President Donald Trump spoke to Japanese and Chinese leaders over a possible response to North Korea actions.
Social media users have started calling newborn infants after the country they back in the Qatar-Saudi diplomatic stand off.
"If we simply try to carry on as we have in the past, the worldwide developments will definitely not be sustainable and inclusive," Merkel said.
The dismal showing for Abe's party is also a stinging rebuke of his 4-1/2-year-old administration.
Duterte said he would ignore a Supreme Court decision on the legality of his martial law regime.
Trump is reluctant to commit the U.S. to Iraq-style nation building, but formerly ISIS-held towns in Syria are reliant on the U.S. for food, reconstruction and more.
Russia and China are seeking greater military ties and have begun joint drills in the Baltic Sea, where NATO is highly active.
Erdogan is implementing his own theory of regression—but Turkish society will suffer when science is so undermined.
Nigerians’ views of Trump are among the most favorable in the world. Maybe it’s down to the fact that their own president has gone missing.
The British empire was responsible for the deaths, torture and enslavement of millions of people.
Trump is making us villains abroad and gratuitously cruel at home.
The 100 meter diameter circular structure was built using stones dragged by men and horses some 3,000 years ago.
The team had travelled hundreds of miles on a perilous trip to secure a visa to travel to a Washington D.C. international robotics competition, only to have their dreams smashed.
The day comes before the 20th anniversary of her death, on August 31.
A cyberattack, an assassination and a war without end. All fingers point to Putin
Amid renewed political tensions with the U.S., China has reportedly pursued a military buildup on the disputed Spratly Islands.
It's been two decades since the U.K. handed Hong Kong to China and there have been some big changes.
Amid renewed pressure from Donald Trump, China has become defensive about its foreign policy positions, including protection of North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
People who use a phone are less attentive toward obstacles, a study shows.
How and when the meeting goes ahead depends on Putin's already busy schedule, the Kremlin asserts.
Elected a year ago, one of Philippine president's campaign pledges was to rid the country of "sons of bitches" drug users and dealers.
Despite thousands of “spontaneous returns” by displaced Syrians, the United Nations doesn’t think the country is safe yet.
The new land mass has been nicknamed Shelly Island.
Despite Iran’s role in fighting the Islamic State militant group and its compliance with a 2015 nuclear deal, its citizens have been banned from the U.S.
It is not the first time Russians have turned up in Ukraine under suspicious circumstances.
Netanyahu’s message to diaspora Jews: You no longer have a seat at the table.
The beneficiaries of America’s “degrade and destroy” strategy will be Iran and Assad.
Every time we vaporize a terrorist leader, we vaporize all the intelligence in their brains.
The 4,500-strong deployment and wider strategy is "fully operational," NATO's secretary general announced.
Vietnam's Communist government is accused of a draconian crackdown on free speech.