Several killed and dozens wounded as gunfire erupts near site of protest against judge investigating Beirut port blast.
Despite regular eruptions, people of a village in Cape Verde continue to rebuild their homes at the foot of a volcano.
The sinkholes made a dramatic appearance less than a week after a magnitude 6.4 quake hit Croatia on December 29, 2020.
Typhoon Kompasu has set off landslides and flash floods in the Philippines, leaving at least 11 people dead.
Afghanistan’s new rulers set their sights on stamping out widespread drug addiction in their country, even if by force.
Thousands of people marched in Brussels to push world leaders to take bolder action to fight climate change.
New lava stream follows path down the Cumbre Vieja ridge towards the western shore of the island.
Voting is under way in Iraq general election that many said they will boycott.
Following one of Europe’s weakest vaccination campaigns, Romania’s healthcare system is close to collapsing.
At least 20 people killed and more than 200 injured when a 5.9 magnitude earthquake strikes southwestern Pakistan.
India promotes jute as fabric for sustainable future, with government saying all grains should be packed in jute sacks.
Taliban said the service will resume on Saturday after they were suspended since the armed group’s takeover.
Community is among the poorest in the country and the Taliban takeover in August has only exacerbated their hardships.
Bolivian coca farmers seized control of the country’s main coca market after clashes with police in the capital, La Paz.