The Pentagon expects to be down to 8,600 U.S. troops in Afghanistan in 135 days.
Georgia’s Orthodox Christians will go to church on Easter and drink wine from a communal spoon, tempting coronavirus
Orthodox Christians in the former Soviet nation will continue to gather for worship. The government and clergy have agreed to keep churches open for the holiday, which critics say will spread disease. Some bishops argue that church attendance can heal.
The money is aimed at helping countries limit the spread of coronavirus and bolster their economies in its wake.
Chinese medical aid arrived in Italy, which has been hard hit by COVID-19, in March.
Pakistani court overturns murder conviction of accused Daniel Pearl killer—and government quickly re-arrests him
The Sindh govermnent invoked a public order law to prevent Ahmed Omar Saeed Shaikh and his three co-defendants from walking free while prosecutors appeal the surprising acquittals to the nation’s Supreme Court.
Ben Schiffer and his wife Rebecca Starr found themselves stranded in Australia with no flight, no job and no idea what to do next. Schiffer, assistant head of rigging for Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios, had been touring with the company for five years straight. As the entertainment industry faces the cost of the coronavirus crisis, […]
Lower fees for consumers and new options for electronic banking could help Japan’s banks cope with fallout from COVID-19.
China is sending medical aid to Morocco to help combat the virus, which has also disrupted trade between the two nations
Iwo Jima battle still holds secrets 75 years later amid 7,000 Marines buried near its black sand beaches
The few surviving veterans of the 1945 island battle talk of vicious fighting that left nearly 7,000 U.S. Marines dead. Half of the six men depicted in an iconic flag-raising moment died there.