Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison will soon announce changes to his Cabinet after a scandal-tarnished colleague was elevated to deputy prime minister
Germany is opening a museum exploring the fate of millions of Germans forced to leave eastern and central Europe at the end of World War II, along with other forced displacements of the 20th and 21st centuries
The Rev. Lee Dong-hwan, suspended by the Korean Methodist Church for two years over a blessing he gave at a queer festival, has become a central figure in a movement that hopes to transform the church in South Korea.
Authorities in Oregon said a man suspected of killing three people during a violent spree over the weekend is now in police custody.
An extraordinary congress called by the Norwegian Football Federation voted to reject a boycott of the event.
With exploitative interest frowned upon in Islamic law, bankers are quitting traditional banks, creating hiring woes.
Acting PM claims victory in polls he called in an effort to defuse a political crisis following war with Azerbaijan.
A day after officials suspended search for two people missing following a tubing incident in North Carolina last week a body of one of the missing tubers was found.
On June 21, 2005, a Mississippi jury convicted 80-year-old former KKK leader Edgar Ray Killen of manslaughter in the 1964 killings of three civil rights workers.
Britain's Prince William turns 39 and actor Juliette Lewis turns 48, among the famous birthdays for June 21.
Abiy Ahmed is hoping to secure a popular mandate, but polls are not being held in war-torn Tigray.
NZ weightlifter Laurel Hubbard is headed for Tokyo but critics say she has an unfair advantage.
Ministers urge people to follow yoga but ask them to avoid big gatherings to mark the day.