Triple digit inflation and a decaying socialist economic model have left medications ranging from simple anti-inflammatory drugs to chemotherapy medication out of reach for most Venezuelans.
The militant group said it killed many officers and wounded others, an account not confirmed by authorities.
Syria’s army and its allies retook a village near Hama on Saturday as the government tries to turn back a major insurgent offensive.
The Raqqa campaign appears to be gathering steam as an overlapping US-backed effort in Iraq is drawing closer to driving ISIS from the city of Mosul.
A sampling Trump’s tweets on his plans to repeal Obamacare, followed by comments from Trump on Friday after his fellow Republicans yanked the plan.
Siddharth Varadarajan and Baburam Bhattarai discuss the recent political developments in Nepal and India-Nepal relations.
Can social media create opportunities to identify and challenge government pitfalls and problematic policies?
House of Representatives leaders yanked the bill after a rebellion by Republican moderates and the party’s most conservative lawmakers left them short of votes.
While France teeters on the brink of the far right, left parties elsewhere in Europe are showing surprising strength.
The extradition request has been certified by Britain’s secretary of state and will not be sent to a district judge for consideration.
The need for strict measures to maintain stability in the country as a whole – and in Xinjiang and other ethnic minority areas in particular – was reasserted
With an ageing population and a falling birth rate, the Nordic nation could benefit from refugees or immigrants. Instead, a recent wave of racism is driving many out.
Hundreds of demonstrators turned out in Washington, Chicago and Los Angeles marking the seventh anniversary of enactment of Obamacare.
The president apparently wants to put the US on a permanent war footing to sustain his unpopular presidency.
The UN and rights groups have accused the Sri Lankan military of killing thousands of civilians, mostly Tamils, during the final weeks of the civil war.
Four cables issued by Tillerson over two weeks provide insight into how US government is implementing “extreme vetting” of foreigners entering the US.
More than 80 people have been killed and 110,000 displaced in rain-related incidents since December, most of them this month.
The attack was the deadliest in UK since 2005, when 52 people were killed by Islamist suicide bombers on London’s public transport system.
The controversy is the biggest crisis to face Abe since he returned to office in 2012 for a rare second term, eroding his support rating.
It was not clear late on Thursday evening that Trump and the Republican leaders who crafted the Bill had enough support to pass it, meaning they now risk defeat in their first attempt at major legislation.
A look at member states’ considerations, candidates plans for the future of global public health management and contemporary issues for the WHO.
In Pakistan, as in Kashmir, one finds brief moments of happiness amidst political uncertainty and grave injustice.
The MEA responded to the outgoing Pakistan envoy’s remarks saying they were not in keeping with diplomatic niceties.
The civil lawsuit seeks unspecified financial damages on behalf of 57 victims, including survivors and the representatives of several who died.
The top US diplomat addressed a meeting of 68 countries and organisations but did not make clear where these safe zones were to be set up.
Kem Ley, 46, was shot in Phnom Penh in broad daylight last year and his death drew tens of thousands of protesters onto the streets.
Of those killed, 250 were teenagers from the same high-school, many of whom obeyed crew instructions to remain in their cabins even as crew members were escaping the sinking ship.
Repealing and replacing President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act is a first major test of Trump’s legislative ability.
While the controversy has chipped away at Abe’s support and even sent Japanese shares briefly lower on Thursday, he denies the allegations.
The attack started when a car was driven over London’s Westminster Bridge, hitting and injuring members of the public and three police officers.
At least a dozen people have been injured in the attack that police are treating as a terrorist incident.
While a large Western power wanted India to co-sponsor the resolution, New Delhi settled for support to avoid complicating its relationship with Sri Lanka.
Thousands of Rohingya have been displaced since renewed violence broke out in October, with India saying Myanmar be given more time to resolve the issue.
The lawsuit is the latest effort to hold Saudi Arabia liable for the al Qaida attacks, which killed nearly 3,000 people in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania.
“When I became a judge, they gave me a gavel not a rubber stamp,” Neil Gorsuch said. “I am my own man.”
“It will simply not be acceptable for the UK government to stand as a roadblock to the democratically expressed will of this parliament,” said Sturgeon.
A year ago on March 22 ISIS suicide bombers killed 32 people in Brussels, four months after bombings and shootings in Paris that killed 130 people.
The invention of the flush toilet was probably one of the most unsustainable innovations in human history.
The US Department of Homeland Security said passengers travelling from a specific list of airports could not bring into the main cabin devices larger than a mobile phone.
Military courts were first set up by the parliament in early 2015 in response to an attack by Pakistani Taliban fighters on a military-run school that killed 134 children.