By Stephen Jewkes MILAN (Reuters) – Italy will take legal action and step up pressure in Brussels against Pfizer Inc and AstraZeneca over delays in deliveries of COVID-19 vaccines with a view to
THE HAGUE (Reuters) – The International Criminal Court on Sunday said it had taken into custody a former Central African Republic commander of the “Seleka” faction suspected of war crimes and crimes
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S.
By Gabriel Stargardter RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – Meggy Fernandes voted for Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil’s 2018 presidential election, attracted by the far-right former army captain’s promise to shake up
By Geert De Clercq PARIS (Reuters) – France probably needs to move into a third lockdown, perhaps as early as the February school holidays, because of the circulation of new variants of the virus, the
BOGOTA (Reuters) – Colombia’s FARC political party – which was formed following the demobilization of the guerrilla group with the same acronym – will change its name to Comunes, it said on Sunday.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Rioters looted stores, set fires and clashed with police in several Dutch cities on Sunday, resulting in more than 240 arrests, police and Dutch media reported.
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia will spend A$1 billion ($770 million) developing new naval weaponry capabilities, including long-range missiles and torpedoes, the federal government said on Monday, part
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain will team up with Egypt, Bangladesh, Malawi, Saint Lucia and the Netherlands to help communities around the world that are threatened by climate change to adapt and build