By Khalid Abdelaziz, Nafisa Eltahir and Aidan Lewis KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Hours before Sudan’s army seized power and dissolved its government, a senior U.S. envoy warned the country’s top general not
KYIV (Reuters) -Residents of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv will have to present vaccine certificates to use restaurants, gyms and public transport from Monday, the city authorities announced on Thursday
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain has no plans to scrap a travel red list country system that requires arrivals to stay in a hotel to quarantine, a spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s new prime minister, Fumio Kishida, faces a tightrope general election on Sunday that could see his ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) lose its majority in the powerful
BEIRUT (Reuters) -A new series of lawsuits filed by Lebanese ex-government officials on Thursday threatened once again to stall an investigation into the devastating Beirut port blast that has faced
By Tom Balmforth and Andrew Osborn MOSCOW (Reuters) -The Russian capital brought in its strictest COVID-19 related lockdown measures in more than a year on Thursday as nationwide one-day pandemic
By Rikako Maruyama and Elaine Lies TOKYO (Reuters) – Momoko Nojo’s campaign for Japan’s upcoming election revolves around social media and T-shirts, but she’s not running for office.
By Robin Emmott BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union’s top diplomat said on Thursday that Moldova was a victim of Russia’s efforts to use natural gas to bully its smaller neighbour, although he did
By Dawit Endeshaw ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – In a crowded Addis Ababa factory, Finoteselam Nigussie’s needle plunges in-and-out of the gauzy white cloth she deftly guides through a sewing machine.