Bulgaria will help Croatia with 100,000 euros after the devastating earthquake.
Ten people were hurt, one of them critically, and 21 people remained unaccounted for after a landslide in southern Norway swept away more than a dozen buildings in the early hours of Wednesday, police said.
Israeli officials said on Wednesday that plans to create a “green” Covid-19 passport would soon be implemented as Israel gears up to begin mass vaccinations.
As of today, Turkey is introducing a mandatory PCR test for those arriving in the country.
The world’s 10 costliest weather disasters of 2020 reached insured damages worth $150bn, claimed at least 3,500 lives and displaced more than 13.
US President Donald Trump has pardoned his former campaign manager Paul Manafort, ex-adviser Roger Stone and the father of Mr Trump's son-in-law.
Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated world’s largest and first of its kind Renewable Energy Park on 15 December 2020 in Khavda, Gujarat.
Dozens of West Point cadets have cheated in one of the biggest exam scandals to hit the elite US military academy in decades, officials say.
President-elect Joe Biden on Monday received a Covid-19 vaccine in a live televised appearance, the latest figure to get the shot publicly as a way of boosting confidence in its safety and effectiveness.
The UK plunged into Christmas chaos with police deployed to stop people boarding packed trains, holidays abroad scrapped and Europe banning travel with the country after London went into an emergency lockdown.
British Health Secretary Matt Hancock on Sunday raised the prospect that London could be under lockdown for months as he has warned it will be "very difficult" to keep a virulent new strain of the coronavirus under control until vaccinations are rolled ou
The US energy department is the latest agency to confirm it has been breached in what is being described as the worst-ever hack on the US government.
Security forces on Thursday rescued nearly 350 schoolboys who had been kidnapped by suspected Islamist gunmen in northern Nigeria and taken into a vast forest, the governor of Katsina state said.
Swedes are rapidly losing faith in their country’s response to the pandemic, with even the King delivering a rare rebuke to those in charge.
Macron was tested for Covid-19 after symptoms first appeared.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Wednesday evening to discuss Brexit.
Australia's second-largest city has welcomed its first international passenger flight in five months - an arrival that will test the state of Victoria's revamped hotel quarantine system.
New Zealand: No Active COVID-19 Cases
Emergency Epidemic Situation in Bulgaria will be Prolonged