In a scathing interview, Afghanistan's former president Hamid Karzai offers frank assessment of US presence in his country.
Fifteen months after shuttering for the pandemic, Radio City Music Hall reopens its doors for the Tribeca Festival premiere of a new Dave Chappelle documentary for a full-capacity, fully-vaccinated audience.
An hour-long blackout struck several US airlines, Australian financial firms and other global companies, with the problem traced to US-based tech provider Akamai.
US President Joe Biden’s first meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin since assuming office comes amid soaring tensions between Washington and Moscow, with both sides playing down the prospect of any major breakthroughs at the summit.
Turkey is a US ally and a NATO member, but under President Erdogan’s assertive foreign policy, Ankara has shown the capacity to go its own way if necessary.
Baghlan police spokesperson says at least 10 men who worked for mine-clearing agency Halo Trust were taken by the Taliban to a room and shot dead.
If history is any kind of guide, then, Russian and American leaders will try to reinforce their respective spheres of influence in different parts of the world.
Construction of a new four-lane highway through Red Cliffs National Conservation Area would violate environmental laws and put the tortoise and several other species at risk, a coalition of conservation groups says.
NATO' chief Jens Stoltenberg says the military organisation’s pullout from Afghanistan is going well, without making a reference to the series of attacks that not only claimed 10 lives, but plunged the country's capital, Kabul, into darkness.
Jens Stoltenberg, however, said that NATO countries would continue to support Afghanistan through civilian experts, who will help to advise government ministries by funding the security forces and with support for slow-moving peace talks.
No longer exclusive to governments, the pro-Palestinian legal organization and its growing community are helping legal experts hold Israel accountable for violations of international law.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov agree to work together despite differences as they held talks on the sidelines of an Arctic Council meeting in the Icelandic capital of Reykjavik.
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