One of the largest container ships ever built, the Ever Given, was wedged across a section of the Suez Canal and disrupted global trade.
A group of assassins shot and killed Haiti's President Jovenel Moïse, and wounded his wife, when they broke into the leader’s home.
El Salvador President Nayib Bukele said in September that his government owned about $26 million in Bitcoin, and called it a new way for people abroad to send money home.
The Pandora Papers included nearly three million images, more than a million emails and about a half-million spreadsheets.
Myanmar’s military arrested civilian government leaders in the early morning hours of Feb. 1, taking over the country.
America’s longest war officially concluded 20 years after the Pentagon sent troops there, ceding the country to the Islamist Taliban.
The groundbreaking Malaria vaccine was made specifically for use with children in countries that have high transmission rates of the parasitic disease.
The U.K, U.S and Australia pact is considered an effort to counter China’s influence.
Some two million Ethiopians have been displaced since fighting began in November 2020 in the country’s northern Tigray region.
The commission identified 4,100 deaths at the institutions, and located more than 1,000 unmarked graves.