Azerbaijan denies the accusation from Armenia. France, Russia and the US have urged the two countries, which fought a deadly war last year, to de-escalate.
Fully vaccinated people in the US can stop wearing masks, authorities announced on Thursday. The guidance still calls for wearing masks in crowded indoor settings like buses, planes, hospitals, prisons and homeless shelters.
This week's violence between Israel and Gaza's Hamas rulers has killed at least 103 Palestinians, including 27 children, and wounded 530 others.
Protesters in Glasgow cheered as two men detained by immigration officials were released on Thursday after an hours-long standoff between demonstrations and police officers.
The move comes days after Viktor Medvedchuk was charged with treason, with the Opposition Platform - For Life party chairman denying the allegations against him.
Synagogues have been attacked and Israeli flags burned in protests in Germany.
Andrii Derkach was one of several Ukrainian politicians promoted by a network of fake Facebook accounts booted off the social media platform last month.
Greek politicians have been asked whether they are opening too early. They argue that 2020 is not 2021.
According to Viasna, the musician had blocked traffic by waving a red and white flag and encouraged demonstrators to clap their hands.
Nepal has granted a record 408 permits to climbers who want to scale the 8,849-metre mountain this spring.
Chelsea and City fans will able to buy tickets to attend the final in person as UEFA releases 6,000 seats to each club.
The holy day marking the end of Ramadan began in muted fashion on Thursday against the backdrop of COVID-19 and the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Both Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna used mRNA technology for their COVID-19 jabs.
Most countries were "too slow" in their response to COVID-19, an independent panel commissioned reviewing the handling of the pandemic has found.
Danish lawmakers have agreed to set up a task force to look into a 1990 ferry fire that killed 159 people, one of Scandinavia's worst peacetime maritime disasters.
A jury convicted Derek Chauvin, 45, of second and third degree murder and manslaughter on 20 April in George Floyd's death.
Official statistics show that foreign-born citizens elderly citizens in Sweden and Norway are much less likely to have received a COVID-19 vaccine.
The Bosnian Serb leader was convicted of war crimes over the Srebrenica genocide and the siege of Sarajevo.
José Sayovo is an international icon and a source of pride in Angola. He is the first Angolan paralympic athlete to have won several medals at the paralympic games. He received three golds in Athens in 2004 and has an extremely successful sporting career.
Egyptian authorities have impounded a massive cargo vessel that blocked the Suez Canal last month amid a financial dispute with its owner, the canal chief said.