新闻中心» 热点资讯
  • Belarus's Tsikhanouskaya: each country should make its own decision on sanctions
  • Nigerian health workers end strike despite no coronavirus hazard pay
  • Japan coastguard suspends search for crew from capsized cattle ship due to bad weather
  • 'We do our best': fuel shortages make Yemen doctors' lives even harder
  • Greek police arrest six over Lesbos fire, migrants resist new camp
  • Explainer: Why Thai protesters are challenging the monarchy
  • Exclusive: Brazil Amazon fires likely worst in 10 years, August data incomplete, government researcher says
  • Fire-hit supertanker owner to pay $1.8 million for Sri Lanka's help
  • Starved of wifi, Indonesians trade plastic trash to study online
  • Zimbabwe eases COVID-19 restrictions as exam classes start
  • Lebanese firefighters douse remains of Beirut port fire
  • Macron says Belarus's Lukashenko must go: paper
  • Palestinians rally against Bahrain-Israel normalisation
  • Strong earthquake rattles Crete in southern Greece
  • Aoun says Lebanon faces cabinet crisis, no solution on horizon
  • No deal Brexit not appealing, but not excluded - EU's Dombrovskis
  • Three Egyptian policemen, four militants killed in prison break attempt
  • Pandemic slashes worldwide income from work by a tenth: ILO
  • South Korea eases social distancing for two weeks ahead of major holiday
  • Belarus says European Parliament resolution is aggressive and not constructive: Ifax
  • Macron to Russia: Give us answers on Navalny or face consequences
  • Spain's confirmed coronavirus cases rise to 716,481
  • China will gradually resume direct international flights to Beijing
  • Belgian politics on hold as mediator contracts COVID-19
  • High-flying drone drops weed over Tel Aviv
  • EU calls for U.N. monitoring of Belarus rights abuses: document
  • Australia revokes visas of two Chinese scholars
  • Guinea-Bissau migration agency boss arrested for alleged cocaine trafficking
  • Britain working to reduce quarantine through testing, Hancock says
  • U.S., Germany among 29 nations condemning reported internet shutdowns in Belarus
  • Exclusive: EU prepares to lift sanctions on Libyan powerbroker, diplomats say
  • British company launches 20-second COVID-19 test
  • China's People's Daily defends right not to carry U.S. envoy's op-ed
  • French President: response to COVID-19 resurgence must be proportionate
  • Saudi Arabia says it busted terrorist cell trained by Iran's Revolutionary Guards
  • UK chief scientific adviser warns: As COVID-19 spreads, deaths will rise
  • India's coronavirus infections spike again after dip
  • PM Johnson: Restrictions could be in place for six months
  • Less than 10,000 getting COVID-19 each day, UK health minister says
  • Macron tells Mali junta to hand power back to civilians quickly
  • Islamic State claims killing of French aid workers in Niger
  • UK's Labour ties with Conservatives for first time since 2019, YouGov poll finds
  • Philippine president pardons U.S. Marine jailed for transgender killing
  • Irish COVID-19 modeling group warns of exponential increase in cases
  • Belarusian police say officers' personal data leaked online
  • Dozens of Hong Kong people write postcards to fugitives arrested by China
  • Thai king restores titles to once-disgraced royal consort
  • Dozens of abandoned migrants rescued in Sahara
  • China says questioning of Australian journalists part of normal law enforcement
  • Pompeo says U.S. hopes for peaceful resolution on the India-China border flare up
  • U.N. experts decry Hong Kong security law in open letter to China
  • Japan ruling party head Suga preparing cabinet, continuity in foreground
  • North Korea tells U.N. that now it has 'effective war deterrent' it will focus on economy
  • Afghan negotiators to discuss reduction of violence in Taliban talks
  • Brazil registers 1,075 new coronavirus deaths: health ministry
  • India parliament session may be cut short as COVID-19 cases among lawmakers rise - sources
  • Kuwait's new emir is Crown Prince Sheikh Nawaf, says cabinet
  • Some scientists spot 'unlikely' patterns in Russia vaccine data: letter
  • French Prime Minister Castex has tested negative for COVID - BFM TV
  • Not yet, but soon: Argentina could restart international flights in October, source says
  • UK reports record daily figure of 7,143 COVID-19 cases
  • Kosovo veterans leader arrested on witness intimidation charges: tribunal
  • Georgia bans weddings, other ceremonies as virus cases rise
  • Defying protests and poverty, Haitians get creative to wed in style
  • Ireland tightens COVID-19 travel restrictions, angering airlines
  • Afghan officials primed for talks with Taliban after deal on prisoners: sources
  • 'Everything is uncertain': Coronavirus rages in Argentina, cases top 700,000
  • Indonesia to beef-up patrols after China coastguard raises suspicion
  • UK reports 2,659 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday
  • Peru's Vizcarra blames lies, betrayal for turmoil as government sues to block impeachment
  • Bolivia's interim government splits as ministers quit over economy
  • Spanish capital region orders partial lockdown in some COVID-hit areas
  • South Africa ready to help insurgency-hit Mozambique, if asked
  • Catalans rally for independence despite health warnings
  • Belarus police detain at least 10 protesters in Minsk - TASS
  • Mozambique asks EU for help in tackling insurgency
  • EU chief, set to unveil asylum policy, says migration is a fact of life
  • After months of heartache, signs of COVID-19 easing in Brazil
  • 'Emir of Winterthur' convicted in Swiss jihadist trial
  • Canada's biggest provinces seek clampdown on social gatherings as coronavirus cases top 150,000
  • Russia says it respects Serbia's decision to withdraw from military drills in Belarus
  • Dutch daily COVID cases hit new high, also pass 100,000 in all
  • Hong Kong court says media tycoon Jimmy Lai not guilty of criminal intimidation in 2017 case
  • U.S. lawmakers quiz Disney CEO over Xinjiang connection to 'Mulan'
  • Surge in Turkish COVID cases pits doctors against politicians
  • Dutch PM Rutte plans 'regional' steps as coronavirus cases hit record
  • Britain will not become post-Brexit 'high-subsidy regime': PM's spokesman
  • Myanmar’s ‘maximum containment’ COVID plan pushed to brink as virus surges
  • UK study shows rapid test has diagnostic sensitivity over 99%
  • Congo police fire tear gas to disperse protest over Rwandan diplomat
  • Trump to host Israel-United Arab Emirates deal-signing ceremony on September 15
  • London on course for new COVID curbs: Evening Standard
  • Libya's Haftar committed to ending oil blockade, U.S. says
  • North Korea tells U.N. that now it has 'effective war deterrent' it will focus on economy
  • North Korea tells U.N. that now it has 'effective war deterrent' it will focus on economy
  • Erdogan told Germany's Merkel: Turkish drill ship did not end operations in east Med
  • Ireland's Varadkar says 'kamikaze' British threat to break law has backfired
  • Brazilian expert on uncontacted Amazon tribes killed by arrow
  • UK's new COVID measures met with scepticism, confusion
  • Turkish, Greek officials meet for talks to reduce conflict risks - Turkey