Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy hosts a summit in Kiev on exporting grain to vulnerable countries on 90th anniversary of the Holodomor famine, as fighting with Russia enters its 276th day.
Serbia's football team hung up a flag depicting Kosovo's borders with the Serbian flags' colours and stamped with the slogan "there will be no surrender".
The Ark of the World, established in 1998 in Athens by Father Antonios Papanikolaou, says it aims to "take care of unprotected children" but it is now the centre of an investigation by Greek authorities.
The Italian government released the first tranche of two million dollars in relief funds following a deadly landslide in the south of the country, where rescuers are still searching for a dozen missing people.
Donation announcement comes as Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel concludes a visit to Beijing, part of a rare foreign trip.
Kim Jong-un says his country's ultimate goal is to "possess the world's most powerful strategic force" as he promotes scientists and officers behind recent test of "monster missile."
Taiwanese will be picking mayors, city council members and other local leaders in all 13 counties and six major cities. There's also a referendum to lower voting age from 20 to 18.
Anger has spread in regional capital Urumqi, where protesters blame a strict zero-Covid policy for a blaze that ripped through a residential building, killing ten people.
Pakistan's Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi says the corvette ships built for the country's navy by Türkiye are made with cutting-edge technology, with "surface-to-surface, surface-to-air weapon systems."
The opposition KMT, which has maintained closer ties with China when in power, pledged to "work hard to maintain peace in the region", as its chairman declared victory at a press conference.
Protests against strict coronavirus measures have spread across cities in China following a deadly fire at a residential building in the country's far west.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador urges supporters to converge on streets on Sunday — the first such march led by a Mexican president in at least 40 years, experts say.
President Gustavo Petro's government and leftist guerrilla group, the National Liberation Army, also agreed to invite Brazil, Chile, and Mexico to join Norway, Cuba, and Venezuela as guarantors of process.
The blast ripped through a bakery located above a student dormitory in Duhok province, said health authorities.
Mayor of South American country's second-largest city Medellin attributes "engine failure" as cause of the crash, which left six passengers and two crew members dead.
The controversial American rapper reportedly asked former US president Donald Trump to be his vice president.
New Twitter boss Elon Musk says "amnesty" for previously suspended accounts would begin "next week" after 72 percent of respondents on a poll vote in favour of revoking bans.
Americans celebrate Thanksgiving holiday with traditional feasts and parades, but among Native Americans, it is a day of dark reflection on genocide following arrival of Pilgrims and European settlers in 1620.