Lockheed wants to move its assembly line from Texas to India in an "unprecedented" move.
“We all see the value of stability in the region,” Tsai Ing-wen said.
The giant Muslim nation has cast a wary eye on President-elect Donald Trump.
Islamist rebels vow to fight “until the last drop of blood” as government forces close in.
A surreal press release from Ankara.
Tzipi Livni shares her thoughts on how Israel should approach the new U.S. administration.
"I am honored that my advisors are connected to President Trump,” its founder said via email.
Can the Socialist prime minister make a case for the left amid a shift to the right?
Matteo Renzi’s attempt to strengthen his hand did just the opposite.
Monday’s accident was the second in weeks involving Russia’s sole, aging aircraft carrier, which is engaged in the Syrian conflict.
He will be the first Japanese leader to visit the site of the attack on Hawaii 75 years ago.
The court will determine whether Parliament gets a say in the country’s E.U. departure plans.
The election was the country’s first since the death of authoritarian leader Islam Karimov.
She cited irreconcilable differences with President Rodrigo Duterte, who had banned her from attending Cabinet meetings.
What it looked like along the roads as Fidel’s ashes made their way to their final resting place.
The fake embassy, now shut down, was decorated with a photo of President Obama.
Unlike previous U.S. leaders, the president-elect sees China relations as a zero-sum game — and then there’s his Twitter habit.
New Zealand’s popular Prime Minister John Key stunned the nation on Monday when he announced he was resigning after eight years as leader.
But in Austria the far-right candidate, who had hoped to exploit a “Trump bump,” conceded.
The first 120 troops of a 700-member Chinese U.N. peacekeeping force have departed for South Sudan, deepening China’s commitment to the troubled East African nation, where two of its peacekeepers were killed in fighting over the summer.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has stepped down to focus on running for president in next year’s election and has been replaced by Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve.
One of the most senior commanders in the feared militia of fugitive Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony is going on trial at the International Criminal Court.
French president appoints Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve as new prime minister.
The U.S. and Japan announced Tuesday that Washington will give back to the Japanese government nearly 10,000 acres of land on Okinawa that U.S. Marines use for jungle warfare training.
Some rain fell in southern Madagascar last week, a rare piece of good news for a drought-hit region where nearly a million people face hunger because of failed harvests. But aid groups warn that more rain is needed for the current crop-planting season to succeed and they expect the dire humanitarian situation to stretch into 2017.