Germany has ticked above one million confirmed coronavirus cases.

Germany Passes One Million Cases, Could Be Under Lockdown Until Spring

Germany's economy minister said the next three to four months will show how long COVID-19 restrictions must stay in place.


1:05Iranian protesters burn pictures of President Trump and President-Elect Biden
Vahid Salemi / AP

Iran's Supreme Leader Vows Vengeance For Killing Of Nuclear Scientist

0:53EU Negotiator Michel Barnier walks by an iconic UK phone booth
Frank Augstein / AP

Britain, EU Scramble For A Deal Weeks Before Brexit Transition Ends

1:54Mourning fans wave at the caravan carrying the remains of Diego Maradona to his resting place in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
AP / Rodrigo Abd

Fans Mourn Soccer Legend Diego Maradona As 'Man Of The People'

0:26The scene where Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was killed in Absard, a small city just east of the capital, Tehran, Iran.
Fars News Agency / AP

Top Iranian Nuclear Scientist Assassinated Near Tehran

2:32A restaurant in Stockholm, Sweden, on Nov. 20, 2020.
AP / TV4

Virus Surge Tests Sweden's Soft-Touch Approach

3:00President-elect Joe Biden behind a podium
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Urgent National Security Matters Await Pres.-Elect Joe Biden

0:33Mourners gather for the funeral prayer of Khadim Hussein Rizvi.
Waleed Ahmed / AP

Funeral of Radical Pakistani Cleric Attracts Massive Turnout

1:38An Iranian cemetery worker prepares new graves at the Behesht-e-Zahra cemetery just outside Tehran, Iran.
Ebrahim Noroozi / AP

Iran Enacts New Restrictions as It Experiences Its Worst Virus Surge

0:25Ugandan security forces patrol a street

At Least 37 People Have Died In Protests In Uganda

1:17U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, left, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Maya Alleruzzo / AP

Pompeo Becomes 1st U.S. Secy. Of State To Visit West Bank Settlement

0:23Commuters wearing face masks to protect against the spread of the coronavirus walk on a street in Tokyo, Japan
Koji Sasahara / AP

Japan Reports Record Cases Of COVID-19

0:24An honor guard is formed at Defence Headquarters in Canberra, Australia
Australian Associated Press / AP

Report: Australian Troops Killed 39 Afghans In "Blooding" Practice

0:32Men wade through a street flooded after the passing of Hurricane Iota in La Lima, Honduras, Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020.
Delmer Martinez / AP

Iota's Devastation Becomes Clearer In Nicaragua And Honduras

2:43President-elect Joe Biden speaks about economic recovery on Monday, Nov. 16, 2020, in Wilmington, Del.
AP Photo/Andrew Harnik

How Will Joe Biden Change Foreign Policy?

0:37A man watches the rising waters of the Rio Bermejo in the wake of Hurricane Iota
Delmer Martinez / AP

At Least Six Dead After Hurricane Iota Devastates Nicaragua

0:23Pro-democracy protesters wears a mask and protective helmet outside Police headquarters during a rally in Bangkok, Thailand

Pro-democracy Protesters In Bangkok Rally Outside Parliament

0:31An army soldier inspects the scene of the rocket attack at the gate of al-Zawra public park in Baghdad, Iraq
Khalid Mohammed / AP

Rocket Attack On Baghdad's Green Zone Kills Child, Injures 5 Others

0:28A Boeing 737 Max jet prepares to land at Boeing Field following a test flight in Seattle on Sept. 30, 2020.
Elaine Thompson / AP

FAA Lifts Ban On Boeing 737 Max

0:25The logo of the World Health Organization

WHO Investigating Coronavirus Outbreak At Headquarters

0:48Wendy Guadalupe Contreras who was left homeless after the last storm hit the area, comforts her son in Honduras before Iota.
Delmer Martinez / AP

Hurricane Iota Makes Landfall In Nicaragua

1:22Relatives hug each other through a plastic film screen and a glass to avoid contracting COVID-19, at a nursing home in Italy.
Filippo Ciappi/LaPresse via AP

Some European Lockdowns Appear To Be Flattening COVID-19 Spread

0:36French police officers in a Paris courthouse
Francois Mori / AP

Trial Begins For 2015 ISIS Train Attack In France

0:33Protesters in Peru
Rodrigo Abd / AP

Peru Left Without A President After Political Chaos

0:54U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson
Tolga Akmen / AP

Boris Johnson Self-Isolating For 14 Days After Contact Tests Positive

0:33People wade through a flooded road in the aftermath of Hurricane Eta in Planeta, Honduras.
Delmer Martinez / AP

Honduras And Nicaragua Brace For Hurricane Iota

0:48Vietnam's Prime Minister and Minister of Trade sign deal
Hau Dinh / AP

Fifteen Asian-Pacific Countries Form Powerful Trade Bloc

1:04People wear masks in Austria
Ronald Zak / AP

Austria To Enforce Strict Lockdown After New COVID-19 Cases Record

1:03French Prime Minister Jean Castex looks inside a patient's room in a French hospital.
Frederick Florin / AP

France Sees Drop in Coronavirus Hospitalizations Amid Second Lockdown

0:39A man carries a child across a street in the capital Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Mulugeta Ayene / AP

Airports Bombed In Ethiopia's Tigray Region Amid Fears Of Civil War

0:30Phillipines residents walk through mud and debris
Aaron Favila / AP

Typhoon Kills At Least 42 In Philippines