More than 115,000 people have died of the coronavirus disease and over 1.8 million have been infected since it first emerged in China's Wuhan. Here are the latest updates for April 13:
Former deputy head of Saudi Arabia's general intelligence and a former royal adviser among 20 suspects named by Istanbul prosecutor's office in its indictment over the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main challenger Benny Gantz had failed to form a coalition government in the past two elections in April and September.
The Harvard graduate is the first Pakistani and Muslim American to head up a major presidential campaign.
The former Israeli prime minister believes that a government without Benjamin Netanyahu will be less provocative and an ‘improvement’ for Palestinian-Israeli relations. He also thinks leaving the Iran nuclear deal was a mistake.
Former secretary of state Rex Tillerson said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave US President Donald Trump inaccurate information and skillfully "played" with him.
The Saudis might be considering Japan as a venue to go public with the world's most profitable company, and reap the benefits of the lower political and regulatory liabilities in the country.
UN special rapporteur Agnes Callamard said slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was the victim of a "deliberate, premeditated execution, an extrajudicial killing for which the state of Saudi Arabia is responsible."
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's former economic advisor has rubbished India's claim to the fastest growing economy in the world - but that's just the tip of the iceberg.
US President Donald Trump's foreign policy does not follow conventional American diplomacy and it could get more erratic as elections appear around the corner.
Criminal charges filed against US investment bank and two of its former bankers in connection with bond offerings with Malaysian officials saying $2.7 billion was dishonestly misappropriated from bond issuances.
Citing confidential financial documents, the New York Times reported that Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and a senior White House adviser, likely paid little or no federal income taxes between 2009 and 2016.
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