Amer Snobar, an 18-year-old Palestenian, died early Sunday after being pursued by Israeli troops in the West Bank, however, the circumstances surrounding his death are still being debated.
Senior Women for Climate Protection have sued the Swiss government at Europe’s top rights court for failing to protect them from the increasingly intense heat waves.
The Brazilian government will extend the military’s deployment to fight the destruction of the Amazon rainforest by five months through April 2021 from its previous November end date.
Bangladeshis hold mass protests in Dhaka calling for the boycott of French goods after President Emmanuel Macron made comments supporting the republication of caricatures of Prophet Muhammad.
Vietnamese authorities have announced they are preparing to evacuate 1.2 million people as typhoon Molave approaches which is expected to reach category 2 before making landfall.
Semiconductor designer Advanced Micro Devices announced on Tuesday morning it would buy Xilinx in a $35 billion all-stock agreement, intensifying its battle with Intel in the data center chip market.
The Bureau of Immigration in the Philippines has ordered nearly 3,000 Chinese nationals to leave the country for overstaying and infringing the conditions of their visas, a top immigration official announced on Tuesday.
The Argentinean government announced on Tuesday morning it will open the country’s borders to welcome tourists from neighboring nations this summer, in a time when Argentina passed 1 million of confirmed COVID-19 infections.
Authorities have detained Tony Chung, a Hong Kong activist, while he was attempting to seek asylum at the US consulate.
French authorities called for an evacuation at the Arc de Triomphe monument after a bomb threat was issued after police found a bag “likely to contain explosives” in Champ de Mars.