Turkey’s currency dropped to an all-time low against the dollar on Thursday.
The Bank of England left interest rates unchanged at a record low 0.1% amid caution about how rapidly the United Kingdom will recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Economy Ministry says German factory orders surged in June, giving hope that Europe’s largest economy is on track for a recovery from declines suffered from the coronavirus pandemic lockdown earlier in the year.
A drug-resistant strain of the parasite that causes malaria has been identified by scientists in Rwanda.
At least 15 people have died and more than 1,500 have been forced from their homes after torrential rain triggered floods and landslides in South Korea.
At a time of tightening U.S.-Brazil relations, a diplomatic dilemma of sorts has emerged for the American ambassador: how much to embrace a polarizing leader.
A gas explosion in a North Korean city across the China border may have injured dozens of people and killed several others, according to multiple South Korean news services.
The State Department says Russia is using social media, state-funded media and a loose network of proxy websites to amplify conspiracy theories and misinformation, most recently around the coronavirus.
Argentina’s government says it has reached agreement with its principle creditors to restructure more than $65 billion in foreign debt following seven months of negotiations and shifting deadlines.
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has accused Russia of lying about a “mercenary” group arrested in Belarus last week and says another such group has infiltrated his country.