N. Korea says Biden 'made big blunder,' warns of 'worse crisis beyond...

Seoul (South Korea), May 2: North Korea said Sunday that U.S. President Joe Biden made a "big blunder" after he called Pyongyang's nuclear program a...

S. Korea vows to coordinate with U.S. for early resumption of nuke...

Seoul (South Korea), April 2: South Korea's foreign ministry said Saturday it will continue to coordinate with the United States to help encourage Washington to...

Over 62 mln COVID-19 cases reported in Americas in last 15 months:...

Geneva (Switzerland), May 2: More than 62 million COVID-19 cases and over 1.5 million deaths have been reported in the region of the Americas, combining...

Iran says parties to nuke talks have reached "common ground" in areas

Tehran (Iran), May 2: Iran's senior negotiator in Vienna talks aimed at reviving the Iran nuclear deal said Saturday that negotiating parties have reached "common...

Russia advocates peaceful settlement of Kyrgyz-Tajik border clashes

Moscow (Russia), May 2: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov held telephone conversations with his Kyrgyz and Tajik counterparts on Saturday to discuss the armed clashes...

Over 100 mln Americans fully vaccinated against COVID-19

Washington (US) May 2: More than 100 million adult Americans have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Saturday, according to data of the U.S....

EU accuses Apple of distorting competition in music streaming market

Brussels (Belgium) May 1: The European Union (EU) on Friday accused Apple, the American digital giant, of abusing its dominant position in the on-line market...

Over 62 mln COVID-19 cases reported in Americas in last 15 months:...

Geneva (Switzerland) May 1: More than 62 million COVID-19 cases and over 1.5 million deaths have been reported in the region of the Americas, combining...

UN chief calls for efforts to address inequalities while ending AIDS by...

New York (USA) May 1: UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for efforts to address inequalities in order to bring the world back on track...

Israel bans travel to 7 countries over COVID-19

Jerusalem (Israel) May 1: The Israeli government on Friday decided to ban travel of Israeli citizens to seven countries over high COVID-19 morbidity and fear...

U.S. CDC estimates 1 in 3 Americans infected with COVID-19

Washington DC (USA) May 1: About 35 percent of all Americans have been infected with COVID-19 over the past year, according to a new study...

Russia imposes entry ban on 8 EU officials

Moscow (Russia) May 1: The Russian Foreign Ministry announced on Friday that eight officials from the European Union (EU)'s bodies and member countries are banned...

China makes stride toward building manned space station: global media

Beijing (China) May 1: China has made an enormous stride in achieving the goal of having a manned space station independently built and operated by...

Brazil's COVID-19 deaths pass 400,000

Rio De Janerio (Brazil), April 30: Brazil reported 3,001 new deaths related to COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, raising the national death toll to...

N. Korea likely to stage provocation, continue modernizing missiles: U.S. intelligence

Washington (US), April 30: North Korea is likely to stage military provocations that may include a nuclear test to put pressure on the United States...

New cases in 600s for 2nd day, virus curbs extended for 3...

Seoul (South Korea), April 30: South Korea's daily new virus cases remained in the 600s for the second day Friday as the country extended its...

Moon's approval rating hits record low of 29 pct: Gallup

Seoul (South Korea), April 30: President Moon Jae-in's approval rating dropped below 30 percent for the first time since his inauguration in May 2017, a...

World Bank approves 80.5 mln USD to help Sri Lanka access, distribute...

Colombo (Srilanka), April 30: The World Bank has approved 80.5 million U.S. dollars as additional financing to help Sri Lanka access and distribute fairly the...

EU lawmakers want "COVID-19 certificate" to guarantee free movement

Brussels (Belgium), April 30: European lawmakers said on Thursday that the European Union's (EU) planned "COVID-19 certificates" - and not "Digital Green Certificates" as proposed...

U.S. to deploy additional forces to Afghanistan as withdrawal underway

Washington (US), April 30: The White House said on Thursday that the U.S. military will send additional forces to Afghanistan to protect U.S. and coalition...

U.S. economy grows at annualized 6.4 pct in Q1 amid vaccine rollout,...

Washington (US), April 30: The U.S. economy grew at an annual rate of 6.4 percent in the first quarter of 2021, the U.S. Commerce Department...

US Officials to Meet Mideast Partners in Coming Days for Iran Talks...

Washington (US), April 29: A United States delegation will travel to the Middle East in the coming days to meet with partner nations to discuss...

Biden Urges US Congress to Approve Police Reform in May

Washington (US), April 29: US President Joe Biden urged Congress to approve in May a police reform that would address the issue of racially motivated...

U.S. reaffirms support for N. Koreans against 'egregious' human rights abuses

Wasgington (US), April 29: The United States reaffirmed its support for North Korean human rights Wednesday, vowing to hold Pyongyang accountable for "egregious" human rights...

New cases fall back to below 700; virus curbs likely to be...

Seoul (South Korea), April 29: South Korea's daily new virus cases fell back to below 700 on Thursday, but sporadic cluster infections and the rising...

Biden pledges to work with allies to address N.K. threats through diplomacy,...

Washington (US), April 29: U.S. President Joe Biden said Wednesday he will work with allies to address threats from North Korea and Iran through "diplomacy"...

Canada's COVID-19 cases surpass 1.2 million despite decreased daily cases

Ottawa (Canada), April 29: Canada reported 5,071 new COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday afternoon, bringing the total number to 1,200,057, including 24,106 deaths and 101,586...