … more
Experts from the United Nations' nuclear power agency are conducting inspections of two sites in Ukraine where Russia alleges that “dirty bombs” are being manufactured. International Atomic … more
The narrow street in Seoul’s popular Itaewon neighborhood was already packed with people celebrating Halloween as high school student Eunseo Kim pushed into the crowd. As the 17-year-old slowly … more
Rolling blackouts are increasing across Ukraine as the government rushes to stabilize the energy grid and repair the system ahead of winter. Yet the unpredictable power cuts are adding another layer … more
Days after more than 150 Halloween revelers were killed in South Korea’s deadliest crowd surge, hundreds of abandoned shoes remained laid out in rows in a badminton court in the capital Seoul. The … more
India’s prime minister is scheduled to visit the site in western India where a newly repaired 143-year-old suspension bridge collapsed into a river. The deadly collapse had sent hundreds plunging … more
An Australian survivor of a crowd crush that killed more than 150 partygoers in the South Korean capital of Seoul blamed the huge loss of life on officials’ failure to employ effective crowd … more
Australia’s central bank has boosted its benchmark interest rate for a seventh consecutive month to a nine-year high of 2.85%. The Reserve Bank of Australia has decided on a second consecutive … more
Israelis are voting in national elections that are being held for the fifth time since 2019, hoping to break the political deadlock that's paralyzed the country. The cost of living is surging, … more
South Korea’s police chief has admitted a responsibility for failing to prevent a recent crowd surge that killed more than 150 people during Halloween festivities in Seoul. Police chief Yoon Hee … more
Shanghai Disneyland has closed as a COVID-19 precaution and visitors temporarily kept in the park for virus testing. Postings on social media said some amusements kept operating for guests who were … more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says the water in Mississippi's capital city is now safe to drink, following months of sampling at a water treatment plant overwhelmed by late August … more
North Korea’s Foreign Ministry has criticized the United States for expanding combined military exercises with South Korea it claims are practice for an invasion and warned of “more powerful … more
« Prev | 1 182 | 183 | 184 | 185 | 186 | 187 | 188 267 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.