Two Russians who said they fled the country to avoid compulsory military service have requested asylum in the U.S. after landing on a remote Alaskan island in the Bering Sea.
The current Ebola outbreak in central Uganda has a "very high" 69% case fatality rate, the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Kristalina Georgieva, the IMF's managing director, said the Russian invasion of Ukraine has dramatically changed the institution's projections on the economy.
The launches suggest North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is determined to continue with weapons tests aimed at boosting his nuclear arsenal.
It was the deadliest mass shooting in the country’s history.
European Union countries have agreed to impose a price cap on Russian oil and other new sanctions after Moscow illegally annexed four regions in Ukraine.
Brazil's election results made it clear the right-wing movement led by President Jair Bolsonaro will remain a force even if he loses a runoff race this month.
Nearly three weeks in, the demonstrations against Iran's religious regime have found their new, courageous leaders: schoolgirls and young women.
“I consider myself completely innocent," journalist Marina Ovsyannikova declared.
"Ukraine has a vastly more capable and larger force than does the country that is more than three times their size," Petraeus told CNBC.