The Russia-Ukraine war has lasted for three months after Vladimir Putin's soldiers invaded Russia back in February, with the bulk of Russia's aggression shifting to the east and south.
Iran will begin negotiating with Russia on bartering spare car parts and fuel turbines for raw metal materials as both nations struggle under heavy sanctions.
Russia says it 'expects' Zelenskyy's Ukrainian leadership will kowtow to its territorial demands and concede in order to end the three-month-long deadly war
Officials in China's largest city released more plans to ease stringent COVID lockdown measures. Shanghai is set to officially reopen at the beginning of June.
A boat with 800 Haitians trying to reach the United States ended up on the coast of central Cuba instead in one of the largest exodus attempts yet by a group.
Japan and the U.S. have conducted a joint fighter jet flight after Russia and China carried out a joint military exercise during President Biden's Asia trip.
Ukraine's armed forces released a video Thursday showing Russian military rocket strikes ripping through the countryside, calling for 'NATO-style' weapons.
Two conservative lawmakers have pulled their support for Prime Minister Boris Johnson after a report detailed a pattern of partying and rule-breaking amid lockdown.
In the second war crimes trial of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, two soldiers from Vladimir Putin’s army have pleaded guilty to shelling a town in eastern Ukraine.
NATO ties have become strained as Turkey looks to block Sweden and Finland from joining NATO and takes on Greece's prime minister amid Russia's threat.
Sandals says carbon monoxide detectors will be placed in all of its resorts in the Caribbean after three American tourists were found dead in the Bahamas resort.
A large unit of Ukraine's military has been destroyed, according to a Russian Defense Ministry spokesman. The claims could not be independently verified.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett seemed to confirm reports that the Biden administration won't take the IRGC off the list of of foreign terrorist organizations
Ukraine's defense ministry says Russia has used 60 percent of is high-precision artillery as the war in Ukraine rages on for the 13th week.
A United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund report found that 1.1 million children in Afghanistan are expected to suffer from severe wasting this year.
The Archdiocese of Hong Kong has canceled its Tiananmen Square Massacre memorial for the first time ever.
Officials from Sweden and Finland, who submitted applications to join NATO, visited Turkey Wednesday in hopes of winning the country's support for their bids.
In the Chinese capital, Beijing officials said that the city's fight against COVID had reached a critical moment. Authorities have ordered multiple rounds of mass testing and shuttered subways and businesses.
Russia said ships carrying food from Ukraine could be granted humanitarian passage if some economic sanctions are lifted.
Russian lawmakers passed legislation eliminating the existing age limit on serving in the military.