While the Zika virus is spreading explosively in the Americas, rumors about the virus and microcephaly are also swirling.
While the Zika virus is spreading explosively in the Americas, where an increasing number of microcephaly cases are being reported, rumors about the virus and microcephaly are also swirling.
The International Monetary Fund on Friday announced that it selected Christine Lagarde to serve as its leader for a second five-year term.
British Prime Minister David Cameron arrives at a two-day European Union summit at EU headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, Feb. 18, 2016.
The Singapore Airshow has kicked off with over 1000 airliners from 50 countries attending the event, showing off the latest models and technologies.
East African citizens will from March this year be able to access the East African Community (EAC) e-passports that will help ease their movement in the trading bloc, a senior official said on Tuesday.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Tuesday said that Seoul will take "stronger and more effective" measures to create an environment forcing change in Pyongyang.
Military forces from 20 countries will arrive in the next few hours in Saudi Arabia for a military maneuver, reported Saudi Press Agency Sunday.
U.S. President Barack Obama on Sunday urged Russia to play a constructive role in Syria by halting its air campaign against so-called Syria's moderate opposition forces.
The Finnish government is drafting stricter policies on family unification, a move that is expected to control migrant influx but has also aroused concern among Finnish nationals who married a spouse of non-EU origin.
China will not follow the US in imposing unilateral sanctions on North Korea, and the possible deployment of an advanced US missile defense system in South Korea will only complicate the security situation in the Asia-Pacific region, observers said.
In a historic announcement, scientists said Thursday they have for the first time directly detected the existence of gravitational waves, which were predicted 100 years ago by Albert Einstein's theory of general relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics.
British Prime Minister David Cameron visited Denmark on Friday to seek support for keeping Britain in the European Union.
Myanmar government has provided relief supplies and cash assistance to two huge fire-hit areas in Shan State and Ayeyawaddy region in Myanmar, official media reported Saturday.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange called on Britain and Sweden to let him freely leave London after a UN panel ruled he had been arbitrarily detained.
Recently, an ethnic Chinese in Houston fought against five robbers and killed one after getting attacked near his house, people.cn reported.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has a 20-point edge over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire as she struggles to win over Sanders' home turf support, a new poll said on Thursday.