Spain's former king, Juan Carlos I, has decided to leave the country to protect the monarchy after several corruption allegations surfaced against him.
On Monday, the-scandal hit Juan Carlos announced his decision in a letter to his son and current king,
Russia has manufactured the first batch of its new vaccine for Covid-19, the health ministry said on Saturday. It is called Sputnik V, named after the world's first satellite launched by the Soviet Union.
The news comes days after renowned international
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is in intensive care after a suspected poisoning, his spokeswoman Kira Yarmysh said in a series of tweets on Thursday.
Navalny, 44, started feeling sick while on a return flight to Moscow from the Siberian city
German Minister of Food and Agriculture Julia Klockner proposed new legislation last week to require dog owners to take their furry friends twice a day.
"Pets are not cuddly toys, and their needs shall also be also taken into account," Klockner
A polar bear has killed a 38-year-old Dutch national at a campsite in the Norwegian Arctic Svalbard islands early on Friday, local authorities said, adding that it is the first such deadly incident since 2011.
The bear attacked the man in
A Tel Aviv court sentenced Israeli top model Bar Refaeli on Sunday to nine months of community service in a tax evasion case. Her mother, Zipi Refaeli, was sentenced to 16 months in prison.
The trial against the once-beloved national icon
The British government will issue fines of as much as GBP 10,000 ( USD 13,000) for people who break coronavirus self-isolation rules, in an attempt to mitigate the increased number of positive cases across the country.
The new rule enters into
Finland has deployed four Covid-19 sniffer dogs at Helsinki airport in a government-funded trial to provide a cheaper and effective alternative method of testing people for the novel virus.
According to Anna Hielm-Bjorkman of the University of Helsinki, a dog can
In an announcement by the Justice Department on Wednesday, two nationals of Britain, who had joined the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), are being charged for their role in the torture and killings of various western hostages, some
The police identified the man who beheaded the French history teacher Samuel Paty, 47, in the suburbs of Paris on Friday afternoon, as an 18-year-old Chechen refugee unknown to intelligence services.
The Moscow-born Abdullakh Anzorov arrived in France as a refugee
California's attorney general Xavier Becerra and local and state watchdogs are investigating whether Amazon has taken all the necessary safety measures to protect its workers from the coronavirus pandemic, a court filing revealed.
Chiyomi Brent, a picker in an Amazon grocery
McDonald's filed a lawsuit on Monday against its former CEO, Steve Easterbrook, over allegations that he lied to the board about the extend of his relationship with subordinates.
According to the court filings, Easterbrook misled investigators about engaging in sexual