Here's the latest on the pandemic from around the world overnight.
Spectators at the opening ceremony will be capped at 20,000.
Here's the latest on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Armed assailants struck during the night on Friday, killing residents and burning homes.
Killer drones deciding on their own who lives and who dies might sound like a sci-fi dystopia, but it is already happening.
The army and a local civil rights group blamed the Allied Democratic Forces.
Here's the latest from around the world overnight.
The country has officially reported relatively few cases and deaths, but the virus has rippled through the corridors of power.
Germany ruled Namibia from 1884 until it lost the colony during World War One.
He was one of 8000 migrants who swam or climbed over a border fence into Ceuta this week.
Here are the latest developments.
"It is like crop rotation in farming... my duty is to satisfy my wives. I know each of them personally and I satisfy them accordingly."
Here's the latest on the pandemic from around the world.
The country faces an alarming level of food insecurity with the likelihood of further deterioration.
About 30 percent of the world's shipping container volume moves through the Suez Canal daily.
The blockage may have serious consequences for global trade, but the internet has brought some levity to the situation.
A marine tracking website has confirmed the data is accurate.
He's made a complete nincompoop of himself, writes Duncan Garner.
It was the second kidnapping in little over a week.
Her factory has recycled 20 tonnes of waste plastic since 2017