The United States warned of “catastrophic consequences” if Moscow were to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine, after Russia’s Foreign Minister said regions holding widely-criticised referendums would get full protection if annexed by Moscow.
They like to call it ‘the greatest museum you’ll never see.’ Tucked away in the corridors of its Langley, Virginia, headquarters, the revamped Central Intelligence Agency museum — while still closed to the public — is revealing some newly declassified artefacts from the spy agency’s most storied ope
In the city from which Lebanon’s richest politicians hail, the poorest residents once again mourn their dead.
China and India called at the United Nations for a negotiated end to the Ukraine war, stopping short of robust support for traditional ally Russia.
At least 24 people were killed and dozens were missing after a boat packed with Hindu devotees sank on Sunday in Bangladesh, in the worst waterways disaster to hit the country in more than a year.
Philippine authorities started evacuating people from coastal areas on Sunday and hundreds were unable to travel by sea as the main island Luzon, including Manila, braces for a category 3 typhoon that continues to strengthen, officials said.
Russia yesterday toughened penalties for voluntary surrender and refusal to fight with up to 10 years imprisonment and replaced its top logistics general after a series of setbacks to its seven-month war in Ukraine.
Italians yesterday braced for seismic change, on the eve of an election forecast to hand Italy the most right-wing government since World War II.
Pharoah Sanders, one of the most wildly inventive figures in jazz who wrestled his saxophone to its limits and felt equally at home in Indian and African music, died yesterday. He was 81.