Donald Trump and Xi Jinping will meet for the first time on Thursday to discuss trade tensions, North Korea’s nuclear ambitions and more.
Human rights investigators said 19 states have introduced bills that would curb freedom of expression since Trump's election victory.
The U.S. president enjoys playing golf with world leaders, but Xi is unlikely to play when the pair meet in April.
The president put his name to a building built by family of Ziya Mammadov, the country’s transport minister.
The defense minister said the government must state intention not to impose sovereignty in West Bank.
Sheldon Adelson owns a newspaper in Israel and is a key donor to Benjamin Netanyahu.
Details of Israel’s security cabinet meeting on Sunday reached the press within minutes.
The Israeli leader pushed back against the right wing of his party, suggesting Trump wanted peace between Israel and Palestinians.
Trump’s action against a key ally in the fight against ISIS has caused anger and confusion in Baghdad.
The White House issued a list of 78 attacks it felt had been "underreported" by Western media.
Yemen's foreign minister said it would abide by agreements despite concern over a recent failed U.S. raid.
Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat condemns Trump's immigration ban and his silence on Israeli settlement building.
Mexico slams the concept, calling it “non-negotiable” after Trump’s team mooted a 20 percent tax proposal.
Enrique Peña Nieto reiterated that not a single peso would go towards new president’s project.
The president-elect focused on European allies in a round of interviews.
While Obama doesn't mention Trump by name in his article for the "Harvard Law Review," his intent is clear.