The United States remains the nation worst hit by the pandemic, with 7,065,019 cases and 204,249 deaths, making up more than 20 percent of the global death toll.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas criticized the practice of Israeli occupation supported by "the present U.S. administration," calling for a just solution to the question of Palestine.
The European Union considers the inauguration and new presidential term of Alexander Lukashenko to be lacking democratic legitimacy and is reviewing its ties with Belarus.
Thailand's Immigration Bureau on Wednesday issued a grave warning that foreign tourists who over-stayed and have not renewed their visas will face hefty fines and imprisonment.
The coronavirus pandemic has become a turning point for mankind, comparable to the year 1945 when World War II ended and the UN was established.
Azerbaijan has become the main gas supplier to Turkey. This statement 10 years ago could have caused a skeptical smile from experts and major players in the gas market.
Argentine reported 9,276 cases of COVID-19 and 143 deaths over the past 24 hours, taking its national count to 622,934 cases and 12,799 deaths, the Health Ministry said.
The United States claimed that all pre-2015 UN sanctions against Iran had been restored, a unilateral effort ignored by the international community.
"The Secretary expressed appreciation for Lithuania’s leadership in ensuring the independence and territorial integrity of Belarus and the democratic rights of its people,"
The Venezuelan regime led by Nicolas Maduro has committed “egregious violations” since 2014 “amounting to crimes against humanity,” a United Nations report says.
"Tensions have escalated in the past two weeks," David Tonoyan said. "We informed the co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk group about the situation."
Israeli warplanes at the dawn of Wednesday attacked military sites belonging to Hamas and the Islamic Jihad in the Gaza Strip, in response to rockets fired from the coastal enclave into Israeli towns.