By VICTOR ORDDONEZ and BOB WOODRUFF, ABC News (LONDON) -- The U.K. plans to postpone giving the required second dose of their authorized vaccines by up to 12 weeks -- an attempt to hasten distribution of the first dose. This public experiment is... Read More.
By KATIE KINDELAN, ABC News(LONDON) -- Prince William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are back to homeschooling their two oldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, amid new restrictions in the United Kingdom due to the coronavirus... Read More.
By JULIA MACFARLANE and ALEEM AGHA, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- For Afghans, 2021 began with what occurred too often over the past year: the assassination of a journalist.Bismillah Adel Aimaq was shot on New Year's Day by unknown gunmen. His... Read More.
By KIRIT RADIA and ALLIE YANG, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- As the country watched thousands of pro-Trump protesters storm the United States Capitol Wednesday afternoon, leaders around the world publically condemned their actions.Several foreign embassies in Washington, D.C., have... Read More.
By JOOHEE CHO and HAKYUNG KATE LEE, ABC News (SEOUL, South Korea) -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in an unprecedented move during the first day of the communist regime's largest political gathering, acknowledged that his economic development plan for the country... Read More.
By BRITT CLENNETT and KARSON YIU, ABC News (HONG KONG) -- Dozens of Hong Kong opposition figures, including an American lawyer, were detained on subversion charges Wednesday in what activists see as a brazen attempt to clamp down on any remaining dissent in... Read More.
By VICTOR ORDONEZ and GERRY WAGSCHAL, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- COVID-19 travel bans and harsher media restrictions have provided the Chinese government some shade from the international spotlight in the wake of the country’s alleged human rights abuses.Experts, however, say... Read More.
By JOOHEE CHO, ABC News(SEOUL, South Korea) -- The number of deaths in South Korea exceeded the amount of babies born there last year for the first time in the country's history, prompting calls for stronger policies and incentives to... Read More.
By LUIS MARTINEZ, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump directed acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller to return the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz and its carrier strike group to the Middle East, reversing Miller's decision last week to bring the carrier home, according... Read More.
By JULIA MACFARLANE, ABC News(LONDON) -- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange cannot be extradited to the United States, a judge in the U.K. ruled Monday.Judge Vanessa Baraitser delivered the judgement at the central criminal court in London. The U.S.... Read More.
BY: KIRIT RADIA, ABC NEWS (TEHRAN, Iran.) — The United Nations' nuclear watchdog said Friday that Iran has informed them that it plans to enrich uranium up to 20% purity, the level it reached before the 2015 nuclear deal -- and an amount... Read More.
By ALINA LOBZINA, ABC News (MOSCOW) -- In a rare sight in the pandemic era, the grandiose auditorium of the Bolshoi in Moscow started filling up with people arriving to see the legendary Nutcracker ballet on a December night.The number of... Read More.