UN and EU will be part of talks over divided island of Cyprus in New York, Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says, hailing EU's efforts to improve ties with Ankara.
Meanwhile, Sepp Blatter's family disclosed the former FIFA president spent a week in an induced coma after having heart surgery in December.
Pope Francis' ongoing efforts to clean up Vatican governance reaches a milestone with the first ever jail sentence issued by a Vatican state court in relation to financial crimes.
Switzerland's tourism industry federation GastroSuisse warns new Covid-19 curbs without significant government support could see around half of hospitality businesses go belly-up by March-end.
A highlight of the exhibition will be two large-scale outdoor sculptures. A 12-foot-high sculpture The Monk will be exhibited in the centre of the frozen Lake St. Moritz, and Two Figures with a Drum installed on the north-eastern edge of the lake.
Novel coronavirus has infected over 82 million people globally and has claimed nearly 1.8 million lives. Here're the updates for December 30:
The letter sent by right groups to the International Olympic Committee says the IOC has “turned a blind eye to the widespread and systematic human rights violations being committed by the Chinese authorities.
The Bayern Munich forward has been named The Best FIFA Men's Player 2020, beating off competition from last year's winner Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Preliminary figures, compiled by the reinsurance giant Swiss Re, show that a full $175 billion losses were from natural catastrophes during a year characterised by unusual numbers of storms, wildfires and hurricanes.
The groups for qualifying stages of the 2022 Qatar World Cup were drawn in a virtual ceremony at FIFA's headquarters in Zurich.
Experts from FIFA and football rule-making body IFAB are currently discussing changing the offside rule.
The trial of Alieu Kosiah is one of just a handful of cases brought before international courts in relation to the West African country's 1989-2003 conflict, which killed nearly a quarter of a million people, often at the hands of child soldiers.
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