The foreign minister called a 10-point blueprint promoted by Kyiv ‘not feasible’, and added that a UN proposal to revive the Ukraine grain deal would not work.
Azerbaijani soldiers fired near the capital Stepanakert, the Interior Ministry of the unrecognised Republic of Artsakh said, but Baku officials say the reports are ‘completely false’.
A foreign ministry spokesman blamed the move on the Canadian government’s ‘inaction’ in dealing with security threats to its staff.
The accident occurred before dawn when the bus travelling between two Andean towns careened down a 200-metre ravine.
The dams in question are the Jaza Dam – between the partly destroyed city of Derna and Benghazi – and the Qattara Dam near Benghazi.
Ukraine says that its forces have retaken Klishchiivka, a tactically important town south of the key frontline city of Bakhmut, as it pursues a counter-attack against Russia’s grinding offensive.
More than 500 protests were planned around the world and a turnout of more than a million people is expected during Climate Week when world leaders will meet at a United Nations gathering in New York.
A global effort to assist stricken Libya gathered pace after huge flash flood slammed into the Mediterranean coastal city of Derna on Sunday.
Norwegian police say the ‘serious and complicated’ case involves an attempt to eavesdrop on the prime minister’s office in Oslo.
More than 2,000 die in the 6.8 magnitude earthquake, the strongest the country has seen in 120 years.
The US president’s trip is to focus on upgrading links between the two countries as Washington seeks to hedge against China-related risks.
The president of Japan’s biggest boy band agency admitted for the first time that its late founder, Johnny Kitagawa, sexually abused young aspiring stars.
The United States announced it was sending depleted uranium anti-tank rounds to Ukraine, to help Kyiv push through Russian lines.
Russian defence minister’s claim of Ukrainian losses comes three months into Kyiv’s counteroffensive against Moscow’s forces.
Russian forces fighting in southern Ukraine have destroyed a British-supplied Challenger 2 tank for the first time, a Russian-backed official said.
Scholz suffered minor injuries after falling while out running on Sunday, forcing him to cancel some appointments that day.
Defending champion Iga Swiatek’s defeat will cost her the top ranking after 75 weeks at the summit, while Coco Gauff is taken the distance by Caroline Wozniacki and Novak Djokovic strolls through.
Russia is recruiting migrants from Central Asia and neighbouring countries to avoid another unpopular general mobilisation, according to British intelligence.
Police say a person has died at the festival, and attendees have been told to conserve food and water and to shelter in place, after rough weather closed the gate and airport in and out of Black Rock City, Nevada.
The nuclear-capable Sarmat missiles have a short initial launch phase, allowing little time for surveillance systems to track them.
The ‘unmanned aerial vehicles were destroyed, including one Tu-141 Strizh, as well as 29 Ukrainian UAVs’, Moscow ministry said.
The Royal Gazette state journal said 74-year-old billionaire Thaksin Shinawatra had ‘accepted his crime and shown remorse’.
No 7 seed Caroline Garcia, a semi-finalist last year, is beaten by Wang Yafan, while officials in Andy Murray’s match try in vain to use the new system before abandoning it.
Rare albino puma born in Nicaragua Zoo
8-year-old archaeologist finds 1,800-year-old silver coin
It’s the hot dog eating contest!
The country’s crackdown on football continues, weeks after the former national team coach Li Tie was charged with corruption offences.
The Republican front runner is facing 13 charges over an alleged bid to overturn the state’s 2020 election results.
The crash, north of Moscow, came two months after the country’s most powerful mercenary led an abortive mutiny against the army top brass.