Calls grow for a possible second referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union.
Government leaders hope to extend their grip on power with the blessing of the ballot box.
The Trump administration has warned against the partnership. Europe, meanwhile, is divided.
A woman pays homage to a Burkinabe soldier killed at the country's military headquarters in a terrorist attack on March 2. (Ahmed Ouoba/AFP/Getty Images)
A woman pays homage to a Burkinabe soldier killed at the country's military headquarters in a terrorist attack on March 2. (Ahmed Ouoba/AFP/Getty Images)
The West African nation was expected to adopt presidential term limits through a long-anticipated national vote — even as Islamist violence gripped the countryside. But the government has postponed that milestone indefinitely, and without explanation.

The United Nations has elevated its emergency level to be on par with war-torn Yemen, but key relief teams have yet to arrive.

The summary could be brief and high-level, but Attorney General William P. Barr said he would consider making more information public.

‘Cancel Brexit’ petition surpasses 4 million signatures to become most popular ever

In another sign of the momentum behind the anti-Brexit movement, thousands of protesters converged on central London on Saturday.

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A sign-language interpreter has appeared by the prime minister's side during her news briefings.

No president has recognized Israel’s control of the Golan Heights. Trump changed that with a tweet.

Trump's decision upends decades of U.S. — and Israeli — policy on the disputed region.

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Your guide to the latest twists in Britain's Brexit drama.

Calling the president ‘ham-handed’ in his management of foreign policy, Democrats see the Yemen war as the latest opportunity to challenge his unorthodox approach to the world.

At its peak, the extremist group controlled a stretch of Syria and Iraq that was almost the size of Britain.

As if undercutting efforts to build a lasting peace with the Palestinians and the region wasn’t enough.

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The campaign for recognition gained real traction after Bolton arrived at the White House last spring.

The inquiry has consumed Washington for nearly two years and led to guilty pleas from former advisers to President Trump.

Justice Dept. policy says a sitting president may not be indicted, but evidence of any criminal activities should be made public, lawmakers say.

“President Trump likes Chairman Kim,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders explains.

Syria, Iran and Russia condemned the U.S. move to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.

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The 22-month-old investigation by the special counsel has exposed numerous contacts between Trump associates and Russians and generated unpredictable ripple effects.

Latest announcement reveals a disconnect between White House depiction and eyewitness reports.

The British prime minister must convince at least 75 lawmakers to change their minds.

People turned out across the country to stand together with Muslims as they try to recover.

Directives also will be sent to the CIA, NSA, Director of National Intelligence, and the departments of Justice, Treasury and State, congressional aides say.

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