Venezuelan man shot dead amid protests over shortages, NGO says

CIUDAD GUAYANA, Venezuela (Reuters) – A Venezuelan man was shot dead on Thursday as locals protesting food and gas shortages looted several stores in one southern town, a rights group said, as frustrations spiked six weeks into a quarantine that

Coronavirus pushes US jobless to Depression level: Live updates

UK scientists have started testing an experimental vaccine as the death toll from the infection hits 190,000 worldwide. 26 million people have sought US jobless aid in the past five weeks since the coronavirus hit. About one in six American workers

‘Ousted’ US vaccine expert to file complaint

A vaccine expert who says he lost his job because he disagreed with Donald Trump’s claims about treatments for Covid-19 is to file a whistleblower complaint, his lawyers say. Dr Rick Bright led the US government agency trying to develop

Prince Charles and his wife join UK round of applause for carers

LONDON (Reuters) – Prince Charles and his wife Camilla joined Britain’s “Clap for Carers” ritual on Thursday, their first appearance together since the heir to the throne recovered from the coronavirus. The nationwide event has become a weekly fixture in

Can Libya's Khalifa Haftar pull back following Tripoli defeat?

Amid global economic downturn, analysts say it’s unclear if foreign supporters will continue to bankroll the strongman. The campaign will be swift. This was eastern-based renegade military commander Khalifa Haftar’s pledge to his supporters at home and abroad when he