Thirteen panda cubs were born just in time for China’s national day. Yair Ben-Dor has more.
Iranian Oscar-winning director Asghar Farhadi called on activists and artists around the world to support the protesters, who he said were "looking for simple and yet fundamental rights that the state has denied them for years".
Veuer’s Elizabeth Keatinge shows us a surgeon who removed 63 spoons from a patient’s stomach.
Parts of Nigeria, from northern farmlands to the coastal economic capital Lagos, are prone to flooding in the rainy season, though the National Emergency Management Agency says this year is the worst since 2012, when 363 people died and more than 2.1 million were displaced.
From anthropomorphic figurines to 1,500-year-old Indigenous necklaces, Colombia has recently repatriated 274 ancient objects from the United States.
The Horn of Africa is coping with its worst drought in four decades.
In Argentina and the United States, dozens of people have gathered to show their support for Iranian women.
In Pakistan, unprecedented floods have destroyed 17,000 schools in the south-eastern Sindh province.
Many Ukrainians have fled occupied regions for territory that Ukraine's forces have recaptured in recent weeks.
Outcry over accusations of cheating among top Chess players has grown louder in the past few weeks.
Rescued from a Damascus market, these foxes are finally going back to where they belong. Yair Ben-Dor has more.
When you think of Tunisia, you may not think of olive oil production. But some young entrepreneurs are trying to change that.
One of the world's most trafficked animals, the pangolin is under threat due to a vast and growing illegal trade network
Things to know today: Hurricane Ian is just shy of Category 5 status as it nears Florida; EU vows retaliation if energy network attacked; Jan. 6 panel delays hearing. Get caught up.
Prince William has made this change for his household staff. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm reports.
At downtown Khartoum's al-Souq al-Arabi, travel agencies helping young Sudanese seek a brighter economic future in Egypt are replacing once-packed hardware stores in a corner of the capital's main commercial hub.
Iranian riot police and security forces clashed with demonstrators in dozens of cities on September 27, state media and social media said, amid continuing protests against the death of young Iranian woman Mahsa Amini in police custody.
Russia gives NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden citizenship. Veuer’s Elizabeth Keatinge has more.
Russia is experiencing a mass exodus as men attempt to flee the country to avoid being drafted to fight in Ukraine. Along the Russian/Georgian border, there is an 18-kilometre line to leave, and people are paying exorbitant amounts to escape Russia's reach.
This is the incredible moment 'hurricane hunters' flew into Hurricane Ian to collect storm data. The Hurricane Hunters - the reconnaissance unit of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - braved the ferocious weather system to gather information about the storm as it headed …
Shipping is one of the world's most carbon-intensive industries. But in a bid to reduce fuel usage, some ships have set
Early on September 27, Hurricane Ian strengthened to a major Category 3 storm as it made landfall in western Cuba.
In world’s first attempt to change the direction of an asteroid, scientists hope the method can prevent collisions with
This is the adorable moment a playful elephant slid down a muddy hill on its knees after heavy rain in Thailand.
The Kremlin has admitted it made mistakes in its mobilization of hundreds of thousands of reservists to fight in Ukraine.
This is the adorable moment a playful elephant slid down a muddy hill on its knees after heavy rain in Thailand. The male jumbo named Somsak was filmed sliding down the slippery dirt path while returning home in Ranong province on September 17.