The former UKIP leader said current leader Paul Nuttall had "six weeks to prove himself."
Police and vigilantes have killed around 9,000 people in Duterte's war on drugs, which began last summer.
North Korea regularly threatens to destroy Japan, South Korea and the U.S.
As the U.S. launches a review of its Tehran policy, Tillerson accused Iran of "alarming ongoing provocations" to destabilize countries in the Middle East.
Al-Qaeda is presenting itself as a “moderate” alternative to ISIS’s indiscriminate barbarism.
Russia's Deputy Prime Minister promised Moscow wasn't building a Terminator, then shared a video of a new android firing two pistols at once.
A Russian government think tank controlled by Vladimir Putin developed a plan to swing the 2016 election for Donald Trump.
Military action in the Korean Peninsula could force North Korea's Kim Jong Un or President Donald Trump into a prolonged conflict.
President Vladimir Putin has previously been critical of the Soviet state's founder, but Russians don't seem to agree.
India's Supreme Court has ruled that LK Advani and three other BJP veterans will face charges over 1992 destruction of the Babri Mosque.
Beijing's military reforms come amid heightened tensions between North Korea and the U.S.
The white and marmalade kitten was rescued by Turkish soldiers in al-Bab.
The coalition known informally as the Muslim NATO is preparing to hold its first major meeting to define its structure and mission.
The Christian incumbent Ahok was accused of blasphemy after a doctored video of a speech he made went viral.
The actor has not starred in the franchise since 2007.
Venezuelans have seen mass protests over food shortages, economic woes and Nicolas Maduro's rule, which they liken to a dictatorship.
An unusually high number of the ice formations has drifted into the waters off eastern Canada in recent weeks.
No democratic leader congratulated Erdogan on his win except Trump.
The U.N. rights chief said that the International Criminal Court will launch an investigation if the government fails to do so.
Pope Francis is expected to address the International Peace Conference in Cairo at the end of April.
Two of the three major ratings agencies have downgraded South Africa to junk status; only Moody’s has not, yet.
Since the 2010 earthquake, Haiti has suffered from an epidemic of sexual violence—but more and more women are sharing their stories.
Barghouti hopes to succeed Abbas as leader of the Palestinians.
73 percent of respondents said they were concerned that they or someone they know will be a victim of the war on drugs.
Opposition politicians were highly critical of the Daily Mail's front page on Theresa May's call for a general election.
In Israel and the West Bank, private security guards are increasingly common, from tightly patrolled government buildings to illegal Jewish settlements.
He may be leaving parliament, but it is likely his career as a critic of the prime minister is only just beginning.
A Republican representative from Illinois called the incident “a show of force by the Russians to show us that they are still here."
Unaccompanied children are selling sex to escape the migrant camps in Greece.
For the first time since the Black Hawk Down incident, regular U.S. troops are going to Somalia.