That runs counter to reports of a supposed “breakthrough” that on Wednesday boosted financial markets and spurred optimism not necessarily backed by reality.
Two people died and dozens were injured after a high-speed train derailed in Italy's Lodi province early on Thursday morning, Italian authorities said.
Birmingham, United Kingdom - The UK has left the European Union, and as far as the government here is concerned, Brexit is over. But it's not quite that simple, and the hard work and tough decisions are yet to come, according to a new report published on Tuesday by the research organisation The UK in a Changing Europe.
At least 14 people were reported injured after a vehicle ran into pedestrians in Jerusalem early on Thursday morning in what emergency services said was a suspected car-ramming attack on a popular nightclub.
A mad dash to collect documents, two overseas trips, a nerve-racking interview followed by months of anxious waiting. After securing admission to some of the world's most prestigious universities, this is the gruelling and costly process Iranian students go through to obtain a student visa to the United States.
The United States Senate cleared Donald Trump of both charges in its impeachment trial of the president, bringing to an end the impeachment saga that has consumed Washington since the House of Representatives launched its inquiry into the Trump's actions last September.
Kenya's former President Daniel arap Moi has died at the age of 95.
He was seen by his critics as an authoritarian ruler who held on to power for 24 years, but his allies credited him for maintaining stability in the East African state.
China has applied for a new patent on an experimental Gilead Sciences Inc. drug that its scientists believe might fight the coronavirus.
Hundreds of hospital workers in Hong Kong have gone on strike, demanding the border with mainland China be completely closed to reduce the risk of the coronavirus spreading.
The United States and the British crown dependency of Jersey have agreed with Nigeria to repatriate more than $300m in funds connected to former Nigerian military ruler General Sani Abacha, the three governments said. Abacha allegedly stole the money from public funds.
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