Russian forces completed their withdrawal from the city of Kherson on Nov. 11 after an almost nine-month occupation. They are now positioned on the eastern bank of the Dnipro, from where they have been shelling the city regularly.
The two-year-old boy, identified by his maiden name Saif, was suffering from a rare and extremely severe genetic disease called severe combined immune deficiency.
MV Thangavel, 85, a farmer, was holding a Tamil-language placard reading: "Modi government stop imposing Hindi. Why do we need to choose Hindi over our literature-rich Tamil... it will affect future of our youth."
Crowds had gathered hours before on nearby Wulumuqi street – with video showing protesters chanting "Xi Jinping, step down! CCP, step down!" in a rare display of public opposition to the Chinese Communist Party's top leadership. The video was widely shared on social media...
Jain claimed the broker told him the landlord needed to verify his LinkedIn profile before offering him the apartment.
Women in the country of more than 80 million people are required to cover their heads, necks and hair, a law enforced by the country's morality police.
Swati was charged with libel and appeared before a judge on Sunday who allowed the Federal Investigation Agency to interrogate the senator for two days. He was being held at a facility in Islamabad.
The "Grain from Ukraine" initiative demonstrated global food security was "not just empty words" for Kyiv, he said. The Kremlin says food exported from Ukraine's Black Sea ports under a UN-brokered plan has not been reaching the most vulnerable countries.
At the tall candle-shaped Holodomor (Ukrainian for death by starvation) memorial centre in central Kyiv, a dozen Orthodox priests in black and silver robes gathered Saturday for a religious ceremony for the victims of the famine.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said his country aimed to have the world's most powerful nuclear force as he celebrated the launch of its newest intercontinental ballistic missile at a ceremony with his young daughter.
Imran Khan, in his first public appearance since being wounded in a gun attack earlier this month, said on Saturday he was calling off his protest march to Islamabad because he feared it would cause havoc in the country.
Northwest and central Nigeria have been terrorised by criminal gangs known locally as bandits who raid villages, stealing cattle, kidnapping for ransom and burning homes after looting supplies.
In his speech at the launch ceremony in Istanbul, Sharif on Friday said the inauguration of PNS Khyber, the third of the four MILGEM corvettes, represents "the deepening of defence cooperation" between the two countries.
Flight Controllers at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston inserted Orion into a distant retrograde orbit by firing the orbital maneuvering system engine for 1 minute and 28 seconds.
The assessment by the UN Special Rapporteur on Afghanistan Richard Bennett and nine other UN experts says the treatment of women and girls may amount to "gender persecution" under the Rome Statute to which Afghanistan is a party.
Throughout the country, Russian air strikes in recent weeks have brought Ukraine's energy infrastructure to its knees as winter approaches and temperatures near freezing, spurring fears of a health crisis and a further exodus.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday hit out at what he said were skewed media portrayals of Moscow’s military campaign in Ukraine as he met with mothers of Russian soldiers fighting there.
Musk tweeted that "amnesty" for previously suspended Twitter accounts would begin "next week," after the majority of respondents on a 24-hour poll he had posted voted in favour of the move.
Bizarre as it may sound, the Mathura city police, Uttar Pradesh, India, have claimed that rats ate up over 500 kilogrammes of marijuana.
"I'm not a little lad, I had him released within 15-20 seconds," the boy's father told the radio station. The boy, who was said to be "an absolute trooper," is recovering well.
The fire broke out at around 7:49 pm at a high-rise residential building in a community of Tianshan District in Urumqi. It was put out at around 10:35 pm.
There were no deaths, compared with one the previous day, keeping fatalities at 5,232. As of Nov. 24, mainland China had confirmed 300,619 cases with symptoms.
"Two deaths have been recorded so far, and we call on everyone not to go out unless necessary," the Makkah regional government said on its Twitter page.
Jayme Erickson was called to the crash north of Calgary on Nov.15 and sat with a seriously injured girl who was extricated from the car and taken to hospital, where she died. She was unrecognisable because of injuries.