The suspension comes amid a backlog of cases that's left people looking to travel frustrated.
Foreign Minister Jakub Kulhanek said that Russia will have to limit its number of diplomats to the same number that the Czechs have at their embassy in Moscow.
The video captured by security cameras shows Xiang Xueqiu, the wife of the Belgian Ambassador to South Korea Peter Lescouhier, slapping a store worker after Xiang was thought to be a shoplifter.
"I have made the case that China poses the greatest geopolitical threat to the United States for the next century," the Republican senator said.
Senators have proposed a bill to rename the street of China's U.S. embassy after the coronavirus whistleblower.
An Arizona mom was reported missing on Saturday, while camping, during a three-day catamaran tour in Belize.
All 176 people aboard the flight are believed to have been killed in the incident, which occurred soon after the aircraft left Tehran's international airport for Kiev.
Demonstrators caused havoc at the U.S. Embassy in Iraq after retaliatory American airstrikes killed 25 members of an Iran-backed militia.
Over 100 Marines have been deployed Tuesday to the American embassy in Iraq as reinforcements after Iranian-backed protesters attempted to storm the compound.
A State Department spokesperson said U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Matt Tueller had been on "previously scheduled travel for a week" and claimed reports of his evacuation were false.
After years of budget cuts, Israeli diplomats and military attaches have gone on strike, leaving embassies and consulates closed.
The New York Times said it was forced to turn to Ireland to help one of its reporters escape imminent arrest in Egypt, because the Trump administration failed to act.
At least six people were killed and more than 200 injured as demonstrators contested President Joko Widodo's re-election.
The tactic might sound transparent, even laughable. But the Russiophobia smear has a long and nefarious history.
The United States has called on Venezuela's Nicolás Maduro to step down, but Russia is backing him.
The diplomat was expelled after his home country refused to allow prosecution in the U.K.
Ecuadorian President Lenín Moreno said the U.K. has promised not to extradite wanted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
"The only time I've been in court was for jury service, and now I've been treated like a criminal," said the 70-year-old.
Ankara has previously renamed streets in order to make a political point against its rivals.
Angry anti-Russian demonstrators set fires and threw smoke bombs and flares outside the compound.
Ecuadorean officials cut off Assange's internet connection and phone lines in March.
Critics say the prime minister is using the issue to win the Jewish vote in a crucial by-election.
The Embassy of Ecuador in London cut the WikiLeaks founder's web access in March, accusing him of damaging Ecuador's relations with other nations.
"Iran is the origin of the current threat to Americans in Iraq," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told reporters Wednesday.
Speculation has mounted since last month that Assange's time at the embassy was coming to an end.
The president's initial estimate was $250,000, but the project has cost more than $20 million so far.
The U.S. government has issued travel warnings for both London and Edinburgh as President Donald Trump visits the U.K. this week.