US regulators scrutinise Elon Musk’s Twitter stock buys

United States market authorities have asked Elon Musk to explain an apparent delay in reporting his Twitter stock buys,

Zelensky slams West for not doing enough to help Ukraine

Fierce battles raged in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday, with Russian troops on the verge of encircling a key..

United Nations Security Council to vote on tougher N Korea sanctions

The United Nations Security Council will vote Thursday, at the request of the United States, on a resolution aimed ..

Afghan male TV presenters wear black masks in protest against Taliban

Seconds before he presents a news bulletin, Afghan television anchor Nisar Nabil puts on a black mask as a symbolic ..

21 people, including 19 children, killed in Texas school shooting

A teenage gunman killed at least 19 young children and two teachers at an elementary school in Texas on Tuesday,

North Korea fires three missiles including suspected ICBM: Seoul

North Korea fired a suspected intercontinental ballistic missile early Wednesday, Seoul’s military said, just one day..

India announces to limit sugar exports

India said it had capped sugar exports to safeguard its own supplies and ease inflation, days after a ban on wheat shipments..

Canada detects 15 monkeypox patients in Quebec, more expected

Health authorities in Canada said Tuesday they had identified 10 new cases of monkeypox in Quebec,

Biden finds unity abroad. He's losing it at home

President Joe Biden's crusade against authoritarian leaders abroad is complicated, constantly, by the messiness..

Biden's Taiwan comment hangs over summit with leaders of Japan, India and Australia on final day of Asia trip

As he concluded his debut tour of Asia, President Joe Biden used Russia's invasion of Ukraine to send an unmistakable..