A tower of smoke rose from a building, where repairs were being done to a gas boiler, and billowed through Toledo Street near the city's center.
The chasm between the two superpowers deepened considerably over the last 4 years, but one veteran Chinese analyst sees clear opportunities "to reengage."
The Obama administration rejected the pipeline, but President Trump revived it and has been a strong supporter.
Five people were killed in the blaze, but the head of the Serum Institute of India said the incident would not impact production of the coronavirus vaccine.
U.K. government pushes legislation to prevent "town hall militants and woke worthies" from relocating controversial monuments after BLM protests.
Military commander blames ISIS for the carnage, saying the battered group was trying to "prove its existence."
With a major national holiday looming, which typically sees tens of millions travel across the country, authorities are taking drastic measures.
As the Taliban talks peace, Afghan and U.S. officials say it's using the targeted slaughter of Afghanistan's journalists for leverage.
"After 4 long years, Europe has a friend in America," said one top EU leader. But will our oldest friends ever think of us as they did before?
Germany's Foreign Minister thinks so, and he's not alone, but his fellow cabinet members, and many experts say vaccination shouldn't bring privileges.