The United Nations (UN) has rebuked the British government for a lack of determination to compensate for its colonial-era crimes and “gross human rights violations” against two tribes in Kenya, saying London should pay for damages to settle the matter.
Pro-migrant groups have warned that they will block refugees' expulsions in court as the administration of US President Joe Biden is pressing ahead with use of an "inhumane" Trump-era expulsion policy for migrant families.
North Korea has called for relief from international sanctions as a precondition to resuming denuclearization talks with the United States, South Korean officials say.
At least 16 people have been killed and a quarter of a million people displaced from their homes after heavy monsoon rains lashed eastern India, officials said on Tuesday (Aug 3), as the air force joined rescue efforts.
The United States has surpassed 35 million recorded COVID-19 cases as experts warn that the worst is yet to come with the Delta variant driving a new surge in infections.
Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani says Kabul has a plan to restore stability in the country in six months despite the fast-deteriorating security situation.
At least 5 Americans have been killed and 50 others injured in a spate of shootings across Chicago in the US State of Illinois.
A prominent Nigerian lawyer and human rights activist has revealed that the Kaduna State government has hastily filed a new charge against Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, and his wife in a desperate move to block their release.
Kim Yo-jong, the influential sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, has warned that a planned joint US-South Korea military exercise will undercut a renewed push for diplomacy on the Korean Peninsula, state-run media reported.
A pandemic-related US government ban on residential evictions expired at midnight on Saturday, putting millions of American renters at risk of being forced from their homes.