Tribunal president Salvador Romero told reporters that Bolivian and international experts had advised the body that the country's uncontrolled spread of the novel coronavirus made holding the election in September unfeasible.
By Robert Burns, Associated Press
The United States accused Russia on Thursday of conducting a test of an anti-satellite weapon in space, asserting that it exposed Moscow's intent to deploy weapons that threaten U.S. and allied satellites.
By Associated Press
The death likely will raise awareness of COVID-19 in the East African country where health officials have been saying many people don’t take the disease seriously.
By Samuel McNeil, Aniruddha Ghosal, Associated Press
China launched its most ambitious Mars mission yet on Thursday in a bold attempt to join the United States in successfully landing a spacecraft on the red planet.
The Trump administration has ordered China to close its Houston consulate -- the latest action in an escalating fight between the two countries. The State Department cited concerns about espionage and intellectual property theft as justification for the move. Nick…
By Ken Moritsugu, Matthew Lee, Associated Press
The United States has ordered China to close its consulate in Houston in the latest escalation of tensions between the world's largest economies.
By Cara Anna, Associated Press
A new snapshot of the frantic global response to the coronavirus pandemic shows some of the world’s largest government donors of humanitarian aid are buckling under the strain.
By Associated Press
China strongly condemned the move, the latest in a series of steps by the Trump administration as it ratchets up pressure on the world's second-largest economy over trade, technology, human rights and security.
As the coronavirus pandemic tears across the globe, the toll exacted in lives lost and ruined grows by the day. But for those already in need, especially the hungry and the starving, COVID-19 is accelerating their nightmares. David Beasley, executive…
By Emily Schmall, Aniruddha Ghosal, Associated Press
A new study indicates that far more people have been infected with the coronavirus in India's capital region than official figures show. The National Center for Disease Control says it tested more than 21,000 people selected randomly across Delhi.
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