The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un threatened military action against South Korea as she bashed Seoul on Saturday over declining bilateral relations and its inability to stop activists from floating anti-Pyongyang leaflets across the border.
Michael White, the first American detained in Iran during the Trump administration, has been released.
They wonder why they are called fake news. Sunday President Trump responded to a report from the New York Times about American intelligence learning that Russia offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for killing coalition forces including American troops, insisting that no one had briefed him, Vice President Pence, or White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on this information.
Notre Dame Cathedral’s forecourt is being opened up to the public for the first time since the devastating fire of April 15 last year.
Nations around the world have watched in horror at the five days of civil unrest in the United States following the death of a black man being detained by police. But they have not been surprised.
Wednesday President Trump said he has offered to mediate a standoff between India and China at the Himalayan border.
The European Commission has unveiled plans for a 750 billion euro ($826.5 billion) recovery fund as the region faces the worst economic crisis since the 1930s.
The U.S. military showcased its “awesome firepower” last week in the Persian Gulf, officials said, the same day it warned vessels in the Mideast against approaching within 100 yards of its warships after encounters with Iranian gunboats.
The agreement between the United States and Guatemala that allows the U.S. to send non-Guatemalan asylum seekers to Guatemala places migrants at risk, according to a report from Refugees International.