The Russian president's bluster was recently met with a major NATO announcement including the largest increased troop presence since the Cold War.
Ten people are confirmed dead and numerous others injured after a mall was attacked by Russian forces in central Ukraine.
World leaders pocked fun at Putin's notorious shirtless horseback photoshoot. "We've got to show them our pecs," suggested British PM Boris Johnson.
Africa has a long-term plan to tackle the root causes of recurrent emergencies. There are lessons here for the rich world as well.
Helping Ukraine and tackling Russia will be priorities at the meeting held at Schloss Elmau in Germany's Bavarian Alps.
A solid transatlantic alliance alone will not be enough to mobilize the international system to hold Russia to account for its actions over Ukraine—but it can form a strong basis from which to push other global partners to come on board and keep alive the possibility of peace with some justice.
The time for action is now—if the world is to avoid cascading political instability in the Global South sparked by rising costs for ordinary people.
Nearly six months since Biden took office, China has clearly demonstrated that Washington must shed the illusion that U.S.-China relations can return to some sort of pre-Donald Trump status quo.
A French company that partly owns and helps operate the plant claimed the radiation limits were above French safety standards, CNN reported.
Responding to concerns raised over potential human rights violations in Xinjiang, China called the scrutiny "lies, rumours and baseless accusations."
The official communique released after the G7 summit in the U.K. called out China for human rights abuses and for an investigation into the origins of COVID-19.
Despite an "incredibly partisan" split among Americans, a 57 percent majority said they believe President Joe Biden is on the right track in his approach to foreign policy.
Attenborough will address world leaders by video on the final day of the G-7 summit in England.
Jill Biden, who has accompanied President Joe Biden to Cornwall, England, for the G7 Summit, met with the Duchess of Cambridge for an engagement at a school on Friday.
As world leaders gather in Cornwall, England this week, one issue will be at the forefront of their plans: Defeat the coronavirus pandemic that has crippled the world the past year and prevent it from happening again.
The Group of Seven met Friday in Cornwall, England for the first in-person gathering in two years. The day also included a reception with Queen Elizabeth II, her son Prince Charles and her grandson Prince William.
The outfit choice was quickly compared to a jacket worn by Melania Trump during a visit to the U.S./Mexico border.
"It's wonderful to listen to the Biden administration and to Joe Biden, because there's so much they want to do together with us, from security, NATO, to climate change," Johnson said.
Leaders from the U.S., U.K., Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan will meet in Cornwall to discuss the pandemic recovery and other international issues.
The president tweeted Saturday: "Camp David is a special place. Cost of the event will be totally paid for by me!"
A legal brief that Democrats plan to file in federal court will reference Trump's recent effort to hold the G7 Summit at Trump National Doral Miami because of their belief that he continues to violate the Constitution by trying to receive money from foreign governments.
The president said he didn't need the money or the attention that would come from hosting the G7 Summit at one of his properties.
Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said last Thursday that Camp David would be a "miserable" location for the international summit.
The president was forced to U-turn over his plan to host the G7 Summit at one of his own properties.
The resolution is largely symbolic, as it's a non-binding piece of legislation. But that didn't stop more than 129 House Republicans this week from voting for a resolution to rebuke Trump's sudden withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria.
President Donald Trump's decision to host the G7 Summit at his own golf resort could be evidence of "possible corruption."
Trump's other exclusive property in south Florida, Mar-a-Lago, was also a considered venue, acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said.