The Huawei chief financial officer was arrested in Vancouver in December 2018 on charges of violating US sanctions.
The US is granting two licences allowing various entities to provide humanitarian assistance to the country.
The Taliban wants to represent Afghanistan at the UN, but so does its current accredited ambassador.
As the UN kicks off an energy dialogue, the person charged with global development efforts talks to Al Jazeera.
The report puts Georgieva at risk of having her authority undermined weeks before a meeting of global finance chiefs.
Nightly student protests across Turkey against unaffordable rents are a sign of a wider cost of living crisis.
World leaders are gathering to revitalise commitments to end energy poverty for all.
One of China’s largest property firms Evergrande has debts of more than $300bn.
China has declared all crypto-related transactions illicit, in toughest blow yet to the crypto industry.
Owen Diaz alleges that his co-workers at a Tesla factory told him to ‘go back to Africa’ and used racist epithets.
The investment discussions provide further evidence of a turnaround in ties between the two countries.
Afghanistan is believed to hold more than $1 trillion worth of mineral resources but faces challenges in untapping it.
Government urges Brits against panic buying as shortage of hauliers stretches supply chains to breaking point.
The ECJ has said companies can ban religious garb in the workplace, but the ruling comes with conditions.