Int'l community calls for free, fair, inclusive, credible elections in Libya

Paris (France) Nov 13: Participants in the Paris International Conference for Libya, chaired Friday by France, called for the holding of free, fair, inclusive and...

New infections above 2,300 for 3rd day amid growing concerns over serious...

Seoul (South Korea), November 12: South Korea's new coronavirus cases stayed above 2,300 for the third consecutive day Friday, and the number of serious cases...

N. Korea calls for efforts to achieve economic goals under five-year plan

Seoul (South Korea), November 12: North Korea urged its people Friday to make utmost efforts to accomplish the country's five-year economic plan under the spirit...

UN chief mourns death of former South African President de Klerk

United Nations, November 12: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday mourned the death of former South African President F.W. de Klerk, a Nobel Peace Prize...

UN seeks quick release of staffers and contract truckers in Ethiopia

United Nations, November 12: The United Nations is appealing to the Ethiopian government for the immediate release of an unprecedented number of detained staffers and...

Iran urges regional cooperation to tackle security problems

Tehran (Iran), November 12: The best way to overcome regional problems is to work out mechanisms specific to regional traits through the participation of all...

Erdogan says blaming Turkey for refugee crisis "real ingratitude"

Ankara (Turkey), November 12: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday accused Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis of "lying" about the refugee crisis.

EU drug agency recommends 2 anti-COVID-19 medicines

The Hague (Netherlands), November 12: The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has recommended the authorization of two medicines for the treatment of COVID-19.

Sudanese army chief issues decree forming transitional Sovereign Council

Khartoum (Sudan), November 12: General Commander of the Sudanese Armed Forces Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan on Thursday issued a constitutional decree forming a transitional Sovereign Council,...

Roundup: U.S. sustains COVID-19 vaccination campaign amid disputes on vaccine, mask mandates

New York (US), November 12: The political battle over COVID-19 vaccine and mask mandates continued in the United States, as the federal government pushed through...

U.S. court pauses release of Trump White House records sought by House...

Washington (US), November 12: A U.S. federal appeals court on Thursday temporarily paused the release of the Donald Trump administration records sought by the House...

Cambodia's COVID-19 vaccination coverage surpasses 87 pct: PM

Phnom Penh (Cambodia), November 12: Cambodia has administered at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccines to 14.01 million people, or 87.6 percent of its 16-million...

Dozens of illegal migrants released from detention in Libya: UNHCR

Tripoli (Libya), November 12: The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) on Thursday said that 57 illegal migrants have been released from a detection...

Daily COVID-19 infections in Germany exceed 50,000 for 1st time

Berlin (Germany), November 12: Daily COVID-19 infections in Germany reached a new all-time high on Thursday as 50,196 new cases were registered within one day,...

Putin, Merkel continue to discuss EU-Belarus migrant crisis

Moscow (Russia), November 12: Russian President Vladimir Putin and Germany's outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel held the second phone conversation in two days on Thursday to...

Yoon vows to improve relations with Japan upon taking office

Seoul (South Korea), November 11:Main opposition presidential candidate Yoon Seok-youl said Thursday he will improve the deeply frayed relations between South Korea and Japan as...

Exports rise 29.3 pct in first 10 days of Nov.

Seoul (South Korea), November 11: South Korea's exports grew 29.3 percent on-year in the first 10 days of November on the back of solid demand...

S. Korea, U.S. to launch new dialogue on semiconductor partnership next month:...

Washington (US), November 11: South Korea and the United States will launch new bilateral talks next month on enhancing their cooperation on the semiconductor supply...

New infections over 2,400 for 2nd day amid eased virus curbs

Seoul (South Korea), November 11: South Korea's new coronavirus cases stayed above 2,400 for the second consecutive day Thursday as the country relaxed its virus...

At least 70 truckers into Ethiopia's Tigray with aid cargo detained: UN

United Nations, November 11: The Ethiopian government has detained at least 70 truckers contracted to the United Nations and a number of international nongovernmental organizations...

UN chief welcomes China-U.S. declaration on enhancing climate action

United Nations, November 11: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday welcomed a China-U.S. joint declaration on enhancing climate action at the Glasgow conference.

UK says will talk with EU until exhausting all possibilities on NI...

London (UK), November 11: British Brexit Minister David Frost said on Wednesday that three weeks' talks with the European Union (EU) have not led to...

Greek, Dutch PMs mull over pandemic, migration, economy

Athens (Greece), November 11: The fallout of a new wave of the pandemic in Europe dominated discussions between Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and his...

U.S. federal judge rejects Trump's attempt to withhold records from House Jan....

Washington (US), November 11: A U.S. federal judge ruled Tuesday that the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot can access records...

U.S. inflation surges in October amid continued supply chain bottlenecks

Washington (US), November 11: U.S. inflation remained elevated in October as supply chain disruptions have persisted for months, surging to the highest level in three...

Canada's investment in building construction down in Q3

Ottawa (Canada), November 11: Canada's investment in building construction fell 7.5 percent to 53 billion Canadian dollars in the third quarter of 2021, following growth...

New infections bounce back to above 2,400 amid eased virus curbs

Seoul (South Korea), November 10: South Korea's new coronavirus cases bounced back to above 2,400 for the first time in six days Wednesday amid growing...