The intervention highlights a crucial distinction between the French presidential election and last November’s vote in the U.S.
Yoweri Museveni believes he will go down in history for the right reasons.
The notion the UK would be allowed to cherry-pick from the EU’s rules was always pie in the sky.
Seoul now has an “early capability” to defend against North Korea's nuclear missile threat.
Rights groups fear country is allegedly persecuting critics following Hakainde Hichilema's treason trial.
The party deputy said a controversial speech was a deliberate "nod" to one given by rival François Fillon.
Matthew Bryce was plucked from the water by the coast guard Monday night.
Pyongyang spoke out after U.S. bombers carried out training drills with South Korean and Japanese forces.
The opposition condemned the proposed creation of a new popular assembly as a power-grab.
His first donation will be used for the construction and operation of a ship to research ocean conditions and clean-up.
Populism is proof of the clash between a globalized world and national democracies.
Extremists on both sides, Israeli and Palestinian, have made “peace” a dirty word.
Most Russians today associate Josef Stalin with orderly and stable governance.
The assault on USAID–backed soft-power agencies has been ignored by Trump and Tillerson.
The April 4 attack on Khan Sheikhoun killed more than 90 people, including 30 children.
The North called Israel's defense minister's comments "reckless" and accused it of disrupting peace in the Middle East.
The Iraqi army's chief of staff said the Islamic State group (ISIS) only controlled 3.8 percent of Iraq.
Turkey and India’s leaders pledged tightening economic and counterterrorism ties.
The Philippines is currently involved in a maritime dispute with China over its interests in the South China Sea, although Duterte is attempting to forge closer ties with the country.
The font is meant to be a paean to "self-expression," but critics aren't convinced.
The National Front leader took six points off the En Marche candidate's lead prior to the second-round run-off vote.
A new report accuses multibillion dollar companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter of "expecting the taxpayer to bear the costs of keeping their platforms and brand reputations clean of extremism."
The director said the U.S. "can't be trusted" on claims about Russia hacking the election.
The country has carried out five nuclear tests in defiance of U.N. Security Council resolutions.
Donald Trump has not ruled out the possibility of military action against North Korea.
Lopez-Sanchez’s mental illness is the cause of the tragedy, not his immigration status.
The French far-right leader's extreme Euroskepticism would pose an existential threat to the bloc.
To an authoritarian, rules that block what he wants to do are always “bad for the country.”
The Trump administration says the U.S. needs help from the controversial Philippine leader to tackle North Korea.
Independent monitoring groups put the toll much higher.