The call is the first known contact between a U.S. president or president-elect with a Taiwanese leader since 1979.
Experts wonder if the conversation between President-elect Trump and Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-Wen was a slip-up or a major signal by the incoming U.S. administration.
Many thought Yahya Jammeh would be a dictator for life, but he was beaten by an opponent with little political experience.
A candidate in Sunday’s election seems to be reading from Donald Trump’s playbook.
“The biggest pain of an artist in prison is to be forgotten.”
On Friday, Russia's Federal Security Service said it had discovered foreign plans to attack Russia's banking system. No evidence, nor suspected nation, was revealed.
In the West, nationalism is cloaked in myths of an imperial past.
The largely symbolic measures appear unlikely to make Pyongyang abandon its nuclear weapons program.
Authorities prepared Thursday to transport home the bodies of dozens of victims of this week’s air tragedy in Colombia as grief turned to anger amid indications the airliner ran out of fuel before slamming into the Andes. Bolivian aviation officials announced they were indefinitely suspending the charter company that operated the flight.
The unpopular Socialist leader’s approval rating has sunk to 4 percent.
About 350 alleged victims have reported accusations possibly spanning decades.
Thailand has a new king, with the country’s crown prince formally taking the throne to succeed his much-revered late father, who reigned for 70 years.
The prime minister and an ex-cricket star square off in a legal battle over corruption.
Exploding vehicles have been the defensive tactic of choice for militants battling the Iraqi advance.
The president-elect’s business ties with India and lack of foreign-policy expertise remain concerns.
The Kremlin leader focused his annual address on consolidating society, avoiding upheaval.
Merera Gudina spoke out earlier this month in Brussels against the campaign of arrests in Ethiopia.
The North American economy is a vast web. Unraveling it risks big blow to consumers.
The vote comes nearly two months after the peace pact failed in a national referendum.
In a break with decadeslong diplomatic tradition, President-elect Donald Trump spoke directly with the president of Taiwan, a move that drew an irritated response from China and looked set to cast uncertainty over U.S. policy toward Asia.
Iran’s official IRNA news agency is reporting that the country’s Supreme Court has confirmed the death sentence against a well-known tycoon.
Iraqi officials say the death toll from a Nov. 24 suicide bombing claimed by the Islamic State group has risen to 92, including about 40 Iranians.
Iran’s foreign minister is condemning the U.S. Senate’s extension of a piece of anti-Iran legislation.
Indonesian police said they released eight people on Saturday, including prominent citizens who were arrested a day earlier for suspected treason and other crimes but are continuing to investigate them. Three others are still detained for questioning.
It’s a brilliant patchwork of color. The women open the purple petals of thousands of crocus flowers and, from each one, separate out three deep crimson threads that are tiny, delicate, and extremely valuable.