The Argentine sports icon had an illustrious career playing for Napoli, Barcelona, and Boca Juniors, but he is perhaps most revered for his triumphant 1986 World Cup performance. On Wednesday, the legend died as a result of a cardiac arrest.
Any mention of the prosecution of Julian Assange has been removed from the EU's latest report on fundamental rights, despite the best efforts of MEPs such as Ireland's Clare Daly.
An armed conflict between Ethiopia’s government and the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) started earlier in November after the government accused Tigray forces of conducting an attack on a military base in the region.
Earlier this month, the football legend successfully underwent emergency brain surgery to remove a blood clot due to a subdural hematoma.
On Wednesday, Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer announced a pay freeze for millions of public sector workers and major cuts to foreign aid amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2019, at least six tankers suffered non-critical damage to their hulls as a result of explosions of unknown origin while sailing through the Gulf of Oman. Although an investigation into one of the incidents by the UAE concluded that it had been carried out by a state actor, it fell short of naming which one.
The British economy is expected to shrink by 11.3 percent this year and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to claim lives in the UK. So bleak is the picture that an eight-year-old boy wrote to Boris Johnson and asked him if Christmas was cancelled this year.
The global death toll from the coronavirus has reached 1.4 million, while the total number of cases is close to 60 million, according to Johns Hopkins University.