At least 45 people, including 12 children, have been killed in a fiery bus crash on a highway in western Bulgaria.
US President Joe Biden intends to run for re-election in 2024, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters on Monday.
Austria has become the first country in western Europe to reimpose lockdown since vaccines were rolled out, and the Government will make vaccination compulsory from February next year.
Victoria has recorded another 19 deaths from Covid-19 and 827 new cases, while the state still hasn't officially hit its 90 percent full vaccination milestone.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was briefly left lost for words during a speech before making car noises and regaling business leaders with an anecdote about his recent visit to a Peppa Pig theme park.
Australia will allow foreign visa holders to enter the country from the start of December, Prime Minister Scott Morrison says, the latest step to restart international travel and support its economy.
Five people have died and more than 40 injured after a speeding SUV ploughed through a Christmas parade in the US state of Wisconsin.
Australia will probably avoid the new burst of coronavirus cases that are enveloping Europe, although problems could arise entering winter next year.
German politicians are debating making Covid-19 vaccinations compulsory for citizens in light of soaring infections and low inoculation rates.
Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai, whose whereabouts have been a matter of international concern for weeks, attended a tennis tournament in Beijing on Sunday, according to official photos published by...
Victoria has recorded 1275 new locally acquired Covid-19 infections along with four virus-related deaths.
A jury acquitted teenager Kyle Rittenhouse on Friday of murder in the fatal shooting of two men during racial justice protests in a decision that ignited fierce debate about gun rights and the...
The first known Covid-19 case was a market vendor in the Chinese city of Wuhan, according to a US study.
Victoria's daily Covid-19 numbers have jumped by more than 200 infections, as the premier slams Prime Minister Scott Morrison for "double speaking to extremists".
A crew member working on the Western 'Rust' says in a lawsuit that the script never called for a gun to be fired during a scene Alec Baldwin was rehearsing when he killed a cinematographer.
Victorians will be allowed back on dancefloors as almost all remaining Covid-19 restrictions are scrapped from midnight, in the state's race towards 90 percent full vaccination.
The Queen has been pictured standing and smiling at her first in person public engagement since spending a night in hospital.
The death toll from massive floods and landslides in British Columbia is set to rise, with the Canadian province declaring a state of emergency and the federal government promising major help.