Leaders of the world’s most powerful nations have wrapped up the Group of 20 summit, vowing to spare no effort to protect lives and expressing their determination to ensure affordable access to COVID-19 vaccines for all people.
Hundreds of protesters have broken into Guatemala’s Congress and burned part of the building amid growing demonstrations against President Alejandro Giammattei and the legislature for approving a budget that cut educational and health spending.
Officials say British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is self-isolating after being told he came into contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus.
Peru’s interim president announced his resignation Sunday as the nation plunged into its worst constitutional crisis in two decades following massive protests unleashed when Congress ousted the nation’s popular leader.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he discussed “global challenges” with a handful of members of a Paris think tank at the start of a seven-country tour of Europe and the Middle East.
More than a quarter million Danes have gone into lockdown in a northern region of the country where a mutated variation of the coronavirus has infected minks being farmed for their fur, leading to an order to kill millions of the animals.
World leaders swiftly congratulated U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on his victory and have cheered it as an opportunity to fortify global democracy.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that the government is putting all of England under a monthlong lockdown next week after being warned that a resurgent coronavirus outbreak will overwhelm hospitals in weeks without tough action.
Russia currently has the world’s fourth-largest coronavirus caseload.
Soldiers and police in Mexico have seized an industrial-scale meth and fentanyl lab that was so big it startled investigators.
For the third time this month, Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed to implement and abide by a ceasefire, according to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Italy’s leader has imposed at least a month of new restrictions to fight rising coronavirus infections, shutting down gyms, pools and movie theaters and putting an early curfew on cafes and restaurants.
Confirmed coronavirus infections are continuing to soar in many parts of the U.S. and Europe. So has anger over the restrictions governments put in place to try to stem the tide and avoid overwhelming hospitals.
Colombia reached 1 million confirmed coronavirus cases on Saturday, becoming the second country in Latin America to report that number in less than a week.
All non-essential retail, leisure, hospitality and tourism businesses in Wales will close for two weeks beginning Oct. 23 — a lockdown similar in scope to the U.K.-wide measures imposed in March.
A dog in Ireland was seen donning a mask while out on a stroll with its owner.
Record daily COVID-19 infection figures in Germany, the Czech Republic, Italy and Poland are adding to fears that Europe is running out of chances to contain the pandemic.
Millions of people in northern England are waiting to hear whether they will be put under tighter coronavirus restrictions in the coming days.
From the very moment the pandemic reached America’s shores, the country was unprepared.
With Russia’s mediation, Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed to a cease-fire in Nagorno-Karabakh (also known as Artsakh) starting at noon Saturday following two weeks of heavy fighting that marked the worst outbreak of hostilities in the separatist region in a quarter-century.