新闻中心» 热点资讯
  • Traveler placed in coronavirus quarantine in Netherlands
  • Some victims of German shooting have Kurdish roots: Bild
  • U.S. CDC confirms one more coronavirus case among Diamond Princess evacuees
  • Russia's Lavrov, after Pompeo meeting, says felt more constructive U.S. approach
  • 'Putin's cook' seeks to distance himself from U.S. election meddling
  • Vietnam says monitoring over 5,000 Chinese workers for coronavirus
  • Lebanon's banking association calls for paying March Eurobond on time
  • Iran prepares for vote seen as litmus test for establishment
  • Iran vows 'crushing response' to any Israeli action against regional interests
  • Beach bummer: Half of world's sandy coastlines may vanish this century
  • Turkey says talks with Russia on Syria warning but more needed
  • U.N.'s Bachelet urges Saudi to release women activists, uphold rights
  • Bahrain asks people arriving from four countries to self-quarantine: tweet
  • Twitter, Facebook suspend accounts linked to Indonesian army's Papua campaign
  • EU health ministers to hold extraordinary virus talks next week
  • Philippines to lift Taiwan travel ban imposed over coronavirus
  • WHO says joint China mission to start coronavirus probe this weekend
  • New coronavirus spreads more like flu than SARS: Chinese study
  • PDVSA slams U.S. sanctions on Rosneft over Venezuela activity
  • Police say 52 people were injured when car drove into German carnival
  • Slovenia prohibits all large indoor events due to coronavirus
  • Soccer: Japan postpones games due to coronavirus concerns
  • Two Turkish soldiers killed, six wounded in Syria's Idlib - ministry
  • Pope accepts resignation of cardinal Barbarin amid sex abuse case
  • Merkel's CDU to hold leadership congress in April or May - German broadcaster
  • United Nations Libya envoy resigns citing stress
  • Europeans, Britain raise North Korea missile launches at U.N. Security Council
  • China says strict control measures must be maintained despite positive trend outside Hubei
  • 'Despicable' - Women seethe over Mexican leader's wobbly response to violence
  • Philippine workers allowed to travel to Hong Kong, Macau amid virus fear
  • Indonesia's low-lying capital flooded for second time this year
  • Newsmaker: Bypassed no more - Malaysia's 'Malay first' PM takes over
  • Climate change lengthens Australian summers by 50%: study
  • Somali forces, supposed to unite against Islamists, fight each other
  • Upholding celibacy, Pope sidesteps bid to ordain some married men
  • British passengers from virus-hit cruise ship due to arrive home
  • Germany not considering closing borders due to coronavirus at moment: spokesman
  • Argentina confirms first death in Latin America of patient with coronavirus
  • Pakistan jails Islamist accused of Mumbai attacks for terrorism financing
  • PM Johnson says 'very significant' expansion of UK coronavirus cases on the cards
  • Israeli court orders Facebook to unblock account of NSO Group employee
  • El Salvador bans visitors from Germany, France over coronavirus
  • Israeli police say killed man who attempted Jerusalem stabbing attack
  • Australian police charge two Sydney women over toilet paper feud
  • Taiwan says U.S. flies bombers near island after China's drills
  • Mainland China, excluding Hubei, reports lowest new daily infections
  • Coronavirus spreads faster outside China, stoking global fears
  • Austria blocking EU Libya sea patrols over migrants, diplomats say
  • Central Americans sent to Mexico by U.S. increasingly victims of kidnappings: aid group
  • 'Don't forget their names': Women in Mexico sing anthem protesting femicides
  • China says WSJ admitted mistakes after its reporters expelled
  • U.S. arrests Mexican citizen in Miami for allegedly acting on behalf of Russia
  • South Koreans return home from quarantined ship off Japan: Yonhap
  • For father of drowned boy, new wave of migrants brings back haunting memories
  • Japan confirms new coronavirus infection in Kobe: Kyodo
  • As Myanmar farmers lose their land, sand mining for Singapore is blamed
  • UK working to organize flight for British nationals on cruise ship with coronavirus
  • Greece confirms three new cases of coronavirus, brings total to seven
  • France reports new confirmed case of coronavirus, tally now at 18
  • 'Condom use is sexy': Mexico City campaigners dish out rubbers ahead of Valentine's Day
  • U.S. pastor tells how Bethlehem trip turned into coronavirus quarantine ordeal
  • Tajikistan suspends air links with Iran over coronavirus
  • U.S. reviewing options to assist Turkey after attack in Syria: Pompeo
  • Russia's Putin agrees to hold nationwide vote on constitutional changes on April 22: Ifax
  • U.S. flies 338 Americans home from cruise ship, including 14 with coronavirus
  • Exclusive: U.S. mulls using sweeping powers to ramp up production of coronavirus protective gear
  • Venezuela detains opposition leader Guaido's uncle
  • France's Macron says coronavirus 'epidemic is on the way'
  • Pressure mounts for Swiss parliamentary probe into spying operation
  • European Parliament suspends visits as precaution against coronavirus
  • Germany's minorities call for action after shisha bar shootings
  • Thailand refuses entry to cruise ship with no coronavirus cases
  • Hong Kong quarantines dog for coronavirus, experts caution over pet spread
  • Egypt bars Qataris over coronavirus fears
  • Italian wine fair Vinitaly postponed over coronavirus
  • NATO to expand Iraq training mission in response to Trump
  • Japan's J.League to postpone domestic games due to coronavirus - NHK
  • Fast-food companies in China step up ‘contactless’ pickup, delivery as coronavirus rages
  • IMF says Lebanon requests technical help on economy, debt
  • Russia and Turkey remain committed to reducing Syria tensions: Russian ministry
  • One Turkish soldier killed, two wounded in Syria's Idlib: ministry
  • Coronavirus incubation could be as long as 27 days, Chinese provincial government says
  • Shanghai trying to find people who crossed coronavirus patient from Iran
  • Israel's Gantz vows to press ahead after election setback
  • Baghdad not confirming Iraq's first coronavirus death
  • South Korean city recoils as coronavirus cases double overnight
  • Turkish court acquits novelist accused of Kurdish militant ties
  • U.S. to give Zambia $389 million grant for AIDS relief
  • Egyptian striker, 75, hopes to become world's oldest soccer pro
  • Pope moves slain Salvadoran priest, icon for poor, closer to sainthood
  • First case of coronavirus confirmed in Lebanon: hospital source
  • Campaigners urge PM Johnson to 'turbocharge' climate plans ahead of U.N. summit
  • Syria says civilian killed in Israeli drone strike in Golan Heights
  • Iraq announces first coronavirus death in capital
  • Malaysian police arrest man for insulting king, investigate three others
  • Amazon Catholics pledge to press on after Pope says no to married priests
  • Greece shuts sports events to spectators as coronavirus cases rise
  • U.S. Supreme Court conservatives lean toward Trump over rapid deportation
  • Slovak PM Pellegrini cancels schedule due to illness
  • Bolsonaro and son blast probe of Brazil hit man killed by police