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.
The GOP senator says human rights are a pillar of U.S. foreign policy but didn't vote to end U.S. support for a war that has caused a widespread famine and a cholera outbreak.
BFM TV shocked viewers when it played “I Shot the Sheriff” while covering the killing of Strasbourg shooting suspect Cherif Chekatt.
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.
Seven-year-old Jackeline Caal of Guatemala died of apparent dehydration, shock and exhaustion in what the U.S. calls “a very sad example of the dangers of this journey.”
Venezuela is likely to reach a 4 million percent inflation rate before the end of the year. Meanwhile, Venezuelans struggle to survive.
Russia and China's efforts to boost bilateral ties have also drawn other regional powers, but Asia's complex political dynamics meant there were no clear alliances.
"She would have been a legitimate target for FISA [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act] surveillance,” Asha Rangappa explained. “Anyone talking to her at that time would be captured on that as well."
Butina pleaded guilty on Thursday.
The tone from most Republicans and even some Democrats on Thursday seemed to be toeing the line with the administration.
"We are not going to become the first victims of the climate crisis,” Mohamed Nasheed told the international conference. “Climate change is a national security issue for us."
Nuclear-capable Russian bombers flew over the Caribbean as a Venezuelan politician warned his country’s opposition that “the devil” has arrived.
Throughout China, there has been an increasing perception that the arrest of Huawei's CFO was a “political kidnapping” carried out in conjunction with the United States.
John Bolton, Trump's national security adviser, has laid out the administration’s strategy for Africa.
“Mexico and the U.S. have done—and can do—great things together, but the one thing Mexico will not be doing with the U.S. is building a wall along our common border,” Arturo Sarukhan said.
“John Bolton has been assigned with the job organizing my assassination,” said the Venezuelan president, providing no evidence.
"U.S. foreign policy bought and sold here," said one message projected onto the front of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.
“Once again the GOP is using parliamentary tricks to block our effort to end the devastating war in Yemen. Every 10 minutes a Yemeni child is dying,” Democratic Representative Ro Khanna tweeted following the vote.
Already suffering heavy casualties in their fight against ISIS, the U.S.-backed Kurds are bracing for Turkish attacks “within a few days.”
The comments were strange from a country “half of whose military budget would be enough to feed the whole of Africa,” a Kremlin spokesman said.
Seoul's Defense Ministry said that the "inter-Korean field verification was held in a friendly atmosphere."
Although the number of homicides this year may be high for London, which has a population of more than 8 million, it the homicide rate is still significantly lower than in many major U.S. cities.
Iran's envoy to the U.N. accused the U.S. secretary of state of "fabrication, disinformation and evoking irrelevant criteria."
Trump told Reuters on Tuesday that he could intervene in the ongoing case of Chinese Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, who was detained on December 1 in Vancouver, if it would help him make a trade deal with Beijing.
The president's staunch support of Saudi Arabia was undermined by his own U.N. ambassador.
Well, that escalated quickly.
Assad accepted the credentials of newly appointed ambassadors Tigran Gevorgyan of Armenia and José Gregorio Biomorgi Muzattiz of Venezuela.
“When he says things that aren't accurate on TV, I'm going to interrupt [him],” Marie Harf said.