Despite the government's iron fist, Egyptians are still intent on taking to the streets.
Nick Burns also said the president's efforts with Ukraine and China are "one of the worst things he's ever done to our democracy."
State Department spokesperson Joel Rayburn said "that an authoritarian regime cannot kill its way out of a crisis it has created," but Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov called U.S. intervention "illegal."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have filed a lawsuit against one newspaper, while Harry rebuked the media's treatment of his wife Monday.
Beijing aims to become the world's dominant military force, and its rapid progress took the Pentagon by surprise.
Extinction Rebellion said they used an out-of-commission fire engine to spray 475 gallons of fake blood—made from water colored with food dye—on the Treasury building in Westminster, London.
President Donald Trump called out poor countries for being "s***holes." Yes, there are terrible places to live. And, yes, it is easy to build a wall and say figure it out on your own. But we can't.
The Trump Organization had planned to develop new villas and housing on land next to its golf resort in Scotland.
Defense arguments have opened in the Australian case of a man accused of setting his wife on fire.
"What do we have to do with this? It proves once again that we had nothing to do with this since the very beginning," Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
Saudi Arabia has denied Iran's claims of receiving official messages from the kingdom, but once again, Iraq sought to play a role in mediating the Middle Eastern feud.
The U.S. is becoming increasingly unhappy, according to the latest edition of the annual World Happiness Report.
Western European cities dominate Mercer's annual Quality of Living survey. The top U.S. city comes in at 34th.
Geneva Auto Show 2019: Ridiculously Fast and Incredibly Expensive Supercars and Hypercars, in Pictures
The high-end performance cars on show in Geneva range from the hundreds of thousands of dollars to more than $18 million.
"Well, you got rid of Pelosi and you got rid of shifty Schiff. Finland is a happy country," Trump said, adding that Finnish President Sauli Niinistö is "a happy leader, too."
So far, Trump has held his fire, wary of igniting a much wider Middle East war that some supporters warn could sink his chances for reelection. But analysts say the region is headed for a major conflagration despite the president's restraint.
Ankara had the motive to maintain leverage over Saudi Arabia, but needed to row back on its criticism of the murder, says journalist.
Scott Morrison has defended his response to Trump's request for help as an impeachment inquiry involves Australia.
In a letter to Thunberg, Vasily Vlasov, deputy of the Duma State, said young people will not let themselves be "condemned to extinction."
Tweet proclaiming "we're selling milkshakes all weekend" was sent ahead of Brexit Party leader's appearance in Scotland.
In a statement Tuesday, Prince Harry said he's been a "silent witness" to Meghan's "private suffering for too long."
Pompeo was shaking hands with the Italian Prime Minister when a protester approached with a block of Parmigiano Reggiano.
Iraq and Syria have boosted relations despite the U.S. opposing the latter's government and attempting to curb the influence of their mutual ally Iran.
Under the new law, online media outlets, including social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, will be forced to issue corrections and remove content that the Singaporean government determines to be untrue, according to Reuters.