8 killed in Texas mall shooting, gunman also dead: Police
A gunman killed eight people and wounded seven others – three critically – in a shooting at a Dallas-area mall before being fatally shot by a police officer who happened to be nearby, authorities said Saturday.
Russian jet intercepts Polish plane over Black Sea: Romania
A Russian fighter intercepted a Polish plane patrolling for the EU's border agency over the Black Sea, Romania's defence ministry said Saturday, denouncing Moscow's "aggressive and dangerous" behaviour, reports AFP.
Floral headpieces replace tiaras at Charles's dress-down coronation
Prince William's wife Catherine on Saturday chose a floral headpiece instead of a tiara for the coronation of Charles III, in line with the "green" tone set for the coronation by the king, reports AFP.
Death toll up to 54 after ethnic clashes in India's Manipur: PTI
The death toll after ethnic clashes in India's remote Manipur state rose to 54 on Saturday, the Press Trust of India reported, days after authorities rushed troops there to restore order, reports AFP.
Israeli forces kill two Palestinians in West Bank
Israeli troops killed two Palestinians on Saturday in the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian health ministry said, as the army claimed to have targeted the perpetrators of a "shooting attack".
Afghan foreign minister to woo neighbours on rare visit
The foreign minister of Afghanistan's Taliban government, which is not recognised by any other nation, holds talks Saturday with his counterparts from Pakistan and China during a rare visit abroad, reports AFP.
Camilla crowned queen
King Charles III's wife Camilla was crowned Saturday in Westminster Abbey, capping her public evolution from royal mistress to "queen consort" to queen in her own right, reports AFP.
Charles III crowned king at first UK coronation in 70 years
Charles III on Saturday finally met his date with destiny after a lifetime as heir to his late mother Queen Elizabeth II, as he was officially crowned king in the first coronation in Britain since 1953, reports AFP.
Covid no longer a global health emergency: WHO
The Covid-19 pandemic, which for over three years has killed millions of people, wreaked economic havoc and deepened inequalities, no longer constitutes a global health emergency, the WHO said Friday.
King Charles III coronation: key timings
King Charles III will be crowned alongside wife Camilla on Saturday in a centuries-old ceremony with celebrations marked by pomp and pageantry, reports AFP.
China, Russia foreign ministers among group meeting in India
Foreign ministers from a group of nations led by China and Russia met Friday in the Indian coastal resort state of Goa, where they were expected to discuss regional security, combating terrorism and deepening economic and cultural ties.
Italian PM 'incapable' of resolving migrant crisis: French minister
Italy's Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni "is incapable of resolving the migration problems" faced by her country, France's interior minister said Thursday in comments that risk fuelling tensions between Paris and Rome.
Drone attack sparks Russia oil refinery fire: state media
A drone attack in southern Russia caused a fire at an oil refinery, the state-run TASS news agency reported on Thursday.
Russia says it foiled an alleged drone attack on Kremlin
Russian authorities accused Ukraine on Wednesday of attempting to attack the Kremlin with two drones overnight in an effort to assassinate President Vladimir Putin, reports AP.
Stop targeting truth, truth-tellers: UN Chief on World Press Freedom Day
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said world must speak with one voice — stop lies and disinformation, and stop targeting truth and truth-tellers.