The election of Macron was a blow to Putin’s hopes of reshaping Europe.
Escalating tension with Iran is only emboldening anti-Western populists, who could win the election.
Although the Israeli government tells Newsweek that Trump's visit to Israel next week is going ahead as planned, officials say the relationship between the two intelligence services is "in crisis."
In the wake of DR Congo’s outbreak, an international team of researchers reviewed 37 models to develop gold-standard recommendations that minimize the spread of the disease.
The Shadow Brokers offered to sell code that could be used to hack phones and computers and say they will start dumping data on nuclear programs.
The U.K.'s ambassador to Thailand will speak Wednesday at the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia in Bangkok.
Known more for its nuclear and missile tests, North Korea has become a force in cyberwarfare.
Jordan Edwards was a good student, a high school athlete and an unarmed victim of a fatal police shooting.
Trump's joint press conference with President Erdogan was mostly notable for what he did not say.
Ancient Korean traditions meant people who were still alive were buried alongside dead kings.
The Conservative Party hopes to do more than simply win the election. It hopes to ruin the Labour Party’s future prospects too.
The fuel contains lead and can lead to brain damage.
The Freedom Party pursues a policy of “Austria first,” and is opposed to Islam and immigration.
There's no denying race matters when it comes to online dating.
The majority-Muslim region of Xinjiang has already been subject to increased government control in recent years.
Over 100 men suspected of being gay have been abducted, tortured and sometimes killed in the country, according to Amnesty International.
Sunday's test was detected by the U.S.-developed THAAD anti-missile system, despite much controversy surrounding its installation last month.
The optics alone are a gift to Turkish President Erdogan, as the U.S. and Turkey look to heal recent rifts.
Trump allegedly disclosed intel to Russian officials about an ISIS plan relating to aviation security.
Russian jets often fly near NATO territory, prompting scrambles. How is it able to make these reconnaissance flights?
Any other U.S. official would have their security clearance revoked and could face criminal charges.
The Rohingya Muslims are one of the most persecuted ethnic groups in the world.
Trump’s threat to Comey is a clear breach of the law.
The newly-elected Somali president has declared war on the Islamist militants while offering an amnesty to disaffected fighters.
Yoav Galant says the Syrian government is the worst regime since the Nazis.
What would have been the marginal benefit of some secret communication?
“Use American newspapers for a variety of things, but you should not be reading them,” foreign ministry spokeswoman said.
Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Japan, and China all claim parts of the South China Sea.
Israel was reportedly worried that top secret information may pass to Russia, then Iran.
Pyongyang has over 100 restaurants worldwide and is believed to use the profits to bankroll its weapons program.