The chancellor is likely to be hamstrung domestically, leaving her little room for maneuver abroad.
The assailant was crossing into the West Bank settlement when he opened fire.
A movie depicting the last Russian czar in an youthful affair infuriated church activists.
Tensions between the two countries have intensified in Deir al-Zour, a key prize in the fight to shape postwar Syria.
The controversial vote could prompt new havoc in the Middle East.
"Astonishment and then indignation,” said the director of the Chadian Human Rights Association.
The apology comes after an Uber executive initially suggested that London was a bad place for a high-tech company to do business.
The vote is wildly popular among Kurds in Iraq, but it has angered allies and neighbors.
Bangladesh’s government, aid agencies and refugees themselves are totally overwhelmed.
Challenges to Assad’s grip on the presidency are receding as world powers battle for a stake in postwar Syria.
Experts say extending the measure to include the country is basically meaningless.
Disruptive AfD to enter Parliament, as Social Democrats said they would leave chancellor’s coalition.
Her consensus style of governance showed some vulnerabilities, but it carried her over the finish line.
A state-run website showed photoshopped images of North Korean missiles destroying a U.S. bomber and an aircraft carrier.
The rise of the Alternative for Germany marked a watershed moment in German politics.
Iran closed its airspace to Kurdish flights and conducted military exercises on the border, but Kurds remain upbeat about the referendum.
The threat of conflict and the presence of U.S. bombers leaves China looking on unhappily from the sidelines.
“If we win, we will struggle to establish Islamic rule,” said one leader.
French President Emmanuel Macron is laying out his vision Tuesday for a more unified Europe, with a joint budget for countries sharing the euro currency and a stronger global voice despite Brexit looming.
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Tuesday that the United States wants to resolve the standoff with North Korea diplomatically and is focused on denuclearizing Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program.
A senior Egyptian opposition figure convicted of offending public morals says his verdict is payback after he won a lawsuit against the government over two Red Sea islands that Egypt had surrendered to Saudi Arabia.
China’s foreign ministry has urged North Korea and the United States to stop their escalating war of words, warning that there will be “no winner” in the event of a conflict on the Korean Peninsula.
The Latest on the Iraqi Kurdish referendum on support for independence from Baghdad and the tensions surrounding the vote (all times local):
Qatar Airways, one of the Middle East’s biggest carriers, has announced it ordered six new Boeing aircraft in a deal valued at nearly $2.2 billion.