The government cleared out thousands of people, who claim they have nowhere else to go, to honor a private property deal.
Six months after Wuhan's lockdown ended, curious travellers are flocking to the former epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Taiwan controlled the outbreak since April and has had zero local cases for 200 days.
Every first of November, millions of Filipinos crowd in cemeteries around the country to celebrate All Saints Day. But not this year.
Young people and those from ethnic minorities are least protected by the government's Job Retention Scheme, a new report finds.
As the second wave hits, Italians are concerned that the government won't do enough to support workers.
Brazil’s president said COVID is a conspiracy cooked up by the Chinese in an effort to restore leftist governments in Latin America, according to recent allegations.
The Mexican town of Ajijic is seeing a growing divide in the expat community, whose business the locals rely on.
After multiple coronavirus outbreaks and “poorly organised” online learning, students at the University of Bristol are threatening to withhold thousands of pounds in rent.
Residents of Neskantaga First Nation haven't been able to bathe or flush their toilets for nearly a week, prompting a mass evacuation.
As universities shift to online learning, poor sound quality and inaccurate captions can have a devastating impact on students with hearing issues.
Although the two countries have an agreement to suspend non-essential border crossings, the Chihuahua state government claims that’s not being enforced on the Mexican side.