Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday became the country’s first prime minister to be indicted in office, on corruption charges, but defiantly condemned the “coup” against him and vowed to hold onto power.
President Donald Trump on Thursday accused Iran of blocking the internet to cover up “death and tragedy” while the powerful Revolutionary Guards suggested that a wave of street protests is now over.
Dozens of Hong Kong protesters escaped a two-day police siege at a campus late Monday by shimmying down a rope from a bridge to awaiting motorbikes in a dramatic and perilous breakout that followed a renewed warning by Beijing of a possible intervention to end the crisis engulfing the city.
Pro-democracy demonstrators holed up in a Hong Kong university campus set the main entrance ablaze Monday to prevent surrounding police moving in, after officers warned they may use live rounds if confronted by deadly weapons.
Brazil staged a remarkable comeback for the second time in a week on Sunday to beat Mexico 2-1 in front of their own fans and win the Under-17 World Cup for a fourth time.
Chile’s footballers have refused to play in next week’s friendly against Peru due to the weeks-long crisis in their country, the football association (ANFP) said in a statement on Wednesday.
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger returned to football on Wednesday after being named FIFA’s chief of global football development, ending any chance of a move to managerless Bayern Munich.
The Super Eagles came from behind to win the encounter after conceding an early goal in the 3rd minute of the encounter.
Zimbabwe’s much-anticipated new banknotes eventually reached banks on Tuesday after a delay that saw many waiting in long queues for cash.
A school in India has apologized after photos emerged of students wearing cardboard boxes on their heads during an exam to discourage cheating.