The U.S. president’s policies are tapping into Mexico’s historic grievances.
Senate leader says he felt helpless to change his unjust society.
At least 32 people died at two of the most fortified complexes in the area. An al-Qaeda-linked alliance of rebel factions, known as Tahrir al-Sham, claimed responsibility for the attacks.
The possible hate crime has prompted anger in India and concern that the Trump-era United States is no longer a safe place for its thriving community of visiting Indian students, scholars and tech workers.
Nils Bildt “has never been part of the Swedish debate,” one expert says.
Is the education system really to blame?
Human rights groups suggest that Europe lacks the moral authority to condemn efforts by the Trump administration to repeal rights.
The State Department decided not to issue the visas to the North Korean diplomats due to travel from Pyongyang to New York for the talks, according to three people with knowledge of the decision.
The French Senate report said that only one of 12 planned centers has opened, and it is still empty.
Iraq’s prime minister said the airstrikes were in response to bombings in Baghdad.
In the past month, seven Christians were killed by suspected Islamic State militants.
The blast came after rebels recaptured al-Bab. In eastern Syria, Iraqi warplanes hit Islamic State sites.
258 applications have been lodged under Ivanka’s name, or variants of it, since the election.
A new political party is demanding the mass deportation of non-South Africans
The U.K. Independence Party was defeated even as Labour lost a seat held since 1935.
Fresh fighting is dramatically worsening an already dire human toll. U.N. issues appeals for help.
The United States lacks a strategy to deal with China’s rise, said former senator and ex-ambassador Max Baucus.
Foreign Ministry calls rights group “anti-Israel” and blocks its U.S.-based investigator
VX is one of the most toxic and fastest-acting chemical warfare agents.
Two women — a Vietnamese and an Indonesian — have been arrested for allegedly coating their hands with the immensely toxic chemical agent VX and wiping them on the face of the North Korean leader’s estranged half brother Kim Jong Nam at Kuala Lumpur’s airport. He died within hours.
A government official says India’s top foreign ministry bureaucrat will visit Washington at the end of this month for consultations with the new administration.
Iran’s navy has begun an annual drill near the strategic Strait of Hormuz, its first major exercise since the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump.
Was it a poorly executed assassination or did North Korea want to showcase its stockpile of banned chemical weapons?
Key developments in the investigation into the killing of the North Korean leader’s estranged half brother at Kuala Lumpur’s airport on Feb. 13:
Women in elegant, long-flowing dresses saunter on the red carpet while men in tuxedos smile broadly and wave to hundreds of people who have lined up along Rio de Janeiro’s Avenida Atlantica to have a look.