Four more Chinese regions have been accused of faking efforts to rectify environmental problems and paying only lip service to the country's war on pollution, according to reports published by the environment ministry on Monday.
A top member of the United Kingdom’s Labour Party has urged the government to clarify what it has done to investigate claims about Russia’s alleged interference in the June 2016 referendum in which Britons decided for their country to leave the European Union.
Rohingya leaders in Bangladesh on Tuesday challenged the United Nations to ensure Myanmar’s generals stand trial after investigators called for top military commanders to be prosecuted for genocide against the minority.
US President Donald Trump on Sunday angrily denounced the federal probe of Russia's alleged 2016 election meddling as "McCarthyism at its WORST!," insisting he had authorized his White House counsel to testify to bring the matter to a close.
China’s drug watchdog published details on Tuesday of an investigation into a second firm found to have made inferior vaccines, after cabinet vowed tough penalties and fines over a vaccine safety scandal that has sparked widespread anger.
A preliminary inquiry has been opened in France after a complaint from right-wing French politicians denounced the role allegedly played by the city and the metropolis of Lyon in favor of Emmanuel Macron's presidential election campaign last year.
US President Donald Trump says he regrets naming Jeff Sessions as attorney general, as pressure on the White House grows from a special counsel's probe into possible campaign collusion with Russia and obstruction of justice.
US President Donald Trump's attorney John Dowd called for the end of special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russian alleged election meddling Saturday, just a day after the Justice Department announced the firing of former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe.
Human Rights Watch called on Saudi Arabia to immediately investigate the claims that authorities physically mistreated prominent people who were arrested last year, and hold those responsible to account.
While many top Republicans have attempted to discredit the the US Justice Department's special counsel leading the investigation into alleged Russian interference in last year's election, President Donald Trump believes Robert Mueller “will be fair” to him in the probe.