The de facto leader of Sudan's military junta is bringing his bloody career to bear against the country's pro-democracy protesters.
The announcement was the first time Tehran explicitly said it was on track to violate the 2015 nuclear accord. The Pentagon said Monday it was sending an additional 1,000 troops to the Middle East.
As part of a deal to slow migration, the Mexican border city worries about an influx of asylum seekers, while asylum seekers worry about the city.
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Sérgio Moro’s popularity has fallen since the release of alleged messages with prosecutors. He questions their authenticity.
As the Iran deal unravels following the U.S. withdrawal, Tehran is putting increasing pressure on the remaining signatories.
The penalties run as high as 70 percent, affecting agricultural goods such as apples and almonds, as well as chemical and finished metal products.
Magician Chanchal Lahiri, known by his stage name, Jadugar Mandrake, is feared dead after a stunt in the Hooghly River in West Bengal, India.
Xi's visit would mark the first trip by a Chinese leader to North Korea in 14 years. China is North Korea’s most crucial ally.
The guidelines prohibit ads that play on roles deemed more female or male, as well as derogatory messages around body image.
The outbreaks occur each year in the hot weather but this summer’s toll is far higher.
Yemen’s Houthi rebels have launched a string of attacks on Saudi targets in recent weeks.
Certain states are using their position to secure unearned external income — refugee rent.
The prime minister says fighting climate change, defending Canada’s oil industry and mending strained relations with its indigenous groups “go hand in hand.”
On Iran and much else, Trump has a credibility problem.
The other hopefuls had plenty to say about the B-words: Boris and Brexit.
Egypt’s ousted President Morsi, quietly buried under heavy security in Cairo cemetery after dramatic courtroom death
Hong Kong’s government headquarters has reopened as the number of protesters dwindled to a few dozen
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam plans a news conference following massive protests against an extradition bill and calls for her to resign
South Korea says two of four North Korean fishermen who were rescued off a boat drifting in South Korean waters will remain in the country after expressing their desires to defect
The Latest: Iran extends condolences to Egyptian nation over death of ousted former President Morsi
Asian markets mixed ahead of interest rate decisions by U.S. Federal Reserve and other central banks
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