A seven year-old girl has died after being shot at her home in Myanmar by security forces, staff at a funeral service have said.
Spain is hopeful the number of foreign tourists returning to the mainland and its islands can rebound this year to half pre-pandemic levels.
Fatal heatwaves could affect hundreds of millions of people as global temperatures rise, a new study estimates.
Israelis are at the polls again as the country holds its fourth parliamentary election in two years.
Hundreds of spiders have been filmed crawling into a family's garage to escape the heavy rain and floodwater in New South Wales, Australia.
Four Kenyan policemen will stand trial for murder after a judge ruled they have a case to answer in the death of British aristocrat Alex Monson.
A US special forces veteran and his son have been formally charged with illegally helping former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn flee Japan.
The Prince of Wales is to deliver a post Brexit message of friendship to the people of Greece, describing the ties with the UK as "strong and vital".
COVID-19: AstraZeneca denies ‘stockpile’ claims, saying 29m vaccine doses found in factory are for...
AstraZeneca has hit back after claims of a stockpile of 29 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine at a factory near Rome, saying the jabs are for the EU and developing countries.
Germany's lockdown restrictions have been extended for almost another month as the country faces a rising rate of coronavirus infections.