On Thursday, the World Health Organisation (WHO) stated that as many as 205 people have been killed and 913 more injured since the beginning of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar's Libyan National Army (LNA) offensive on Tripoli.
The highly anticipated second meeting between US President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un in Hanoi ended abruptly earlier this year without agreement after Washington refused to offer North Korea any relief from its economic sanctions while pushing for the country’s complete nuclear disarmament.
Ivory Coast, otherwise known as Cote d'Ivoire, supplies nearly a third of the world's cocoa, and local farmers seemingly paid tribute to the industry by presenting Ivanka with a chocolate portrait.
The development comes after the Japanese Air Self-Defence Force (JASDF) confirmed on Wednesday that the around-the-clock search for its missing F-35A plane and highly experienced pilot Major Akinori Hosomi is still underway.
The Earth’s magnetic field is weakening and some scientists warn that solar rays could erode it even further.
The devastating fire broke out at Notre Dame de Paris on 15 April, causing the collapse of the cathedral's spire and two-thirds of its roof. President Emmanuel Macron has described the inferno as a "terrible tragedy" and promised to rebuild the 850-year-old cathedral within five years.
The martial artist ended up in her predicament after she started experiencing back pain while training for an upcoming bout and, following a medical examination, had to undergo a surgery to address the cause of her suffering.
French Rafale aircraft will be pitted against Indian-owned, Russian and Soviet-made MiGs atop a Russian-made aircraft carrier. The event constitutes part of the expanding strategic partnership between the two countries to counter China’s footprint in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR).