Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa resigned as protests against his government have been ongoing since March.
While trying to pay respects at a Warsaw cemetery, Russia's ambassador to Poland was splattered with red paint.
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman had to go to the hospital just a few weeks after the battery in his pacemaker changed.
The surprise performance was located in a subway station in Kyiv that’s being used as a bomb shelter—they said President Zelensky invited them to perform as “a show of solidarity with the Ukrainian people.”
Not only were family members of Phoenix Suns point guard Chris Paul harassed by the fan, but they were also physically touched by a fan in the crowd.
The footage includes Queen Elizabeth II as a young mother as well as her beaming at her engagement ring.
Walt Disney Co. announced Sunday that the film "Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness" grossed an estimated $185 million in ticket sales during its first weekend in theaters in the U.S. and Canada, making it the biggest opener of the year.
The sanctions against Russia include targeting the country's state-controlled media, elites, and services that help finance their invasion of Ukraine.
Grete Faremo was the undersecretary-general and executive director of the U.N. Office for Project Services but was a part of “a baffling series of financial decisions” that led to a loss of $25 million.
The court ruled that Californians can order foie gras—a food product made of the liver of a duck or goose—from out-of-state producers when it comes to individual consumption.