Azerbaijan’s health ministry says a total of 192 Azerbaijani troops were killed and over 500 were wounded during its offensive in Nagorno-Karabakh last week.
Iran is claiming that it has successfully put an imaging satellite into space. The state-run IRNA news agency is quoting the country’s communication minister and says the Noor-3 satellite had been put in an orbit 450 kilometers, or 280 miles, above the Earth’s surface.
The German government has banned a far-right, racist group known for its indoctrination of children.
A senior Qatar Airways executive has told an Australian Senate inquiry that there would be no repeat of an incident at Doha’s international airport in 2020 in which female passengers were subjected to invasive gynecological examinations.
China’s government has accused Taiwan’s ruling party of seeking independence, a day after the self-governing island’s president lobbied for Australia’s support in joining a regional trade pact.
The urgency for Southeast Asian nations to switch to clean energy to combat climate change is breathing new life into a 20-year-old plan for the region to share power.
Poland’s hard-right Confederation party has been growing in popularity, especially among young men fed up with the political establishment.
Alabama lawmakers have voted to move forward with the construction of a new Statehouse to replace their current building, which is plagued with mold and other problems.
Counting upwards in chant, bereaved families marched through Mexico City in remembrance of 43 students abducted by the government nine years ago.
The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum has obtained an original 1858 photograph of the future president with an interesting backstory.
The Biden administration has suspended most non-humanitarian aid to Gabon after a military takeover in the country last month that was at least the second this year in an African nation.
An Alaska man facing murder charges in state court has now also been indicted on federal charges of cyberstalking and threatening a sheriff in Florida who had spoken out against antisemitic activity.
Former House Speaker Paul Ryan says that Republicans will lose the presidential election if Donald Trump is the nominee and that he expects hard-right followers of Trump to force a government shutdown within days.
Voters in one Mississippi county are waiting extra days for access to absentee ballots because a candidate dropped out last week and his party named someone to take his place.
A suspended New York City police officer who had been accused of spying for China — and later cleared — is fighting to be reinstated.
A fire that raced through a hall hosting a Christian wedding in northern Iraq has killed more than 100 people and injured 150 others, and authorities warn the death toll could rise.
The National Park Service has turned to the public to help decide whether the famous wild horses in North Dakota’s Theodore Roosevelt National Park should stay or go.
Nearly all the world’s on stage, and all the men and but 20 women merely players. That’s what a less inspired Shakespeare might have written about this year’s U.N.
Connecticut lawmakers have approved $150,000 for an election monitor for Bridgeport. The decision comes after the race for mayor in Connecticut’s largest city has been tainted by possible fraud.
Togo’s foreign minister wasn’t having any of it. He talked of a resolve to “fight our own battles” and a refusal to be relegated to the children’s table.
A Michigan Republican who is accused of taking part in a fake elector scheme filed a motion Tuesday asking for eight criminal charges to be dismissed after the state Attorney General Dana Nessel said the group had been “brainwashed” and legit believe” that former President Donald Trump had won the 2
University of Wisconsin System leaders have chosen a Minnesota State University, Mankato official who specializes in student success as the next chancellor at UW-Parkside.
Cuba’s ambassador to the United States says an incident in which at least one incendiary device was thrown into the Cuban embassy compound was a “terrorist attack.”
Lawyers representing Black voters told a three-judge federal panel that Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis violated the U.S.
The Oklahoma City Council has set a citywide vote for Dec. 12 on a proposed 1% sales tax for six years to help fund a new $900 million downtown arena for the NBA’s Thunder.
North Carolina’s elected insurance commissioner will soon be prevented from holding the dual role of state fire marshal.
Herschel Walker’s wife is seeking to sell the Atlanta house that the football great listed as his residence when he ran for U.S. Senate last year as a Republican.
Maine’s public utility regulators have approved an extension of an energy assistance program that is expected to help tens of thousands of low-income state residents while potential cuts to federal assistance loom.
The Vatican’s top diplomat is urging world leaders to put a pause on lethal autonomous weapons systems for long enough to negotiate a legally binding agreement on them.
Landmark net neutrality rules rescinded under former President Donald Trump could return under a new push by U.S.