Russia is arms dealing with the likes of Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates in a region in which Moscow was increasingly being seen as the top diplomatic power.
"The Trump administration was never focused on promoting peace, but instead on propping up Netanyahu's and Trump's careers," Rabbi Alissa Wise said.
As North Korean leader Kim Jong Un observed parachute landings, a foreign ministry adviser warned the U.S. that "we are no longer interested in such talks that bring nothing to us."
The man is on trial for a long-running scheme where he pretended to be a scientist or doctor and offered cash to subjects who would run voltage through their naked feet.
Iranian Information and Communications Technology Minister Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi confirmed that Iran's Supreme National Security Council ordered internet service to be suspended amid unrest.
Mount Merapi in Indonesia erupted at 10.46 a.m. local time on Sunday, the National Disaster Mitigation Agency said.
Few cities face the kind of challenges that Freetown faces.
A combination of tech savvy, urban planning and public support were key.
Butina served 18 months in a Florida prison for trying to infiltrate the NRA and build ties with high-ranking U.S. conservatives.
The leader of the K-pop band Seventeen will be taking a break from activities due to health concerns after experiencing symptoms of anxiety.
The University of Toronto Graduate Students' Union has apologized after being accused of anti-semitism over its refusal to support a campaign to make kosher food available on campus.
"We have concluded that the real intention of ISIS is to begin a mission they're calling 'break down the fences,'" Iraq's Lieutenant General Saad al-Allaq said.
View staggering images of the D-Day invasion, one of World War II's most important battles.
Travelers have the ability to boycott places and events in order to force them to make ethical and moral changes. Or, alternatively, travelers can choose to visit those countries that have put in place good ethical practices, in order to encourage other destinations to follow suit.
"Nature provides the real experience. We just made it more accessible," says the architect of Camp Adventure's new observation deck.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised immigration reform if he wins the United Kingdom's upcoming election.
The fast food chain in New Zealand is among a number of companies that miscalculated holiday pay after legislation changed and may have to pay out 90 million New Zealand dollars ($57 million).
Israel Folau, who was fired by Rugby Australia over homophobic posts, has claimed the bushfires that have devastated Australia are God's punishment for legalizing abortion and same-sex marriage.
The music producer and Black Eyed Peas frontman took to Twitter to complain about the behavior of a flight attendant on a Qantas Airways flight from Brisbane to Sydney in Australia.
"Even if, hypothetically, the government says we're going to implement all the reforms that you want, they're not going to trust them," Kareem Chehayeb, a journalist and activist, told Newsweek.
Jason Brown, 37, is accused of providing $1,500 to a confidential informant with the understanding that the money would be wired to a front-line ISIS soldier.
China's Center for Disease Control took to social media to reassure citizens that chances of catching the communicable disease were "extremely low."
"What you are doing is not illegal, but it is wrong," a Rabbi pleaded with the auction house last week.
Emily Maitlis, who spoke to Prince Andrew on Thursday, said the royal got permission for the interview from the highest person in Buckingham Palace—his mother, the queen.
After nearly three decades, the U.S. is considering removing Sudan from its list of terrorist sponsor states after a change in government.