China has passed a series of restrictive laws in Xinjiang which it claims are aimed at combatting religious extremism.
“The Russians are actively involved in the French elections,” Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr warned Wednesday.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley said the U.S. was no longer interested in pursuing regime change in Syria.
Researchers discovered three different flavor profile in cannabis genes.
The U.K. wants an outcome other EU leaders haven’t sought and have little incentive to make easy.
The insurer Lloyd's of London, a veteran London firm, has announced it will open a Brussels office.
Tillerson and Turkish officials attempted to downplay their differences over the role Kurdish forces would play in Syria.
China is seeking to transform its military from a massive, land-based army of 2.3 million troops into a modern, high-tech force able to defend the homeland and interests overseas.
"But no matter how hard Beijing tries, it won't be able to take on all the responsibilities that Washington refuses to take," read an editorial from a state-run newspaper.
“Our assessment is that the North is ready to conduct the nuclear test when they get the green light from Kim Jong Un,” Lee Duck-haeng, a spokesman for South Korea's Unification Ministry, told reporters Wednesday.
The pair will meet for the first time in the U.S. president's Florida holiday resort.
The U.S. president enjoys playing golf with world leaders, but Xi is unlikely to play when the pair meet in April.
"Hardline conservative lawmakers of the U.S. Congress have dared to take on our greatest dignity," a spokesman reportedly said.
The Chinese defense ministry said that, despite an upcoming massive arms deal from President Donald Trump, there was 'no way out' for Taiwan.
Palestinians say the move “sabotages” President Trump’s early peace moves.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he would meet with President Donald Trump if Finland invited both world leaders to an Arctic Council summit in May.
Putin, thinking he was quoting Ronald Reagan, said "Read my lips—no," to deny he meddled with the U.S. election.
The British people voted for Brexit partly because leaving the EU would let them 'take back control of our laws.'
The body of the North Korean leader's brother is thought to be on Malaysia Airlines flight MH360 to Beijing, en route to North Korea.
China accounts for the majority of foreign investment in Uganda.
Jens Spahn called for a law to regulate the religion, saying that German mosques are too opaque.
Egypt is a key ally of the United Arab Emirates.
The ANC’s top brass is divided on whether Zuma should fire the finance minister.
The university aims to “redress the balance” that favored “dead white males” in the past.
Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn and Donald Trump have been accused of nothing less than treason.
Rights groups say the move sends a dangerous signal.
The former prime minister resigned after failing to secure a Remain vote.
The fall of the Syrian city could signal the end of ISIS’s state-building project.
The U.S. president's son-in-law is among those called to answer questions about alleged Russian tampering in the election.
The Russian leader visited Franz Josef Land, before arriving at an Arctic forum in Arkhangelsk.