Poland no longer supplying weapons to Ukraine – PM

PM Morawiecki said Poland's focus was instead on defending itself with more modern weapons.

Five to be charged in UK for spying for Russia

The Bulgarians are accused of conspiring to gather information for use by an enemy.

Venezuela regains control of gang-run jail with pool and zoo

Armoured vehicles and 11,000 members of the security forces were deployed.

Game of Thrones author sues ChatGPT owner OpenAI

Lawsuit claims the authors' books were used without their permission to make ChatGPT smarter.

[VIDEO] King Charles III feted with grand banquet in France

The King arrived in France on Wednesday, for a three day state visit.

India suspends visas for Canadians as row escalates

Visa service provider BLS posted a message from India's mission blaming "operational reasons" for the decision.

Murder accusations and riots - TikTok is driving frenzies

Ex-employees say the issue is not being tackled for fear of slowing growth of the social media app's business.

South Korea raids US military bases in drugs probe

A tip from the US Army's enforcement arm had sparked a four-month investigation by Korean authorities.

Venezuela raids prison with 'pool, nightclub and zoo'

The Tocorón prison, in the north of the country, was under the control of the Tren de Aragua mega-gang for years.

Poland to stop supplying weapons to Ukraine over grain row

The move comes as tensions between the two nations rise.

Midwife, advocates and world leaders feted at Goalkeepers awards

Winners showed human innovation can help tackle some of the world’s most difficult challenges.

[VIDEO] France welcomes King Charles III with full pomp

He begins a rescheduled three-day visit

Ceasefire deal as Karabakh forces agree to disarm

Three years ago, Azerbaijan recaptured areas in and around Karabakh and on Tuesday demanded a full surrender.

[VIDEO] What King Charles visit means for France-UK relations

King Charles III of the United Kingdom starts a three-day state visit to France on Wednesday.

US child dies from fentanyl kept under nursery nap mat

Drug conspiracy and murder charges have been filed against two people.

[VIDEO] Ukraine war remains focus as UNGA gets under way

President Zelensky told the UN General Assembly that Russian evil cannot be trusted

Torture, rape, killings: An Indian state's brutal conflict

Tomba ran a mobile phone repair shop before deadly ethnic conflict erupted in May in India's north-east Manipur state.