Donald Trump's National Security Adviser Flynn resigned over contact with Kislyak. Now Russia could be moving its man—and eyes are on the U.N.
As he heads to Jerusalem, Trump endangers a Mossad agent and dashes hopes of peace.
Assange has been put at risk by film-maker's failure to abide by conditions.
Trump will open the floodgates that are holding back greater chaos across the Middle East.
A British Muslim has said he is frustrated by a lack of information after being taken off a flight to the United States.
The opposition candidate Guillermo Lasso was ahead in the exit poll but Lenin Moreno is claiming victory.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio urged to remind the Kremlin that its critics are not silenced by death.
Israelis and Palestinians mean very different things by 'one state.'
Trump is now against more settlements and undecided about moving the US embassy.
Trump causes many Israelis an uncomfortable feeling in the pit of their stomachs.
The reaction to possible U.S. embassy move is a test of the world's commitment to peace, writes Hanan Ashrawi.
No reputable economist believes protectionism is good.
Palestinians expected to protest such a shift, as both Israelis and Palestinians lay claim to Jerusalem.
"No one should take any decisions which may preempt or prejudge (negotiations) because this will be the destruction of the peace process as a whole."
Police found the device in a rucksack propped up against the shutters of the ministry.
The Ecuadorian embassy in London cited concerns over the U.S. election.
The embassy will be closed to the public all Friday.
Consular offices across Europe have been overwhelmed by citizenship inquiries and passport applications.
Vira Savchenko is currently stuck in Ukraine's consulate in Russia.
Ukrainian President Poroshenko has said he is open to a prisoner swap for the pilot.
As many as 500 protesters gathered in central Kiev to support the captured pilot.
U.S. airlines can now apply to operate daily commercial routes to Havana and other Cuban cities.
The WikiLeaks founder has not left Ecuador's embassy in London since 2012, fearing extradition to the U.S.
The embassy urged extreme caution after receiving reports of an attack within 48 hours
An agreement would be the most significant expansion of toursim between the two countries in more than 50 years.
The historic moment came after more than five decades of hostility.