Support for President Pena Nieto’s Institutional Revolutionary Party stood at 17%, 11 percentage points behind the top choice, Lopez Obrador’s National Regeneration Movement.
The impact of climate change is exacerbated by conflict and poverty, resulting in the widening income inequality between women and men.
A new study has, for the first time, unveiled a complex global web of offshore financial centres that rob the world economy of US$500-650 billion annually, including US$200 billion from developing economies.
Three cases of H1N1 had been confirmed in Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon, on Friday, the Ministry of Health and Sport said in a statement on Monday.
US district judge Mark Goldsmith’s decision effectively means no Iraqi nationals can be deported from the US for several months.
The urgency of the senate Republican effort to pass a healthcare bill is such that McCain will come to vote amidst his battle with aggressive brain cancer.
Duterte wasted little time in his annual state of the nation address to defend a crackdown that has killed thousands of Filipinos.
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg is offering to broker the feud which arose because Turkey refused access to German lawmakers to their own troops in a Turkish base.
Duda said while he agreed with the government on the need for an overhaul of the judiciary, the proposed measures were not in line with the constitution.
Antonio Guterres called the attacks “horrifying” and said deliberately targeting civilians was a violation of human rights and “may constitute a war crime”.
Sergei Yeliseyev, who was first deputy commander of the Ukrainian fleet when unmarked Russian soldiers quietly took control of Kiev, has a new job: deputy chief of Russia’s Baltic Fleet.
The FARC fought the government for more than half a century, but handed in its weapons as part of a deal negotiated over more than four years in Cuba.
In a move widely perceived as an attack on free speech, Turkish prosecutors are seeking up to 43 years in jail for journalists for targeting Erdogan through “asymmetric war methods”.
As with anything connected to politics and religion in the Holy Land, the dispute is about much more than the security devices themselves.
Monday’s suicide bombing targeting government personnel continued the unrelenting violence that has killed over 1,700 civilians in Afghanistan this year.
The bipartisan bill aims to punish Russia for its 2014 annexation of Crimea from Ukraine and for alleged interference in the 2016 US presidential election.
China’s development model appears to be more egalitarian than that of the US, but less so than those in European countries.
On Monday, a no-confidence vote against Speaker Abdulla Maseeh Mohamed had been previously scheduled, but cancelled last week.
Tehreek-e-Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack.
The death toll from an explosion near a popular vegetable market in central Lahore has risen to 11.
Australia agreed to settle nearly 2,000 refugees held offshore in exchange for UNHCR facilitating a swap deal with the US.
East Timor’s two biggest political parties – Fretilin and the National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction (CNRT) – have secured a combined 58% of votes in the country’s parliamentary election.
“If we don’t get the leaks stopped, I am a businessperson, and so I will take dramatic action to stop those leaks,” Anthony Scaramucci said, calling leakers “un-American.”
Josefina Vidal, who oversaw the re-establishment of diplomatic relations, and the signing of 22 agreements between US and Cuba after decades of Cold War enmity, is now ambassador to Canada.
Iranian defence minister Hossein Dehghan and his Iraqi counterpart Erfan al-Hiyali signed a memorandum which covered border security, logistics and training.
Israel sent extra troops into the occupied West Bank on Saturday and its police broke up a crowd of stone-throwing Palestinians in Jerusalem.
The incident could escalate tense Israel-Jordan relations, which have soured since Israel installed metal detectors at entry points to al-Aqsa mosque.
President Macron has seen a 10% drop in popularity since his election in June.
The visit to Gulf heads of states is an attempt to ease the pressure on Turkey’s ally Qatar, where, under a 2014 agreement, it maintains a military base.
Dozens of people were discovered inside a sweltering tractor trailer parked at a Walmart store in San Antonio, Texas. The truck driver has been arrested.
The defence top brass is struggling to tackle the highly organised, pro-ISIS fighters who swept through Marawi City on May 23.
After defecting to South Korea, Choi Seong-guk found that escaping from the North was only the beginning of his challenges as a refugee.
Climate change is forcing many of Mongolia’s nomadic herders to abandon their traditional lifestyle and move to Ulaanbaatar, exacerbating its smog problem.
An over-emphasis on environmental stress overlooks the role of politics and economics in shaping the socio-economic landscape of the war in Syria.
Sergeant Ikaika Erik Kang was arrested following a year-long secret FBI probe involving undercover agents who posed as ISIS operatives and sympathisers.
Iranian defence minister Hossein Dehghan announced the launch of the Sayyad 3 missiles with improved altitude and range, as a response to arms acquisitions by its middle east neighbours.
Iran’s demand came in response to Trump’s threat of “new and serious consequences” if three US citizens detained by Tehran were not freed.
Marine Le Pen’s National Front “unanimously reaffirmed” its commitment to the sovereignty of France “as the fundamental objective” of its political agenda.
The House is set to vote on sanctions covering Russia, Iran and North Korea under which Trump must submit to Congress a report on proposed actions that would “significantly alter” US foreign policy.
Russia’s ambassador to the US, Sergei Kislyak – whose name has emerged multiple times in the investigation of Russian interference in the US elections – ended his tenure amidst intense scrutiny.