Singapore's extensive surveillance during a two-month-long virus battle has won international praise but it is seeing a surge in cases in recent days. South Korea, where early testing helped slow transmission, is now seeing 100 new cases per day.
The United States Tennis Association says that this year for the first time at the Grand Slam it will post code violations on the scoreboard as they occur to avoid confusing fans like last year.
Ankara and Washington have been caught in a diplomatic tailspin ever since the latter began supporting Turkey's foes--the YPG and FETO--and ignoring its militaristic needs in an increasingly hostile Middle East.
The Taliban should be cautiously welcomed at the negotiating table but with a view on moderating the group.
Many Mexican immigrants have been deported back to Mexico from the US. Some find it hard to adjust while others continue their lives as if they lever left.
The Chinese tech giant has been a target of unsubstantiated spying accusations for years as it outshined companies such as Apple and Cisco in sales.
As the Syrian civil war entered its eighth year, the Daesh terror group has lost all major cities under its control, creating an opening for the PKK-affiliated YPG terror group.
Trump is seeking to overturn a federal court ruling that stopped the second version of his so-called Muslim ban in its tracks.
Over the course of the Syrian conflict, chemical warfare has caused a high number of casualties. But it's not the first time mankind has employed this controversial art of war.
As the war hits its seventh year, Turkey remains the biggest provider of assistance, followed by Jordan and Lebanon. And Turkey has relied more on its own coffers rather than foreign aid to support the 2.75 million refugees living here.
The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, who opposes regulation of the medical system, published an open letter Thursday expressing support for Trump's efforts to stop travel from seven Muslim countries, keeping refugees out of the US.
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