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The coronavirus death toll has passed 10,000 in the United States, according to a Johns Hopkins University tracker, a grim new milestone as officials fight...

William McNeill, the eminent University of Chicago historian, won a National Book Award for his first book, Rise of the West in 1964. But it his second book,...

The coronavirus outbreak has already taken a great toll on the Chinese economy, with all headline readings pointing towards a record slowdown in growth during...

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was admitted to the hospital Sunday night due to ongoing coronavirus symptoms, a statement from his office said. Johnson...

Afghanistan’s spy agency announced Saturday that it had arrested Islamic State’s regional leader, along with 19 key operatives of the terrorist...

Turkish parliament’s Justice Commission on Saturday approved a divisive draft law that would release up to 100,000 inmates to stave off the spread of the...

Head of Hamas movement in Gaza Strip Yahya Sinwar announced an initiative for a prisoner swap deal unfolding new proposals. The Israeli security establishment...

In a dramatic turn of events, four Russian governors resigned over 24 hours on April 2 and 3 — in the Archangelsk region, the Republic of Komi, the Kamchatsky...

The EU’s “Operation IRINI”, which Greece actively supported, “is a significant push in the efforts by all of us to resolve the Libyan...

The current course of the coronavirus pandemic in Greece gives rise to moderate optimism, infectious diseases professor Sotiris Tsiodras said on Friday, speaking...

Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou expressed her support to the Italian people over the coronavirus pandemic with a new message on Twitter on Friday....

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Friday outlined Greece’s increased budgetary flexibility by access to EU funds, in a teleconference with key ministers....