Governments worldwide are scrambling to shore up their defenses against African swine fever as the disease spills over China's borders.
Facing renewed threats to their land, cultures and livelihoods, Brazil’s indigenous Amazon tribes are using social media, drones and other tech to get their message out.
Reaching a truce in their trade war, the US and China have signed a deal that will see a rollback of some US tariffs and require China to boost purchases of key products.
According to a German magazine, police have conducted raids across Germany and in Brussels as part of an investigation into alleged spying by China.
Ahead of a visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping next spring, Japanese Defense Minister Taro Kono has urged Beijing to adhere to international norms of maritime security.
A day after being removed from the US Treasury Department’s currency manipulator list, China says it never engaged in the practice.
The Gambian government has tweeted that the World Court will rule Jan. 23 on its request that emergency measures be taken against Myanmar in the Rohingya genocide case.
A court in Pakistan has overturned ex-president Pervez Musharraf’s death sentence, saying the special tribunal that handed it down was unconstitutional.
The US Treasury said it no longer considers China to be a currency manipulator, days before the two countries are due to sign a trade agreement.
Canberra has committed 50 million Australian dollars to a wildlife recovery program as koalas, rock wallabies and other species face an extinction threat from bushfires.
Iranian president apologizes to Ukrainian leader for the accidental shooting down of a Ukrainian airliner by Iran’s military.
Tehran denies US reports that Ukrainian airliner was accidentally shot down by Iranian missile.
Ousted former Thai PMs Thaksin and Yingluck Shinawatra appear at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to promote new DNA nutrition app.
The International Astronomical Union has accepted Myanmar’s nominations of Ayeyarwady and Bagan as the new names of a sun and planet located 553 light-years from Earth.
US President Donald Trump warns Tehran of tougher sanctions following Iranian missile strikes on US forces in Iraq, but says no military action planned.