NEW YORK — President Joe Biden said Thursday that the risk of nuclear “Armageddon” is at the highest level since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, as Russian officials speak of the possibility of using tactical nuclear weapons after suffering massive setbacks in the eight-month invasion of Ukraine.
The paper's authors suggest mankind simply cannot help itself when it comes to realpolitik.
An American tourist smashed two ancient Roman sculptures into pieces at the Vatican.
Their mission will see them spending 6 months orbiting high above Earth.
Massive floods in Ghana have killed at least five people and displaced thousands more.
A date has been set for the coronation of King Charles III. Buzz60’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
This adorable red panda cub is being dubbed a ‘miracle baby', residents in Florida are working to save mementos after Hurricane Ian, and more of today's top videos.
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Life in Haiti is extremely difficult, if not downright dysfunctional. But the magnitude of the current paralysis and despair is unprecedented. Political instability has simmered ever since last year’s still-unsolved assassination of Haiti’s president; inflation soaring around 30% has aggrava…
These are the images of the rescue of at least 80 migrants, including 18 children, who’s boat ran aground in stormy seas off the Greek island of Kythira. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
Barcelona’s residents are forming citizen patrols and turning to social media to tackle petty crimes, as the number of tourists - and pickpockets - returned to pre-pandemic levels.
Tens of thousands of Hungarians demonstrated on Wednesday against low pay and poor working conditions for schoolteachers amid worsening staff shortages. The protesters -- many of them teenaged students wearing plaid shirts -- gathered in downtown Budapest, carrying posters that read "We are …
A former police officer shot dead at least 37 people, most of them children, when he stormed a nursery in Thailand on Thursday in one of the kingdom's deadliest mass killings. Following the attack, gunman Panya Khamrab went home and killed his wife and child before taking his own life, police said.
In the hills of northern Morocco, vast cannabis fields are ready for harvest, but farmers complain that a government plan to market the crop legally is yet to deliver them any benefits. The marginalised Rif region has long been a major source of illicit hashish smuggled to Europe while Moroc…
Sometimes there’s nothing more horrifying than hairy tarantulas, but that's not going to stop these Cambodians from eating them.
A Russian rocket strike destroyed a five-storey apartment block in the southern Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia, killing at least three people and leaving other residents trapped under rubble, the regional governor and emergencies service said on Thursday.
This is the moment a Swedish MEP cut her hair in the European Parliament to show solidarity with anti-government protesters in Iran.
North Korea has said it has only been carrying out countermeasures against provocations by the US and its allies.
The British royal spoke at the Royal Surrey County Hospital maternity unit in Guildford, England on Wednesday and she expressed her empathy for new mothers. Deputy director of midwifery at the hospital, Amy Stubbs, recalled the speech in an interview with People. "She just really talked abou…
WNBA star Brittney Griner is at her "absolute weakest moment in life right now," Griner's wife said in an interview aired Thursday.
Things to know today: French writer Annie Ernaux wins Nobel for literature; 35 killed in Thailand childcare shooting; fan offered $2M for Judge's HR ball.
More than 30 people, primarily children, were killed Thursday when a gunman opened fire in a childcare center in Thailand, authorities said.
Here is what to know about the OPEC+ decision and what it could mean for the economy and the oil price cap:
Ukrainian forces help distributes humanitarian aid to a local residents in the recently liberated areas in Kherson.
These senior titles encompass a host of new responsibilities and an increase in royal engagements. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!