"Depending on what happens in the world, who knows if we would not need to discuss that question in the future," Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said.
Referring to Germany's temporary seat at the United Nations Security Council, Merkel said that her country would champion "global solutions."
"They take the remains out to the ground. A skull is worth something, each finger is worth something, a hand is worth something else."
Over 54,000 U.S. Border Patrol and Customs and Border Protection agents will continue working without pay until the government shutdown ends, Democratic Representative Henry Cuellar, of Texas, said.
After Mexico announced employment opportunities in the southern part of its territory, thousands of people have allegedly begun a new journey.
"They couldn't bear the sadness," Jakelin Caal's uncle said.
Although China is encouraging couples to have more children, many consider the calls "intrusive and insensitive."
The science bureau that provides important data on such natural disasters is retaining only 75 of its 8,032 employees due to Washington's partial shutdown.
For a nation that has a substantial number of Christians, Christmas is not so much about the birth of Christ as a romantic holiday for lovers.
The announcement came less than a week after the nation's president accused the U.S. of planning an invasion, although he didn't offer any evidence.
"it is unfortunate that we are seeing now, especially during the last year, a different America with severe mismatched power and responsibility," Chinese Ambassador to the World Trade Organization, Zhang Xiangchen, told the U.S.
Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren argued that President Donald Trump must stand his ground on the construction of the border wall, but the majority of Americans think otherwise.
The mother and children in a viral photo were taken in for processing in San Diego, according to two Democratic representatives from California. However, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection has not confirmed or denied this claim.
Though U.S. relations with Latin America "were not perfect" under the Obama years, the former vice president argued that U.S. allies and trading partners in the hemisphere have faced a "torrent of antagonism" from President Donald Trump.
The control over the ionosphere has become an ambitious project for some military forces.
The administration of Andrés Manuel López Obrador wants to remind President Donald Trump that it's in Washington's best interest to help Central America financially—otherwise, Beijing may wield more power in the region.
Newsweek spoke with UNICEF USA CEO and President Caryl Stern, who visited El Barretal, a new shelter in Tijuana, Mexico, where Central Americans are still hoping to cross into the U.S.
El Nacional printed its last edition on Friday, representing another blow to Venezuela's freedom of expression. Hannity's website seemed to bask in schadenfreude.
Venezuela is likely to reach a 4 million percent inflation rate before the end of the year. Meanwhile, Venezuelans struggle to survive.
Well, that escalated quickly.
Smuggling networks recruited unemployed, poor young people to swallow up to 120 capsules containing cartel cash.
A 20-minute shootout between police officers and armed robbers caused a bloodbath in one of Brazil's most violent states.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador told reporters his administration is ensuring that migrants "do not lack food and medicine."
President Emmanuel Macron suspended a planned hike on fuel prices, but the "yellow vest" protesters said the measures were "too little too late."
The Russian leader has expressed support for strongman Nicolás Maduro, but the Kremlin did not specify what kind of aid Caracas may receive.