Two Israeli airlines have launched their first commercial flights between Israel and Morocco, less than a year after the countries officially normalized relations.
The Olympics have frequently become a battleground for countries’ territorial claims. This week, amid the opening ceremonies, have been no exception.
Germany is listing Spain and the Netherlands as “high-incidence areas.”.
Lebanon has signed a deal to broker Iraqi fuel sales in hopes of alleviating a crippling financial and energy crisis in the small Mediterranean country.
Majorities in multiple countries oppose the Olympic Games in Japan during a still-uncontrolled pandemic.
India’s government has dismissed a recent study which estimated that the country’s excess deaths during the pandemic could be 10 times the official COVID-19 toll, calling it “misleading” and “fallacious.”.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has defended a deal with the U.S. to allow the completion of a Russian gas pipeline to Europe without the imposition of further American sanctions.
The U.S. says it launched several airstrikes this week in support of Afghan forces fighting the Taliban.
Germany’s Cabinet has approved a roughly 400 million-euro ($472 million) package of immediate aid for flood victims and vowed to get started quickly on rebuilding devastated areas.
Spanish consumers are fretting over record-high power prices just as high summer temperatures are keeping air conditioning and cooling systems operating at full capacity.