新闻中心» 热点资讯
  • Parachutist makes world's first jump from solar-powered plane
  • Syria Constitutional Committee 'on hold' after three members test positive for COVID-19: U.N.
  • Colombia requests extradition of ex-paramilitary boss from United States
  • UK records 1,295 daily confirmed cases of COVID-19
  • Majority of Scots support independence from UK - YouGov poll
  • Britain to bring in mass testing for coronavirus
  • More than 25 killed and over 2,500 injured in Beirut blast, says health minister
  • Latin America now has world's highest coronavirus death toll
  • Hezbollah open to discussing new political order in Lebanon, says Nasrallah
  • Seven more dolphins found dead on Mauritius beach near oil spill
  • Lukashenko must respect fundamental rights, says NATO chief
  • U.S. military suspends some training in South Korea after deadly crash
  • Zimbabwe says foreign white farmers can apply to get back seized land
  • Spitting at politicians infringes constitution, German minister says
  • India accuses China of fresh 'provocative actions' at mountain border
  • Hong Kong regulators see limited sanctions impact as banks weigh action
  • UK police arrest man over alleged Liberian war crimes
  • Rohingya hold 'silent protest' on anniversary of exodus to Bangladesh
  • Beirut governor says many bodies still unidentified from port blast are foreign workers
  • Singapore reports fewest daily COVID-19 cases in five months
  • Spain ready to send in troops to trace resurging coronavirus
  • Nightmares, flashbacks, fatigue: Beirut faces mental health crisis after blast
  • UK extends household meeting ban to the town of Preston
  • No. 2 U.S. diplomat Biegun will visit Russia, Lithuania amid Belarus crisis
  • Greece to ratify sea accord with Egypt on August 26
  • New Canadian face mask plant to help avoid 'terrifying' shortages during pandemic: premier
  • Germany issues travel warning for Madrid due to coronavirus
  • UK says reports Russian opposition leader poisoned are deeply concerning
  • Brazil's Bolsonaro calls surging Amazon fires a 'lie'
  • Putin and Lukashenko plan to meet in Moscow - Kremlin
  • Iran says it detained a UAE ship and its crew on Monday: state TV
  • Ireland reimposes some COVID-19 restrictions in three counties
  • Putin says Belarus leader asked Russia to create reserve police force for him: Interfax
  • North American laws for ammonium nitrate best in the world: Nutrien
  • Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe set to resign: NHK
  • Greek PM to rejig cabinet: PM's office
  • Death toll from attack on Mogadishu hotel rises to 16
  • On Lebanon, Macron told Trump sanctions can play into Iran's hands, official says
  • French PM likens killing of French aid workers in Niger to 2015 Paris attacks
  • South Korea's Moon replaces some aides amid falling ratings
  • Brazil hits 3.7 million COVID-19 cases, death toll at 117,666: ministry
  • Argentina daily COVID-19 cases top 10,000 for first time
  • U.S. crackdown on Confucius Institutes demonises the program, says China
  • Brazil nears four million coronavirus cases, death toll at 122,596: health ministry
  • Honduran judge orders trial to begin for accused mastermind of activist's murder
  • Saudi Arabia following with great concern consequences of Beirut's explosion: SPA
  • 'I don't want to fly again': Surviving India's worst crash in 10 years
  • U.S. loses Iran arms embargo bid as Putin pushes summit to avoid nuclear deal showdown
  • Factbox: How the political crisis in Belarus could unfold
  • Rakuten CEO urges review of Japan's COVID-19 entry curbs on foreigners
  • Iran nuclear deal at risk as U.N. council prepares to vote on arms embargo
  • Lithuania says it does not pose threat to Belarus
  • Hungary exempts some visitors from border lockdown, riles EU
  • UNIFIL ship docked in Beirut port was damaged and naval peacekeepers were injured
  • New Zealand considers freight as possible source of new coronavirus cluster
  • UK steps up plans to tackle migrant Channel crossings with new commander
  • Berlin police prepare for violence at protests against coronavirus curbs
  • China reports 16 new COVID-19 cases, eighth day without local infections
  • Erdogan spoke with Lebanon's Aoun, offered Turkish aid after explosion
  • China foreign ministry says no Indian troops died along border
  • Exclusive: HK survey shows increasing majority back pro-democracy goals, smaller support for protest movement
  • Norway to quarantine more travellers as COVID cases rise
  • Symbolic last trip for Taiwan's 'Mr Democracy' before cremation
  • Strong quake in Philippines kills one, damages quarantine centre
  • Belarus opposition leaders creating political party: video
  • Lebanon's president calls for two-week state of emergency in Beirut after blast
  • Millions likely infected by coronavirus in New Delhi, survey finds
  • Thai police arrest two leaders of student protests
  • Man dies in Carrefour Brasil store, left covered with umbrellas as store stays open
  • Canada wants to be at 'front of line' for coronavirus vaccines, signs deals with Novavax and Johnson & Johnson
  • Four people die in accident near coal mine of Russia's Severstal
  • Thai protesters stage anti-government rally despite activists release
  • Merkel spoke to Erdogan, Greek PM on eastern Mediterranean
  • Chile′s Pinera vows crackdown after nine-year-old injured by gunfire in Araucania
  • Canada to appeal court ruling that struck down refugee pact with U.S.
  • Australia making wage subsidies easier as COVID-19 surges, PM to say
  • Italy says China a key strategic partner, despite U.S. concerns
  • India begins examination of plane's black box after deadly crash
  • 'They killed us twice': finding loved ones at last among Syria's tortured dead
  • Venezuelans breaking coronavirus rules punished under the sun
  • Israel strikes Hamas in Gaza over rockets, fire balloons
  • Germany's confirmed coronavirus cases rise by 561 to 224,014 - RKI
  • Britain backs COVID-19 immunity studies with 8.4 million pounds
  • Libya sovereign fund to ask UN for freedom to invest billions
  • Haiti's schools re-open but many parents now can't afford them
  • Hospitals, expats blast Trump plan to block U.S. citizens over coronavirus
  • EU effort to stem African migration leaves some ex-smugglers empty handed
  • Taiwan says Chinese fighters approached Taiwan, were tracked by missiles
  • Suspected Islamist militants kill 13 in eastern Congo villages
  • UK eases COVID-19 lockdown in parts of Northern England
  • Australian newspaper cartoon of U.S. candidates Harris and Biden criticized as racist
  • Migrants play dangerous cat-and-mouse game with police in Calais
  • 'Sheep without a shepherd': Hong Kong churches torn by politics
  • Flood victims take to social media as rains cause chaos in India's Gurugram
  • Chilean court rejects U.S. extradition bid for arms dealer in 1993 case
  • Japan PM Abe has left hospital in Tokyo: Jiji
  • Ex-Saudi intelligence official alleges Riyadh sent hit squad to kill him
  • NATO denies Belarus claim of military buildup, but watching situation
  • UK's Sunak: 'Gosh' I don't have a desire to be next PM
  • Brazil coronavirus cases tops 3.5 million, fatalities exceed 112,000: health ministry