With the sunset at the Mediterranean, a Chinese couple in their early sixties sat on the bench decorated with colorful blankets, enjoying the afternoon.
Thousands of families arrived on Saturday in the rebel-held capital Sanaa, after fleeing military confrontations between pro-government forces and armed rebels in Yemen's Hodeidah port city.
By taking care of busy New Yorkers' furry friends and housesitting, Jen Tserng made more than 60,000 U.S. dollars in 2017 and set her goal to 80,000 dollars this year.
The Pentagon said on Friday that it has "indefinitely" suspended two military exercise programs with South Korea to support agreements between President Donald Trump and the top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), Kim Jong Un.
An exhibition of creative cultural products from north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region concluded in the South Pacific Island nation of Fiji, having showcased Inner Mongolia's unique culture and helped promote cultural exchanges between the two sides.
Armed confrontations between the Yemeni government forces and the Iran-backed Shiite Houthi group have forced thousands of people to flee their homes in the strategic port city of Hodeidah amid lack of basic necessities including food, clothing and water.
Iran's atomic chief dismissed the U.S. demand for "zero enrichment" of uranium in the Islamic republic, Tasnim news agency reported Saturday.
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa was unhurt and successfully evacuated on Saturday after an explosion hit where he was addressing a campaign rally, according to state media reports.
Alan Jumba developed a passion for farming at a tender age, having grown up in a rural village in western Kenyan county of Vihiga, where households were guaranteed of food security and financial freedom through cultivation of staples like maize and legumes.
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Council of Ministers on Thursday submitted the final report of the proposal to bring South Sudan's warring factions together towards peace.
Turkey will impose tariffs worth 267 million U.S. dollars on U.S. goods from Thursday in retaliation for Washington's levies on steel and aluminum imports, Turkish Ministry of Economy announced.
Kobe Bryant, the retired American basketball superstar, would not be admitted to the Academy of Motions Picture and Sciences despite winning an Oscar this year for his short film "Dear Basketball."
United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Thursday that he will do everything in his capacity to make sure that the United States and Russia are able to overcome their differences.
Iran will not negotiate with the United States that fails to keep its word and moves to sabotage multilateral agreements one after another, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Thursday.
The United Nations is deeply concerned about the safety and protection of an estimated 750,000 people in southern Syria, where hostilities are endangering civilians and causing displacement, said a UN spokesman on Thursday.
A technology community in Israel will hold a hackathon on Friday to generate ideas of solving the "kite terror" problem along the Israel-Gaza Strip border.
The Russian Defense Ministry on Wednesday accused the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) of strengthening combat forces near Russia's border and warned that Moscow will take mirror-like actions against NATO's moves.
Cooperated with the U.S. Apple Association, Farmers for Free Trade, a leading agriculture trade lobby group, placed advertisements on cable television Wednesday, urging the White House to "end the trade war."
Kenya on Tuesday hailed a robust collaboration with China to promote the preservation of the East African nation's cultural and natural heritage.