China’s space agency says a core segment of its biggest rocket has reentered Earth’s atmosphere in the Indian Ocean above the Maldives.
Many of the dead are between 11 and 15 years old, Afghan officials said.
The Palestinian emergency service says more than 200 people were wounded in a night of heavy clashes between Palestinians and Israeli police in the Al-Aqsa mosque compound and elsewhere in Jerusalem, where tensions have soared in recent weeks.
The Royal Marines facilitated the flight on Saturday, trying to determine if the suit would be beneficial to maritime military operations.
The World Health Organization gave its authorization for emergency use of a COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by China's Sinopharm, potentially paving the way for millions of doses to reach needy countries.
On Thursday, the number of new confirmed coronavirus cases breached 400,000 for the second time in India since the devastating surge began last month.
Updated analysis by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington School of Medicine found that COVID-19 deaths are significantly underreported in almost every country.
In announcement sure to be welcomed by travelers worldwide, the EU’s executive branch has proposed easing restrictions on visiting the 27-nation bloc as vaccination campaigns keep gathering speed.
A jury in Rome has convicted two American friends from the Bay Area in the 2019 slaying of a police officer in a drug sting gone awry, sentencing them to life in prison.
Canadian health officials said Wednesday they have become the first to approve Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for ages as young as 12.
The largest section of the rocket that launched the main module of China's first permanent space station into orbit is expected to plunge back to Earth as early as Saturday at an unknown location.
Finnegan Lee Elder, 21, and Gabriel Natale-Hjorth, 20, were indicted on charges of homicide, attempted extortion, assault, resisting a public official and carrying an attack-style knife without just cause. Both contend they acted in self-defense.
The almost 100-foot core of China's Long March 5B rocket is likely to make an uncontrolled reentry at an unknown point in the coming days. The spacecraft launched Thursday into low Earth orbit from Hainan's Wenchang Center, ferrying the Tianhe module for the country's first permanent space station.
An elevated section of the Mexico City metro collapsed and sent a subway car plunging toward a busy boulevard late Monday, killing at least 24 people and dozens of others, city officials said.
“The Bench” is said to be about the special bond between father and son, as seen through a mother’s eyes. It’s based on a poem she wrote for Prince Harry on his first Father’s Day.
Rescuers searched a car left dangling from the overpass for hours for anyone who might be trapped.
The World Health Organization has repeatedly decried a lack of equity in access to COVID-19 vaccines and is working to ship doses to low- and middle-income countries through its COVAX program.
A U.S.-based tribal nation recently shared its COVID-19 vaccine surplus with related tribes and other residents across the border in Canada in an effort to get more people vaccinated against the virus.
The music festival is just one of several research efforts the UK government is offering as a way to test whether such events spread the coronavirus.
Officials say a searing blaze that roared through dozens of fuel tankers on the northern edge of the Afghan capital of Kabul has killed seven people and injured 14.