People who ignored an initial warning to evacuate the area closest to a volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent raced to get clear Saturday.
Egypt’s best-known archaeologist on Saturday revealed further details on a Pharaonic city recently found in the southern province of Luxor.
An Garda Siochana, the national police service for the Republic of Ireland, shared a heartwarming video on April 4 of an officer playing a saxophone while a woman dances to celebrate her 100th birthday.
Latronico, a quaint town in southern Italy with thermal spas, hiking and mountaintop views, is hoping to give new life to some of its old homes.
A surge in COVID-19 cases and deaths is hitting all regions of the world.
Wealthy countries have received the largest supply of the world’s COVID-19 vaccines, while poor countries have only received 0.2% of the global supply, the World Health Organization announced Friday.
Prince Philip was the longest-serving royal consort in British history by more than a decade when he died Friday at 99.
A female athlete managed to clinch a gold medal win in taekwondo all while she was eight months pregnant.
“The reported cases of unusual blood clotting following vaccination with the AstraZeneca vaccine should be listed as possible side effects of the vaccine,” said Emer Cooke, the agency's executive director.
An Iranian ship believed to be a base for the paramilitary Revolutionary Guard and anchored for years in the Red Sea off Yemen has been attacked, Tehran acknowledged.
The 2021 winner of the “Mrs. Sri Lanka” beauty pageant said she suffered injuries after a previous winner snatched the crown off of her head, claiming that she was ineligible.
New Zealand has officially instated its $20 per hour minimum wage increase and raised taxes on the nation’s top earners.
A top official at the European Medicines Agency says there is a causal link between AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine and rare blood clots, but that it's unclear what the connection is.
An unmanned Dutch cargo ship may be in danger of capsizing in heavy seas off the coast of Norway after its crew was evacuated following a distress call from the vessel.
South Korean electronics maker LG says it is getting out of its loss-making mobile phone business to focus on electric vehicle components, robotics, artificial intelligence and other products and services.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday signed a law allowing him to potentially hold onto power until 2036, a move that formalizes constitutional changes endorsed in a vote last year.
Steam and lava spurted Monday from a new fissure at an Icelandic volcano, prompting the evacuation of hundreds of hikers who had come to see the spectacle.
The British government says all adults and children in England will be able to get coronavirus tests twice a week as a way to stamp out new outbreaks.
“The pandemic is still spreading, while the social and economic crisis remains severe, especially for the poor. Nevertheless — and this is scandalous — armed conflicts have not ended, and military arsenals are being strengthened,'' Francis said, sounding angry. “That is today's scandal.”
Britain is planning to test a series of measures including “coronavirus status certifications” over the coming weeks to see if they can allow people to safely return to sports arenas, nightclubs and concerts.