A new report sheds light on how world leaders, powerful politicians, billionaires and others have used offshore accounts to shield assets collectively worth trillions of dollars.
Brazilian authorities say they will punish the thousands supporters of former President Jair Bolsonaro’s who stormed Congress, the Supreme Court and presidential palace over the weekend.
Three Afghan locals have been killed, with others injured — including two foreigners — after gunmen attacked a Kabul hotel frequented by Chinese nationals on Monday.
Sudan’s ruling generals and the main pro-democracy group have signed a framework deal to establish a new, civilian-led transitional government to guide the country to elections and offer a path forward in the wake of Sudan's stalled transition to democracy following last year's coup.
Qatar kicked off the World Cup with its opening ceremony on Sunday. The country has spent more than $200 billion in preparation, building seven new stadiums.
At least six people died and dozens of others were wounded in an attack on a popular thoroughfare in Istanbul on Sunday. Police detained a Syrian woman who they say has confessed to planting a bomb.
COP27 has kicked off in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. Nearly 50 heads of state will take the stage in the first day of “high-level” international climate talks on Monday, with more to come in the following days.
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva wins Brazilian election in a tight run-off with 50.9% of the vote to Jair Bolsonaro's 49.1%.
Sunak is the nation's former Treasury chief and will be Britain’s first leader of color. He faces the task of stabilizing his party and country at a time of economic and political turbulence.
Liz Truss resigns as British prime minister — only six weeks after taking office — after her policies created economic turmoil and a rebellion from within her own party.
The fire erupted as nationwide anti-government protests triggered by the death of a young woman in the custody of the country's morality police entered a fifth week. Tensions have escalated to a point unseen since the mass demonstrations that accompanied the country's 2009 Green Movement protests.
Russia has unleashed the largest barrage of strikes since the early days of the war against multiple Ukrainian cities, hitting energy facilities and civilian areas. The strikes came in an apparent retaliation to an attack on a key bridge to the Crimean Peninsula.
Residents from Colombia and Venezuela turned out in large numbers last week to welcome the reopening of their shared border to vehicles. Two commercial trucks, covered with the respective flags of each country, crossed the border point, marking the end of seven years of closure.
An investigation is underway after 125 people were killed during a stampede after police fired tear gas at a soccer match in East Java’s Malang city in Indonesia.