Malaysia reports 4,684 new COVID-19 infections, 11 new deaths

Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), August 7: Malaysia reported 4,684 new COVID-19 infections as of midnight Saturday, bringing the national total to 4,705,824, according to the health...

150 front-line Army commandoes to conduct joint training at U.S. Army's National...

Seoul [South Korea], August 7:About 150 South Korean Army commandoes will leave for the United States later this month for joint training with the U.S....

Kenya mulls establishing sanctuary for mountain bongos, black rhinos

Nairobi [Kenya], August 7: Kenya is on course to establish a sanctuary for mountain bongos (antelope) and black rhinos on the slopes of Mount Kenya...

Sudan summons Chadian ambassador over allegedly deadly cross-border attack

Khartoum [Sudan], August 7: Sudan summoned the Chadian ambassador to Sudan on Saturday to protest what it called a cross-border attack by Chadian armed groups...

Tanzania's Zanzibar authorities vow full support to reggae festival

Dar es Salaam [Tanzania], August 7: Tanzania's Zanzibar authorities said on Saturday they are in full support of the Zanzibar reggae festival, a two day...

Gaza's only power station shut down due to fuel shortage

Gaza [Palestine], August 7: The only power plant in the Gaza Strip has been shut down because of fuel shortage, the Gaza-based energy authority announced...

Israel says misfire by Palestinian militants kills civilians in Gaza

Jerusalem [Israel], August 7: Israel denied Saturday its responsibility for an airstrike that killed civilians, including four children, in Gaza, saying the fatal explosion caused...

24 killed, 215 wounded as Israel-Gaza exchange of fire continues for 2nd...

Gaza [Palestine], August 7:At least 24 Palestinians have been killed and 215 injured as Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) continued their exchange of...

Cyprus detects two more monkeypox cases

Nicosia [Cyprus], August 7: Two more confirmed cases of monkeypox have been detected in Cyprus, raising the total to three, the country's Health Ministry said...

One killed in vessels collision in Croatia

Zagreb [Croatia],August 7:A 44-year-old German citizen was killed on Saturday in a collision between two vessels near Cape Kamenjak in Istria in western Croatia, the...

2nd caravan of grain ships from Ukraine arrive in Istanbul

Istanbul [Turkey], August 7: The second caravan of ships transporting grain from Ukraine arrived at the shores of Istanbul, according to the Turkish Defense Ministry...

Biden tests negative in COVID-19 "rebound" case: doctor

Washington [US], August 7: U.S. President Joe Biden tested negative for COVID-19 on Saturday in the process of his recovery from a "rebound" case, White...

At least 17 missing, 67 injured in Cuba's fuel tank explosion

Havana [Cuba], August 7: A fuel storage tank at a supertanker port near the port of Matanzas in Cuba exploded Saturday morning following a blaze,...

White House slams Indiana's restrictive abortion law

Washington [US], August 7: Indiana's latest legislation on abortion "institutes a near-total abortion ban" in the state, said the White House on Saturday, calling it...

Pakistani PM sets up relief fund for flood-affected people

Islamabad [Pakistan], August 7: Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Saturday set up a relief fund for flood-affected people, the Prime Minister's Office said.

Singapore reports 5,633 new COVID-19 cases

Singapore, August 7: Singapore reported 5,633 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, bringing the total tally to 1,754,777.

Vietnam reports 1,609 new COVID-19 cases

Hanoi [Vietnam], August 7: Vietnam recorded 1,609 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, down 466 from Friday, according to the Ministry of Health.

Cambodia, Timor-Leste pledge to promote trade, tourism cooperation

Phnom Penh [Cambodia], August 7: Cambodia and Timor-Leste on Saturday pledged to promote bilateral cooperation in trade and tourism for mutual benefits, a Cambodian spokesman...

Cambodia, Pakistan vow to further enhance bilateral ties

Phnom Penh [Cambodia], August 7: Cambodia and Pakistan on Saturday vowed to further promote bilateral relations for benefits of the two countries and peoples, a...

Ukraine eyes to export grain from ports in Mykolayiv region

Kiev (Ukraine), August 6: Ukraine is aiming to start exporting its grain from the sea ports in the southern Mykolayiv region, the Interfax-Ukraine news agency...

South Korea Hopes For Better Relations With Moscow, Peace in Ukraine -...

Seoul (South Korea), August 6: South Korean Foreign Minister Park Jin said during a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov at the East Asia...

White House Calls Russia's Readiness to Discuss Prisoner Swap 'Welcome News'

Washington (US), August 6: The United States considers Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov's words about Russia being ready to discuss a potential prisoner swap welcome...

Austin Will Travel to Latvia to Affirm US Commitment to Baltic Region...

Washington (US), August 6: US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is set to travel to Latvia next week to hold bilateral talks and affirm the United...

S. Korea's new COVID-19 cases above 100,000 for 5th day

Seoul (South Korea), August 6: South Korea's new COVID-19 cases remained over 100,000 for the fifth straight day Saturday as the country battles a new...

N. Korea slams Pelosi's Panmunjom visit

Seoul (South Korea), August 6: North Korea on Saturday condemned U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to the inter-Korean truce village of Panmunjom.

ITU affirms observance of guidance incorporated in UNGA Resolution 2758

Geneva (Switzerland), August 6: The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) on Thursday affirms its "observance of the guidance incorporated in the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA)...

World food prices decline amid relief from restarted Ukraine grain exports: FAO

Rome (Italy), August 6: World food prices declined dramatically in July, according to the Rome-based United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on Friday.