Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi condemned Wednesday the "chaos" sparked by a wave of women-led protests over the death of Mahsa Amini while in the custody of the Islamic republic's morality police.
The line began forming early on Tuesday, with thousands of Japanese people waiting to offer flowers and prayers for slain former premier Shinzo Abe, even as others marched nearby in protest.
In most of its habitats, the heavily trafficked pangolin's biggest threat comes from humans. But in Taiwan, the scaly mammals brave a different danger: a surging feral dog population.
PFI has supported causes like protests against a 2019 citizenship law that many Muslims deem discriminatory
By forcing the world to wake up to the daily sexual abuse suffered by women, the #MeToo movement became a social revolution of historic importance. Its legacy is still being determined.
A 37-year old man was arrested by the police on Wednesday morning (28 September) after making a bomb threat on board a Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight from San Francisco.
Japan called Thursday for "constructive and stable" ties with China as the two sides marked 50 years since the normalisation of relations, albeit with little public fanfare.
Empty corridors and only eight babies in their cribs. The maternity ward in the city of Gabrovo tells you everything you need to know about the drastic drop in the birth rate in Bulgaria.
Nearly half the heroes received changes while multiple important bug fixes and tweaks to late game items were also implemented. Here's what you need to know.
Switzerland's glaciers lost six percent of their total volume this year due to a dry winter and repeated summer heatwaves, shattering previous ice melt records, a report revealed Wednesday.
A despairing handwring of a film shows the effects of environmental crisis on India’s capital – with images as nightmarish as sci-fi Environmental injustice … Smog in Delhi, as shown in Invisible Demons. Photograph: © TOINEN KATSE OY / MA.JA.DE. FILMPRODUKTIONS GMBH (2021)
Scientists say heavy monsoon rains worsened by climate change killed more than 1,000 people
Havana resident Maykel was helping his friend fix an "almendron" -- as the decades-old American cars that ply Cuba's streets are known -- when the lights suddenly cut out late Tuesday.
Australia's biggest carbon polluter announced Thursday it will exit coal-fired power a decade early, as renewable projects surge in a country long seen as a climate laggard.
With a vast wardrobe catering to everything from "House of the Dragon" to "The Crown", Spain's Peris Costumes has carved out a well-tailored niche for itself, renting costumes to producers across the globe.
Nepali police have sought help from Interpol to locate the country's fugitive suspended national cricket captain, they said Tuesday.
Moscow questioned Wednesday whether Washington caused mystery undersea gas pipeline leaks in Europe, that have been blamed on sabotage, which US officials bluntly called ridiculous as Russia opened a "terrorism" probe.
Kremlin-backed officials in Ukraine appealed to President Vladimir Putin Wednesday to annex the regions under their control, after the territories held votes denounced by Kyiv and the West as a "sham".
Leonard Glenn Francis pleads guilty of running elaborate bribery scheme involving US officials
Qualifiers for Free Fire World Series 2022 Bangkok will take place in several regions in the next few months.