An editorial in the official state newspaper of the ruling party argued that South Korea had been exaggerating its role in denuclearization talks between Pyongyang and Washington.
Montenegro said in a statement that “the friendship and alliance of Montenegro and the United States of America is strong and permanent.”
The Philippine leader is known for his off-color and off-the-cuff rhetoric. But in a deeply religious nation, he might have gone too far.
A lawyer attempts to pull the fenced window of a police vehicle carrying men accused of raping an 11-year-old girl. (Reuters)
A lawyer attempts to pull the fenced window of a police vehicle carrying men accused of raping an 11-year-old girl. (Reuters)
Over several months, authorities said, more than a dozen men raped and molested the girl, who lived with her parents in a gated community in the southern Indian city of Chennai. The men filmed their assaults, police said, and told the girl that they would publish the video if she told anyone.
The far-right Freedom Party of Austria says it's being treated unfairly by critics, arguing that the law is "about animal protection."

A court in Vietnam ruled that American William Nguyen be deported after detaining him for over a month for his participation in the protest.

Experts say sanctions caused the country’s GDP to shrink by 3.5 percent last year.

A NATO spokesman said an on-the-ground assessment showed no indication that the strikes caused the deaths.

An editorial in the official state newspaper of the ruling party argued that South Korea had been exaggerating its role in denuclearization talks between Pyongyang and Washington.

The Israeli prime minister hosted his Hungarian counterpart in a sign of a shifting global politics.

Watch Macron’s security aide attack a protester. The French government has now come under fire.

Alexandre Benalla was given a two-week suspension as a punishment, which immediately drew the ire of political opposition leaders.

After being called ‘aggressive’ by Trump, Montenegro insists it’s a friend to America

Montenegro said in a statement that “the friendship and alliance of Montenegro and the United States of America is strong and permanent.”

In India, at least 17 men are accused of repeatedly raping an 11-year-old

The men would kidnap the girl and then film their assaults, court documents say.

Global messaging platform to limit forwards to five in India and 20 globally.

The effort is designed to foil covert operations such as the one Russia undertook in 2016 to disrupt the presidential election.

As the Trump policy is unwound, some parents wonder whether their children might be better off staying in the United States.

The U.S. citizens wanted for questioning by a Russian prosecutor all played a role in a 2012 law that imposed sanctions on Russians in Putin’s inner circle.

The decision marks a significant twist in the long-running struggle between Spain’s central government and Catalonia.

Some officials said they have considered resigning but stay in the administration to “hold the line.”

The lack of clarity about the meeting has created confusion across the U.S. government.

The cover comes amid walkbacks and clarifications following President Trump's joint news conference with the Russian president.

On Twitter, President Trump called the court’s decision to remand Andrew Brunson “a disgrace.”

The Trump administration has offered few specifics on meetings that the president describes as a “tremendous success.”

The Philippine leader is known for his off-color and off-the-cuff rhetoric. But in a deeply religious nation, he might have gone too far.

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