Sepsis, an infection that kills millions worldwide each year and is the third leading cause of death in the United States, may have finally met its match.
China’s government is seeking full access to Canada’s economy in free trade talks, a move that could result in Chinese state-owned companies bringing their own employees to work on projects in Canada.
Tens of thousands of people joined an anti-Brexit march to call for Britain to remain in the European Union.
Only 37 percent of all young Russians want to restore the monarchy in their country. This emerged from a major survey conducted by Izvestia.
The anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats are the most popular political party in the Nordic country, according to a new poll.
The Russians are coming to New Jersey — three times a month, with huge shipments of steel.
A non-profit organisation that tracks civilian casualties caused by airstrikes in the Middle East said it has shifted nearly all of its resources to track a surge of claims regarding US-led strikes in Syria and Iraq.
Thousands of demonstrators are gathering under sunny skies in central London to protest plans for Britain to withdraw from the European Union.
Contrary to accusations made by President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an and the Turkish government, the Foreign Affairs Committee of the UK Parliament has concluded that Fethullah Gülen and the movement he inspired as a whole were not behind a failed coup attempt in Turkey on July 15.
Federal investigators are examining whether far-right news sites played any role last year in a Russian cyber operation that dramatically widened the reach of news stories — some fictional — that favored Donald Trump’s presidential bid, two people familiar with the inquiry say.
Paris (AFP) - Dogs can sniff out cancer from a piece of cloth which had touched the breast of a woman with a tumour, researchers said Friday, announcing the results of an unusual, but promising, diagnostic trial.
The stunt at the Nazi death camp is branded a "reprehensible act" and those involved face charges of desecrating a monument.
Back in 2015, the world’s governments met in Paris and agreed to keep global warming below 2°C, to avoid the worst risks of a hotter planet.
The Turkish-Kurdish painter and journalist Zehra Do?an has been sentenced to 2 years, nine months, and 22 days in prison for creating a painting which depicted the destruction caused by Turkish security forces in the Nusaybin district of Mardin province, a Kurdish region in Turkey.
Austria has said it will double the amount of money paid to migrants who voluntarily return to their home countries as part of a plan to speed up the repatriation of 50,000 asylum seekers.
Theodore Genge has a big beautiful new dragger that’ll be ready to head for “the Labrador” as soon as the sea ice loosens its grip on Anchor Point.
Studies in Canada show that microfibers used in garments such as yoga pants have become a bigger threat to aquatic animals than microbeads.
Israel has not taken any steps to halt illegal settlement building on occupied Palestinian territory as demanded by the Security Council, the United Nations said on Friday,