From the presidential inauguration in protest-hit Belarus to demonstrations against Julian Assange's extradition to the United States, from a bodybuilding championship in Russia to an NFL football game in the United States, from floods in India to storms in Greece - this past week can hardly be called uneventful.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way people live in many countries. Wearing masks, social distancing.... These rules are already ingrained and, in many places, have become the 'new normal'. Have a look at pictures from different countries in our photo gallery.
The annual debate was held this year under the unprecedented circumstances created by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, due to which most of the head of states' addresses had to be pre-recorded.
The 2020 November elections in the United States are just six weeks away - in fact, early voting has already begun. The vote will decide who will be at the helm of the US - incumbent President Donald Trump, who will try to retain the position, or his Democratic rival Joe Biden, who is vying for the presidency for the third time.
Israel has increased the number of Arab states that have established diplomatic ties with the Jewish state. The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have become the third and the fourth Arab nations to normalise ties with Israel after Jordan in 1994 and Egypt in 1979.
The Russian Health Ministry registered the first coronavirus vaccine in the world on 11 August. It was developed jointly by the Gamaleya Research Institute and the Russian Defence Ministry.
US President Donald Trump recently stunned reporters and netizens alike after he refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power in the event that he loses his 2020 reelection bid.
US President Donald Trump has stunned netizens once again after video footage of his Monday night Ohio rally surfaced online and showed him claiming that while COVID-19 mainly affects the elderly, “it virtually affects nobody.”
US President Donald Trump is trashing statements made by his very own Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) director in Senate testimony given Wednesday regarding the anticipated delivery date of a COVID-19 vaccine.
It's a well-known fact that unlike dogs, their four-pawed contestants for human love - cats can't stand water and making them take a bath can become a real headache for owners.
A Coast Guard official said the guy was lucky that he was with somebody who was able to communicate the incident to the Coast Guard, otherwise he would not have been able to be “be with his family in time for the holidays”.
It's a well-known fact that unlike cats, dogs are very good swimmers and won't hesitate to take any opportunity to get their paws wet.