The unjust blockade on Qatar, imposed nearly three years ago, helped boost the country’s efforts to become sustainable and well-prepared to fight another crisis – the novel coronavirus ...
As part of Qatar Museum’s annual cultural exchange programme, the Qatar-France Year of Culture 2020 has focused on the growing relationship between the two nations, with a series of exhibitions ...
Railway workers, teachers and emergency room medics launched one of the biggest public sector strikes in France for decades on Thursday, determined to force President Emmanuel Macron ...
Indian police fought street battles in New Delhi on Monday with thousands of students who stepped up protests over fee increases at one of the country's top universities.
Cooler temperatures and lighter wind trapped heavy smog over the Indian capital on Wednesday, pushing pollution to ‘severe’ levels in many places with no immediate relief in sight, government agencies said.
Embattled British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called for unity on Sunday after the left-leaning party's annual conference exposed splits over its Brexit policy and the role of Corbyn's deputy.
China on Thursday granted 5G commercial licences to four domestic companies, as it races to be a global leader in advanced wireless networks amid fierce rivalry from the United States.
Europeans headed to the polls in their tens of millions Sunday to choose their champions in a looming battle between the nationalist right and pro-EU forces to chart a course for the union.
Three gunmen attacked a luxury hotel in Pakistan's southwestern port city of Gwadar on Saturday, killing at least one guard and battling security forces from inside the building, security officials and the army said.
In a win for Netflix, Amazon and other internet streaming services, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has voted not to change its rules for winning an Oscar, Hollywood's top prize.