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Donald Trump has said the NBA has become “like a political organisation" after an unprecedented refusal to play led to the postponement of playoff matches for a second day.
France recorded 6,111 new cases of coronavirus in 24 hours, its highest number of infections since the end of lockdown.
What is considered normal can change over time as younger generations forget what things used to be like.
WHO's Europe chief said autumn and winter would pose a "tricky situation" with schools reopening, the onset of the flu season and increased mortality among older people in winter months in general.
Travellers returning to UK from Czech Republic & Switzerland must quarantine for 14 days from 0400 on Saturday.
Artificial Intelligence can offer many solutions in the wake of the COVID‐19 pandemic. Industry leaders and policy makers gathered at Dubai's AI Everything event, to showcase the innovations combating the pandemic ‐ and enhancing the education and medical sectors.
A typhoon that smashed South Korea, ripping off roofs and knocking out power to over 1,600 households, made landfall in North Korea early Thursday.
Justice minister Danail Kirilov is the fifth minister to resign from the government since protests started in July as the public anger shows no signs of abating.
Paul Pogba out of France squad after testing positive for COVID-19
The new statue represents Sojourner Truth (1797-1883), Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906) and Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) -- campaigners for the rights of women and people of colour
A single blade on some turbines at a wind farm in Norway has received an interesting paint job.
Some of Spain’s world famous holiday destinations have become COVID-19 hotspots. Ibiza may be considered the clubbing capital of the world, but despite its dancefloors being silenced by the pandemic, infection rates in the Balearic islands are still climbing.
Some 30,000 fish, including koi carp, are on display in everything from traditional fish bowls to columns of water tanks.
Riot police in Minsk dispersed anti-government protesters demanding the resignation of Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko Wednesday night. The protest in the capital city marks the 19th day of consecutive demonstrations since the disputed early-August election.
Dutch writer Marieke Lucas Rijneveld has won the International Booker Prize