Hopes grow of a potential vaccine for the novel coronavirus after two trials, each by British and Chinese researchers, showed most volunteers had developed widespread antibody immune response.
According to the indictment, socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, who lived for years with late Jeffrey Epstein and was his frequent companion on trips around the world, facilitated his crimes and on some occasions joined him in sexually abusing girls.
Hydroxychloroquine has long been used for malaria, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis but is not proven to be safe or effective for preventing or treating coronavirus infection.
The late monarch’s shadow looms as Oman prepares to navigate the uncertainties of the post-Qaboos era.
Ai-Da - named after Ada Lovelace, the English mathematician and writer often called the world's first computer coder - is able to draw creatively thanks to in-built artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
Clashes between supporters of the ruling party and opposition and the use of force by the police resulted in the deaths of at least 18 people on election day.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is poised to win fourth term in Sunday's contest, but press freedom continues to be curtailed and the opposition leaders are jailed on whimsical grounds.
The claim by the Israeli government that it has just found tunnels inside its territory is about internal politics rather than security. Israel's tunnel vision is about Netanyahu as much as it is about Hezbollah
Oxford Dictionaries has chosen 'toxic' as its Word of the Year 2018: toxic air, toxic waste, toxic masculinity, and of course toxic politicians. It beat out words like 'gaslighting,' 'techlash' and 'incel,' i.e. can't get a date and don't know why.
Turkish government aims to incentivise investors by reducing the investment threshold for high net worth individuals seeking citizenship.
Trinidad-born British author and Nobel laureate whose celebrated writing and provocative personality drew admiration and revulsion in equal measures, died at his London home, his family says.
Bannister clocked 3 minutes, 59.4 seconds over four laps at Oxford's Iffley Road track on May 6, 1954, to break the 4-minute mile — a test of speed and endurance that is one of the defining sporting achievements of the 20th century.
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