The U.S. Defense Department says a military parade that President Donald Trump has called for is being postponed until at least next year.
Japan's emperor, Akihito, expressed his deep regret Wednesday for his country's actions during World War Two.
Incumbent President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita of Mali has won a landslide victory in the West African nation's presidential runoff election.
A new Quinnipiac University poll shows almost half of all Americans believe U.S. President Donald Trump is guilty of wrongdoing in connection with Russia's interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Forty-two-percent said they believed he committed wrongful acts, while 43 percent said he did not.
VOA双语新闻:意大利热那亚桥梁坍塌 至少26人丧生2018-08-16
Italian authorites say as many as 35 people were killed when a bridge carrying vehicles partially collapsed in the northern port city of Genoa Tuesday during an intense storm.
Kosovo's president on Thursday reiterated his idea of a correction of the border with Serbia, which is widely seen as essentially a territorial swap as part of a strategy to stabilize relations between both EU-aspirant nations.
Protesters aiming to draw attention to the problem of gun violence in Chicago briefly shut down the city's famed Lake Shore Drive, which runs along Lake Michigan.
Experts from the Congolese health ministry are due in the northern region of country Thursday to coordinate a response to latest outbreak of the Ebola virus.
A federal judge sentenced a New York man to nine months in prison Wednesday for trafficking in endangered African lion and tiger parts.
U.S. scientists have determined that the Gulf of Mexico's annual dead zone an area with low oxygen that can kill fish and marine life is the fourth smallest since they started mapping the area in 1985.
Zimbabwe's ruling ZANU-PF party has won a majority in parliament, according to partial results released Wednesday.
A federal judge has ordered a Jordanian national to remain behind bars on charges he tried to smuggle six Yemenis into the United States.
The man accused of shooting and killing five people at an Annapolis, Maryland, newspaper in June pleaded not guilty Monday.Jarrod Ramos did not appear in court. His attorneys entered a plea of not guilty on his behalf through electronic filing.
Voters in Zimbabwe are choosing a new president Monday in the first election in 38 years without longtime leader Robert Mugabe on the ballot as the head of the ZANU-PF party.
A senior U.S. diplomat held talks last week in Doha with representatives of the Taliban, with no one from the Afghan government present, top Taliban officials said Sunday.
VOA双语新闻:推特有效用户下降 股价下跌19%2018-07-29
Shares in Twitter dropped close to 20 percent Friday after the social media giant reported a fall in active users.
Northern California's wildfires have destroyed 500 structures, and officials say 5,000 more are being threatened by the massive blaze.
Fire officials in northern California say a bulldozer operator has been killed and three firefighters have been injured in the battle against a raging wildfire.
At least 31 people were killed and 40 wounded in an explosion outside a polling station in southwest Pakistan Wednesday, just hours after millions of voters began casting their ballots in parliamentary elections.
Greece observed a period of mourning Wednesday as crews continued checking cars and homes burned in fast-moving fires that have killed at least 81 people.Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced Tuesday there would be three days of national mourning.
VOA双语新闻:老挝大坝倒塌: 多人死亡,数百人失踪2018-07-25
Laos state media says several people have been killed and hundreds more are missing after the collapse of a hydroelectric dam.
Although the pace of the denuclearization effort by North Korea has been slow, the level of threat from the regime has declined, Gen. Vincent Brooks, top U.S. commander in South Korea, said.
Products from every one of the 50 states -- from candy to crab pots to horseshoes to space suits -- are being displayed in the White House for Monday's Made in America Product Showcase.
Police in Toronto, Canada say a man armed with a handgun shot 14 people late Sunday, killing two of them, in an attack that ended with the suspect also dead.
The U.S. government has launched Connect Africa, a program that will invest more than $1 billion in projects to improve transportation, communications, and value chains across the continent.
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