An official said the attack was carried out by a suicide bomber and that the target was a gathering of Sunni Muslims in a large hotel to commemorate the anniversary of the prophet Muhammad’s birth.
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Carlos Ghosn, a French citizen of Lebanese origins, also serves as chairman of Mitsubishi Motors and chairman and chief executive of Renault.
Ambassador Daniel Mullhall reads a poem at a service marking the 100th anniversary of World War I. (Katherine Frey/The Post)
Ambassador Daniel Mullhall reads a poem at a service marking the 100th anniversary of World War I. (Katherine Frey/The Post)
As London's links to the European Union are severed, Ireland hopes to become America's gateway to the continent. Seeking to expand its diplomatic mission in Washington, the Irish government closed a deal this month to buy a building once used by the Egyptian Embassy.

Several of the activists were also subjected to sleep deprivation, said people familiar with the incidents.

The State Department is set to invest millions to deradicalize fighters in Niger.

About 5,800 active-duty service members are deployed across the southern U.S. border, Pentagon officials said.

In a major speech on Brexit, Theresa May called Europeans in Britain queue jumpers. People got upset.

The British prime minister sparks a backlash over her suggestion that E.U. workers in Britain jumped the queue and don't belong.

Trump says it took too long to find bin Laden, but where is Islamic State leader Baghdadi?

Trump's criticism of retired Adm. William H. McRaven has triggered a fierce backlash.

China’s road to global leadership gets bumpy

Battles at this year's APEC summit exposed the limits of Chinese soft power.

The Chinese leader traded barbs with Vice President Pence last week. Then he hit the road.

President may not be focused on security, but others in the administration are concerned.

The move could limit U.S. assistance and prohibit financial transactions.

Border crews and troops have strung up more than 12 miles of concertina wire as groups of migrants from a caravan out of Central America wait on the Mexican side to seek asylum.

“I cried all the way,” one villager said. “We left everything behind.”

The founders of Australia's White magazine said it is "no longer economically viable" after standing by their decision not to feature same-sex couples.

Ghosn is regarded as one of auto industry’s top executives, and one of the highest paid. 

Former soldier Oh Chong Song, who almost died while trying to flee North Korea, made the statement in his first interview with foreign news media.

A painting found buried under a tree in the Romanian countryside raises more questions than it answers.

Education Minister Naftali Bennett backtracks on threats to bring down Netanyahu government

#RakeAmericaGreatAgain? Finland's president denied telling Trump that his country rakes its forests. Trump may have gotten the idea from watching TV.

While massive fires hit Sweden this summer, neighboring Finland managed to avoid them.

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