Three researchers won the Nobel Chemistry Prize for the development of lithium-ion batteries, paving the way for smartphones and a fossil fuel-free society.
US presidential candidate hopeful Joe Biden makes an about-turn on claims that he was arrested "on the streets of Soweto" on his way to Robben Island while trying to meet with Nelson Mandela.
Sporadic violence hit parts of Delhi overnight as gangs roamed streets littered with the debris of days of sectarian riots that have killed 33 people, police said Thursday.
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US President Donald Trump's re-election campaign has filed suit against The New York Times over an OpEd article about links to Russia.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Wednesday briefly disrupted his extradition hearing in Britain to complain about being forced to sit away from his lawyers.
The pool of candidates vying for their party's nomination in 2020 narrows as the race heats up.
A French woman has filed a complaint against a baby formula manufacturer after her infant daughter allegedly vomited a parasitic worm the length of an adult index finger, police say.
Germany's highest court has ruled that a 2015 law banning professional assisted suicide was unconstitutional, as it robbed terminally ill patients of "the right to a self-determined death".
American health authorities have said they ultimately expect the novel coronavirus to spread in the United States and are urging local governments, businesses, and schools to develop plans like cancelling mass gatherings or switching to teleworking
Twenty people have now died in days of sectarian riots in New Delhi, with 189 people wounded including around 60 by gunshot, the director of the hospital treating most of those affected said Wednesday.
The new coronavirus epidemic has swelled with cases in South Korea surging past 1 000 after deaths soared in Iran and infections appeared in previously untouched countries, prompting dire warnings that the world was not ready to contain it.
A gunman has killed five employees of one of America's best-known breweries before turning the weapon on himself in the latest burst of mass gun violence in the US.
Saudi Arabia has suspended visas for pilgrims wishing to visit Mecca over coronavirus fears, the foreign ministry has said.
A British fraudster who had been on the run for nearly three decades using dozens of aliases has been jailed after being caught off the UK coast trying to smuggle eight Albanian migrants into the country.
The virus has killed 2 595 people in mainland China and has infected more than 79 000 worldwide, mostly in China.
Hong Kong's government says it will give a $1 280 handout to every permanent resident in a bid to jump-start an economy in recession after months of protests and hit further by the coronavirus outbreak.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for calm after Delhi's worst sectarian violence in decades left at least 20 people dead and calls for a military curfew.
Democratic White House hopefuls rounded on leftist frontrunner Bernie Sanders at a feisty debate Tuesday, attacking him as too extreme for American voters and a flawed challenger to President Donald Trump.
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