Twitter boss Elon Musk has announced a shake-up of the social media platform's paid Twitter Blue feature.
Orozco had completed three tours in Iraq and Afghanistan
A sculpture of the coat of arms of the British royal family, created with the blood of four Afghans, is to be “projected” onto the walls of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London by Russian artist Andrei Molodkin to protest Prince Harry’s involv...
US President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday announced a plan to close a loophole to an immigration agreement that has allowed thousands of asylum-seeking immigrants to move between the two countries along ...
With US and Canada promoting different approaches to worsening crisis in Haiti, experts say question is ‘what’s next?’
On March 16, a 7-magnitude earthquake, the most powerful in the previous 30 days, hit the Kermadec Islands region of New Zealand.
The US military must be ready for possible confrontation with China, the Pentagon’s leaders said Thursday, pushing Congress to approve the Defense Department’s proposed $842 billion budget, which would modernize the force in Asia and aro...
Imran Khan, the chief of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party was granted bail by an Islamabad-based banking court in a prohibited funding case.
A former soldier has become the first serving Australian serviceman or veteran charged with the war crime of murder for allegedly killing a civilian while on deployment in Afghanistan.
Imran Khan, the 70-year-old chief of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, travelled to the Lahore High Court (LHC) in a bulletproof vehicle to seek protective bail in nine cases
News of the crash reverberated around the world: two Russian fighter jets reportedly dumped fuel on a US drone earlier this week before hitting and downing it.
A Saudi-Pakistani online education platform will start training more than 1,500 Afghan doctors, its CEO told Arab News, as the program received financing from the Islamic Development Bank.
With the Taliban government's banning of women from universities in Afghanistan, Iran's repression of the Mahsa Amini protests, new US restrictions on abortion rights and the Ukraine war's impact on women, there are many reasons to protest.
Prince Harry has claimed a number of British soldiers involved in operations in Afghanistan were not “necessarily” behind their country’s military efforts in the country.
Air Mobility Command has directed its refueling and cargo planes to obscure the majority of identifying information painted on the aircraft, citing national security concerns — an unusual move that is alarming to government watchdogs.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Saturday slammed the world’s rich countries and energy giants for throttling poor nations with “predatory” interest rates and crippling fuel prices.
UN leader Antonio Guterres on Saturday slammed the world's rich countries and energy giants for throttling poor nations with "predatory" interest rates and crippling fuel prices.
The four cases include prohibited funding at a banking court located at the judicial complex, a terrorism case at the anti-terrorism court in the same complex.
Peter Tatchell was one of a group of 30 who interrupted a rally by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and Stop the War coalition
Britain will scrap the requirement for around 12,000 asylum seekers to undergo face-to-face interviews and instead ask them to fill out a questionnaire, the government said on Thursday, in an attempt to clear record levels of backlogs.
Some 12,000 asylum seekers to the UK are to be considered for refugee status without face-to-face interviews.
New violence in Colombia’s decades-long conflict has impeded de-mining efforts, putting rural populations at risk.
The United States took control of the assets soon after the Taliban stormed back to power in Afghanistan in 2021, with President Joe Biden saying the money could be made available to the families of 9/11 victims.
Victims of the 9/11 attacks are not entitled to seize $3.5bn (£2.9bn) in assets belonging to Afghanistan's central bank, a US judge has ruled.