Israel signed agreements to normalize diplomatic ties with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain at the White House on Tuesday.
While U.S. Federal Reserve has adopted a new policy strategy on inflation, the central bank is unlikely to provide new forward guidance on short-term interest rates at its meeting this week, economists have said.
The outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Cabinet resigned en masse Wednesday morning, marking an end to Abe's record-long tenure of nearly eight years.
Josep Borrell, the European Union (EU) high representative for foreign affairs and security policy, warned on Tuesday that EU's relations with Turkey were at a watershed moment in history.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro dismissed on Tuesday the possibility of the implementation of the government program Renda Brasil, an initiative that would have replaced the Bolsa Familia resource transfer program which grants a monthly stipend to low-income families.
TikTok said Monday that it has submitted a proposal to the U.S. Treasury Department about the future of its operation in the United States, while U.S. company Oracle confirmed itself to be a "technology partner" with the video-sharing platform.
Aerial view of scenic paddy fields in Indian-controlled Kashmir
Barilovic Elementary School arranges more classes in open air for students
Xinhua photos of the day
Over 3 million students return to school as new academic year begins in Syria
China stands in solidarity with Zimbabwe in battle against COVID-19
New York commemorates Sept. 11 terror attacks amid pandemic
Chinese retail sales grow amid signs of wider economic recovery: media
UN chief calls for int'l solidarity to find vaccine accessible to all
Security, stability in Eastern Mediterranean an EU issue: EU's Michel
Nearly 550,000 children in U.S. test positive for COVID-19
Apple unveils new Apple Watch, iPad products, subscription plan