Putin critic Navalny transferred to prison hospital, officials concerned he could die at ‘any minute’
Russia’s penitentiary service said Monday that it was transferring ailing dissident Alexei Navalny, who is on the 20th day of a hunger strike, to a prison hospital — amid grave fears for his health.
Ontario retracts new coronavirus restrictions that banned playgrounds, involved police after outcry
Ontario's premier retracted restrictions Saturday that banned playgrounds and allowed police to require anyone not at home to explain why they're out after a backlash from police forces, health officials and the public.
Italian right-wing leader Salvini to go on trial for not allowing migrant ship to dock
Italian right-wing leader Matteo Salvini will go on trial for “kidnapping” migrants in September for his decision in 2019 as interior minister not to allow an NGO ship packed with migrants dock in an Italian port.
St. Vincent fears COVID-19 outbreak as positive cases climb after volcano eruption
Officials in St. Vincent said Thursday that they were extremely worried about a COVID-19 outbreak given the lack of water and more positive cases being reported as thousands of evacuees fleeing the erupting volcano crowd into shelters and private homes.
Iran's supreme leader: Vienna offers 'not worth looking at'
Iran’s supreme leader on Wednesday dismissed initial offers at talks in Vienna to save Tehran’s tattered nuclear deal as “not worth looking at,” attempting to pressure world powers after an attack on the country’s main nuclear enrichment site.