NEW DELHI–Some sobbed quietly in the corner. Others angrily railed against India’s government. And still more Hindus and Muslims alike just sat catatonic with grief as bodies wrapped in white shrouds were wheeled in and out of a hospital mortuary in northeast Delhi.
Feb. 4 — BEIJING — The number of patients infected in China with new coronavirus has reached 20,438, as Hong Kong reported its first death from the disease, authorities said on Tuesday.
A Parliament cigarette is plucked from its retro white and blue pack. It’s placed between the wine-stained lips of a man as he looks off his balcony into the rainy Long Island night. A matching blue lighter catches the end and a white puff of smoke drifts out from under the balcony light into the dark.
HONG KONG – Hong Kong police and protesters hardened their battle lines over the weekend as violent clashes showed no signs of abating, leaving the city bracing for a second week of upheaval that risks disrupting pending elections.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has on Saturday, Oct. 19th threatened to “crush the heads” of Kurdish militia fighters unless they withdraw from north-eastern Syria before a temporary ceasefire brokered by the United States expires.
Macron critizes Turkey’s aggression in Syria as “madness’, bewails NATO inaction.
Suyapa Reyes, an undocumented immigrant from Honduras, had to leave behind everything in her country because of the threat of gang violence. She came to the United States in 2014, but she never thought that life here would still be a struggle.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Authorities in Turkey believe that a Saudi journalist who went missing after entering the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul this week was killed there, a Turkish government source said.
WASHINGTON — Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, announced her resignation Tuesday in a move that President Donald Trump said had been in the works for months, but which caught many White House officials by surprise.
UNITED NATIONS President Donald Trump had barely begun his address to the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday when he claimed his tenure had “accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country,” the kind of over-the-top boast he usually reserves for his campaign rallies.