Iran said on Thursday it had “no knowledge” of the whereabouts of a former FBI agent missing since 2007, after his family said he had died in Iranian custody.
An Italian employee of the Holy See who lives in the same residence as Pope Francis was reported on Thursday to have tested positive for Covid-19 and has been hospitalised.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday called for sanctions relief during the coronavirus pandemic, telling G20 leaders it was a matter “of life and death”.
The Dutch state must pay compensation to relatives of 11 men executed by colonial troops during Indonesia’s independence war in the late 1940s, judges ruled on Wednesday.
Nine doctors have died in the Philippines from the coronavirus, the country’s top medical association said on Thursday, as hospitals were overwhelmed and medics complained about a lack of protection on the front lines.
Malaysia’s King and Queen are currently under quarantine after seven staff members from the national palace tested positive for coronavirus, reported national news agency Bernama on Thursday.
Two rockets slammed into the Iraqi capital’s high-security Green Zone early on Thursday, hours before US-led forces were set to pull out of a second base in the country.
AN AUSTRALIAN far-right extremist charged with murdering 51 Muslim worshippers in last year’s mass shooting at two New Zealand mosques unexpectedly flipped his plea to guilty on Thursday.
All sides in Yemen’s long conflict offered support on Thursday for the UN’ call for a ceasefire to protect civilians from the coronavirus pandemic.
Prince Charles, the eldest son and heir to Queen Elizabeth II, is showing mild symptoms of the new coronavirus but “otherwise remains in good health”, his office said on Wednesday.