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At first glance, the half-built Orthodox church in the heart of Kosovo's capital seems little more than a napping spot for stray dogs splayed out in a patch of unkempt weeds near the padlocked entrance.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warns of a return of the "nightmare scenario of a military confrontation" in Europe, as tensions spike over Ukraine. Speaking at the OSCE meeting in Stockholm, Lavrov accuses NATO of bringing its military infrastructure "closer to the Russian borders".
Grass-skirted traditional dancers welcomed elated holidaymakers back to Fiji Wednesday, as the South Pacific nation opened its borders to international travellers for the first time since the pandemic began.
Twitter on Thursday said it had shut down nearly 3,500 accounts that were posting pro-government propaganda in six countries, including China and Russia.
Buddhists monks in Seoul joined with about 150 other people to get their gloved hands into massive containers of chili and salted cabbage and make kimchi - a fiery national dish. Eight thousand kilos of cabbage were used, with half given to needy households and the other half to Buddhist organisations, including the Jogyesa temple that organised the event.
A cleaner refused to comply with his supervisor’s instructions to sanitise areas within MRT every two hours and instead spat at the supervisor’s face.
Lloyd Austin says the US will ‘maintain its capability to defend and deter’ potential threats posed by China
Pope Francis says he is "greatly concerned" over the situation in Lebanon, which is mired in one of its worst crises since its 1975-1990 civil war, at the Maronite Cathedral of Our Lady of Grace in Nicosia, during a visit to the nearby island of Cyprus.
Thirty endangered white rhinos arrive in Rwanda after a long journey from South Africa in a Boeing 747, the largest single transfer of the species ever undertaken. The majestic animals, which can weigh up to two tonnes, travelled some 3,400 kilometres (2,100 miles) from South Africa's Phinda Private Game Reserve as part of a programme to replenish the species' population, decimated by poaching since the 1970s.
The mummy is unusual because the man is bound, with his hands covering his face
President Joe Biden marked World AIDS Day on Wednesday with a speech declaring that an end to the epidemic in the United States is within reach.
Juan Orlando Hernandez faces an uncertain future when his scandal-marred reign as Honduras president ends in January, along with the immunity from prosecution that the position gave him.
‘Why would someone else’s son be able to become prime minister and the son of Hun Sen not be able to?’
Holidaymakers are greeted by traditional cultural groups as Fiji opens its borders to international travellers for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic swept the globe and devastated its tourism-reliant economy.
Iran said on Thursday it had handed European powers two draft proposals to try to revive a 2015 nuclear deal, as the Europeans and US said time is of the essence.
Canada has confirmed its first cases of coronavirus in wildlife -- in three white-tailed deer.
South Korea’s daily Covid cases have exceeded 5,000 for first time
France will start allowing flights from southern Africa to land on its territory from Saturday, but with "drastic" restrictions allowing only French and EU residents to disembark, along with diplomats and flight crews, announces government spokesman Gabriel Attal.
Compulsory masks, health passes in high affluence areas, and an 8 pm closing time are new rules being implemented rules at Strasbourg's Christmas market. The market returns after closing last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
After setting off in a rubber boat from Turkey under the cover of darkness, Mohammed, a Syrian in his twenties, arrived on Cyprus's north coast in October.