Thousands of people rallied across Australia and in the capitals of Germany and Britain to honor George Floyd and voice their support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
Before Steven Oldrid knew, it in this extraordinary year, he had become the extraordinary wreathlayer.
OPEC and allied nations agreed Saturday to extend a production cut of nearly 10 million barrels of oil a day through the end of July, hoping to encourage stability in energy markets hard hit by the coronavirus-induced global economic crisis.
South Korea on Sunday reported 57 additional cases of the coronavirus, marking a second day in a row that its daily jump is above 50 as authorities struggle to suppress a spike in infections in the densely populated Seoul area.
The former head of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement died Saturday night after a long illness. He was 62.
Malta agreed Saturday to take in some 400 migrants who had been held on chartered pleasure boats at sea pending negotiations with European Union countries to accept them.
Police in Germany say they had an easy time tracking down a petty thief, after he forgot his own son at the scene of the crime.
The new Kosovo government on Saturday lifted some recently imposed measures on Serb goods entering the country, in an effort to pave the way to resuming dialogue to improve ties with its neighbor.
Biologist Carlos Ruiz has spent a quarter-century working to save golden lion tamarins, the charismatic long-maned monkeys native to Brazil's Atlantic Forest.
At daybreak on Saturday, Charles Shay stood lonesome without any fellow veteran on the very same beach where he waded ashore 76 years ago, part of one of the most epic battles in military history that came to be known as D-Day and turned the tide of World War II.
Two conservative German lawmakers have criticized the reported U.S. decision to withdraw more than a quarter of American troops stationed in Germany.
A doctor and a father of three girls will be tried in an Egyptian criminal court after the doctor allegedly surgically removed the girls' genitalia, a rights lawyer said Saturday.
German police have detained 11 people suspected of involvement in the sexual abuse of at least three children, officials said Saturday.
Police in Kazakhstan have detained demonstrators at a series of protests around the country.
Lebanese riot police fired tear gas at protesters in central Beirut on Saturday, after a planned anti-government demonstration quickly degenerated into rioting and stone-throwing confrontations between opposing camps.
Right-wing protesters briefly confronted journalists and police in Rome on Saturday during a day of demonstrations around the country.
Muscovites clad in facemasks and gloves ventured into Red Square for an outdoor book market Saturday, a small sign of gradual efforts to open the Russian capital back up amid the country's coronavirus outbreak.
Indonesia reported nearly 1,000 new cases of the coronavirus on Saturday, a new single-day high for the country that brought its total caseload past 30,000, as the government unveiled an enhanced stimulus package worth $47.6 billion to anchor the virus-battered economy.
An Indonesian army helicopter crashed on the main island of Java on Saturday, killing four of the nine people on board, officials said.
Britain's Prince William has revealed that he has been anonymously helping out on a crisis helpline during the coronavirus lockdown.