Thousands of Vancouver residents lined the streets of the city's historic Chinatown to welcome the Year of the Dog at the annual Chinese Lunar New Year Parade.
The U.S. embassy in Ethiopia on Saturday urged Addis Ababa to reconsider its decision to institute martial law.
India's premier investigating agency Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Saturday arrested a former deputy general manager and two others in fraudulent transition cases worth about 1.77 billion U.S. dollars at India's state-owned Punjab National Bank (PNB), officials said.
Federal authorities have said that a U.S. man stole late last year a thumb of a Chinese terracotta warrior statue being displayed at a Philadelphia museum in state of Pennsylvania.
The Israeli Air Force (IAF) fighter jets targeted a total of six military targets in the Gaza Strip on Saturday, in response to the detonation of an explosive device on the border fence in southern Gaza.
The Russian authorities expected the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) to respond quickly to the latest attack on the building of the Russian Center for Science and Culture in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev, Russia's Permanent Representative to the OSCE Alexander Lukashevich said Saturday.
Six lions and 74 vultures were found dead near a national park in southern Tanzania this week after they were poisoned to death, authorities said on Friday.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) admitted Friday that it received a tip in January on Nikolas Cruz, the Florida school shooter who killed 17 people earlier this week, but failed to follow up.
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U.S. President Donald Trump stressed Thursday making schools more secured and tackling mental health in the wake of a mass shooting at a Florida high school with 17 fatalities, as it has sparked debates on gun control in the country long plagued by gun violence.
Grand Chinese New Year celebrations kicked off here on Thursday.
Mongolians are set to celebrate the Lunar New Year to welcome the Year of the Dog, a traditional festival known as the "White Moon" in the country.
The Kremlin on Thursday flatly rejected accusations by the British Foreign Office that the Russian government was behind the NotPetya cyber attack of June 2017.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has submitted a resignation letter, state-affiliated media outlet Radio Fana said on Thursday.
Close cooperation between Pakistan and China is bringing the Belt and Road Initiative into reality in the South Asian country, a senior Pakistani government official told Xinhua, saying it "brings positive changes to the lives of millions of people in Pakistan".
Kenya's flower farmers have decried unreliable power supply in Naivasha area noting that this was adversely affecting production.
Um al-Noor, the first female taxi driver in Syria's Aleppo, shows self-reliance in times of war and hardship.
The United States' actions in Syria indicate that Washington might be seeking to undermine Syria's territorial integrity, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Tuesday.
The crash of a Russian airplane resulting in the death of 71 people on board could have been caused by the icing of its avionics, the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) said in a statement Tuesday.
Bill and Melinda Gates Tuesday expressed their concerns over U.S. President Donald Trump's "America First" philosophy in their annual letter to the world.
Israeli police on Tuesday recommended charges of bribery, fraud, and breach of trust against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in two separate corruption cases.