British PM Theresa May had asserted that “the country is coming together but Westminster is not”. The evidence seems to show exactly the reverse.
Having turned their sights towards the Balkans, ISIS is reopening the wounds of the region with localised propaganda directed at its Muslim population.
Assange, currently in asylum at the Ecuadorean embassy in London, stands to be arrested by the police if he leaves, and he fears being extradited to the US.
President Pena Nieto claimed there was no room for “illegal” spying of private citizens, but suggested that the probe would also target the activists and journalists who made the allegations for possibly false claims.
Narendra Modi’s focus should be on establishing good chemistry with Donald Trump, reassuring the latter that India is a reliable partner democracy for the US.
According to plea-bargain testimonies Brazilian President Michel Temer allegedly took bribes to dole out political favours to a large meatpacking company.
This is an apparent bid to placate the powerful opposition party in Peru led by Alberto Fujimori’s daughter.
Choi Soon-sil, the long time confidante of Park Geun-hye, was also accused of using unfair means to get her daughter admitted into a top university.
The documents detailed investigations into code books, radios and weapons, as well as plans utilised by Nazi spies which led to over 40 arrests.
The pollution caused by a nearby mining project is causing skin rashes in children and leaving contaminants in the water and soil.
Despite his meteoric rise through the ranks of the royal family, the new Saudi crown prince must consolidate his newfound authority and quell discord.
Most EU states are vying to host the European Banking Authority and the European Medicines Agency, which employ 1000+ people and come with large funding.
A wealthy political family, the Mautes started out pledging allegiance to ISIS to ‘spook and coerce’ – but since then have amped up their support to the organisation.
The demands include closing Al Jazeera television, reducing ties to their regional adversary Iran and closing of a Turkish military base in Qatar.
The healthcare Bill features sharp cuts to the Medicaid programme, drawing strong opposiyion from Democrats, protestors and even certain Republicans.
The deal is being termed “a game changer” for US-India relations as it finally operationalises India’s status as a “major defence partner” for the US.
Inspired by Gandhi’s minimalistic approach to diet intake, the tea is an organic caffeine-free blend of all-natural ingredients.
A Balochistan government spokesman said the blast happened near the office of the inspector general of police when officers stopped the car to search it near a checkpoint.
Allegations of ties to Russia have cast a shadow over Trump’s first five months in office, distracting from attempts by his fellow Republicans in Congress to overhaul the US healthcare and tax systems.
The passing of the Mauritius-backed resolution is a blow to the UK, as the ICJ will now give an advisory on the Chagos archipelago currently under its control.
As India repositions itself and adjusts to new realities, ties with the US remain key for both strategic and economic reasons, and the convergence of interest is unlikely to disappear.
The resettled people live without basic utilities – they don’t have running water or resources for agriculture – leaving them dependent on erratic rain cycles and outside aid.
The Pakistani army has also released a second video in which he reiterated his ‘confession’ of being involved in fomenting terror and sectarian actvities.
Modi’s two-day visit to Washington, where he will be meeting US President Donald Trump for the first time, begins on Sunday
An interview with Talmiz Ahmed, former Indian ambassador in Riyadh, on the Saudi Arabian king making Mohammed bin Salman the crown prince.
Coming back from an open heart surgery and a tax fraud conviction, the former Italian PM panned the 5-star which is currently leading the opinion polls against his party Forza Italia.
Such inter-communal meals are held every year, but they resonated more this year after ISIS attacks on Coptic Christians meant to stoke sectarian divisions.
The man had earlier been held for a minor drug offence, but since then had maintained a low profile, even on social media.
The dismissal of Alfred Thorne after a financial scandal, deals a blow to the embattled President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski looking to revitalise Peru’s economy.
Families trapped in Marawi City are now resorting to texting to keep their loved ones informed as the Philippine military claims the operation is in its last stage.
Kevin King, a teacher at the American University in Kabul, and his Australian colleague Timothy Weeks were seized near the campus in August last year.
The Russian diplomat said Moscow was ‘obliged’ to cancel high-level meeting after the US included 38 entities to the sanction list against activities in Ukraine.
In her first negotiations in Brussels after the elections, May will look to provide assurances for the millions of EU expats settled in the UK post-Brexit.
Instead of being negatively affected by President Donald Trump’s abandonment of the TPP trade deal, trade has risen by about 6% in 2017 itself.
In a report published by the Revolutionary Guards, Iran is said to have fired missiles on ISIS targets within Syria, a move not been made in years.
The order will likely be a far cry from the president’s previous remarks about the pharmaceutical industry.
The healthcare Bill is being written behind closed doors, making the public and many legislators apprehensive.
In conversation with the Gabonese foreign minister Pacome Moubelet-Boubeya about Gabon’s economy, its ties with India, Africa and more.
The Congo Republic Military was withdrawn from the peacekeeping mission in the country after a UN review found “systemic problems in command and control”.
The US has asked China not to do business with North Korea and clamp down on their ‘illicit’ nuclear and missile programmes.