Chief prosecutor sheds light on Moscow’s recent efforts to control the messages that Russians receive about the coronavirus pandemic.
The 12-year-old malware is still dangerous, sporting advanced evasion techniques.
Ali Kushayb, a former militia leader, appeared at the International Criminal Court after more than a decade evading charges of war crimes against humanity. Some Darfuris say Kushayb’s arrest is a sign that justice — long-elusive — could be on the horiz…
The United Arab Emirates can work with Israel on some areas, including fighting the new coronavirus and on technology, while still having political differences with the state, a senior official said on Tuesday.
As the militaries of India and China make efforts to disengage from the standoff points to defuse the tension prevailing for nearly two months on the border in eastern Ladakh, over 1,600 workers are on their way to Leh to rejoin the construction projec…
Oracle missed revenue expectations for the quarter, noting that customers in industries hit hard by the coronavirus are postponing purchases.
Last month, President Trump announced that the United States would withdraw from the 1992 Open Skies Treaty (OST). The OST allows for members — the United States, Canada, Russia, and various European countries — to conduct unarmed surveillance flights in each others’ air space. The treaty was designed to enhance mutual understanding, build confidence, and…
Arctic watchers fear 150,000 barrels of diesel oil from a ruptured fuel tank at a Russian nickel mine will spill into the Arctic Ocean, as clean-up efforts falter.
India says 20 of its troops are dead after a confrontation with Chinese soldiers on the two countries’ disputed border, high in the Himalayas. It was the first deadly clash there in decades.
The current wave of the U.S. protests bringing down Confederate monuments has echoes in African social movements toppling statues of colonial rulers.