The stark view from Brussels means Britain could initially be cut adrift without any preferential relationship with its biggest trade partner.
The law, set to come into effect on January 1, 2017, grants broad powers to police to question NGO workers, monitor their finances, regulate their work and shut down offices.
The al-Quds hospital was supported by international medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres, which said it was destroyed after being hit by a direct air strike that killed at least three doctors.
The US military’s Strategic Command said it tracked two attempted launches, neither of which posed a threat to North America.
The US vice president’s visit is a sign of the progress Washington believes Iraqi forces have made in beating back militants over the past year and its hope that the northern city of Mosul can be recaptured before Barack Obama leaves office in January.
As Europe grappled with Syrians fleeing the country’s civil war last autumn, Obama promised to admit 10,000 Syrian refugees by the end of fiscal year 2016.
One general was among those singled out for disciplinary action, the officials said. The nonjudicial punishments include letters of reprimand, which could have a career-ending effect on the service members involved.
Papua New Guinea this week announced the closure of the detention centre it operates on behalf of Australia, which has pursued a hardline immigration policy criticised by the UN and international human rights organisation.
A poll this month showed a big gender gap in opinions about Trump. About two-thirds of women had an unfavourable view of the billionaire businessman, while 54% of men had a negative view of him.
The trio included Syed Raheel Farook, whose brother Syed Rizwan Farook and sister-in-law, Pakistan-born Tashfeen Malik, killed 14 people in a rampage authorities have said was inspired by Islamist militants.
The Distya Ameya tanker is heading to the western Libyan port of Zawiya, said Nagi al-Maghrabi, chairman of the National Oil Corporation set up by Libya’s rival eastern government.
Allied countries that still rely on the superpower for defence were alarmed by the use of the “America first” phrase, previously used in the 1930s by isolationists that sought to keep the US out of second world war.
British voters will decide on June 23 if the country should stay in the EU or not.
Although he had a clear understanding of the Arab world and was committed to promoting change in West Asia when he first came to power, the US president now appears defeated by contentions and conflicts he did not anticipate nor can control.
The murder highlights the stigma and danger faced by the LGBTQ+ community and its supporters, and is also part of a larger threat to rational thought and speech that has been mounting for several years.
Lu Jinghua, who fled to the US after the Tiananmen square crackdown, was not allowed to board her flight on 27 April with authorities informing her that her e-visa had been denied.
By its frequent U-turns, the Modi government is showing confusion in its foreign policy
The Uyghur activist discusses the threat of Islamic terror in Central Asia, China’s dominance of the region, the need for greater global attention to the Uyghur cause and more.
The results echo complaints from Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders that the system is stacked against them in favour of candidates with close ties to their parties.
The annual list carries no threat of sanctions, but aims to shame States into cracking down on piracy and counterfeiting, and updating their copyright laws.
Keiko has threatened to throw her brother out of her political party after he stoked fears that the family harbours dynastic intentions by saying he will run for president in 2021 if she loses this year.
North Korea’s drive to develop a nuclear weapons capability, in defiance of UN resolutions, has angered China and raised tension in the region.
“We will no longer surrender this country or its people to the false song of globalism. The nation-state remains the true foundation for happiness and harmony.”
The Belgium-born Frenchman is believed to be the sole survivor among a group of Islamist militants who killed 130 people in a spate of shootings and suicide bombings in Paris on November 13.
Staffan de Mistura voiced deep concern at the truce unravelling in Syria, although he saw some narrowing of positions between the government and opposition visions of political transition.
An IMF official said substantial progress had been made in repairing Pakistan’s economy and that Islamabad was right to be saying is does not need another package.
A defence of the status quo that focuses too much on Trump and Sanders (and Brexit) as threats, rather than as pointing the way to a new order, is a road to nowhere but the rise of the radical Right and the forces of backward-looking nationalism and chauvinism.
As the mayor of Davos City, his governing style has been undeniably effective, but is also highly questionable.
In Aleppo, divided between areas controlled by the government and rebels, 19 people were killed by rebel shelling and 11 were killed by government air strikes.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble last month warned that a British vote to leave would “poison” the British, European and global economies.
The stability of Yemen, where al Qaeda and Islamic State are vying for influence, is of international concern as the country neighbours Saudi Arabia, the world’s top oil exporter, and is also near key shipping lanes.
Acknowledging the parties’ failure to break the political deadlock which emerged from the most fragmented election result in decades more than four months ago, King Felipe said he would not propose any new candidate for Prime Minister, thus paving the way for the new vote on June 26.
Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s “Vision 2030” plan, which the 31-year-old announced on April 25, largely aims to transform Saudi Arabia’s economy in an era of low oil prices and made few specific pledges of social change.
The case of the 43 trainee teachers, who were abducted in September 2014 in the violent southwestern state of Guerrero, has tarnished the reputation of President Enrique Pena Nieto and highlighted the scale of human rights abuses in Mexico.
The eastern government has set up its own National Oil Corporation (NOC) to act in parallel to the Tripoli-based NOC, recognised internationally as the only legitimate seller of Libyan oil.
US State Department spokesman Mark Toner urged North Korea to refrain from actions that destabilise the region and said Washington would consider “other” options if Pyongyang continued nuclear and missile testing.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton rolled up wins in Northeastern states on Tuesday and immediately turned their fire on each other, in a possible preview of a general election matchup.
Unless this politics of radicalisation is managed, it will be difficult to address the real issue of religious radicalisation and “Islamisation” of non-religious radicals.
The Wire has parsed down the two public statements to help readers take note of the positions of both countries.
The freedom of navigation operations involve sending US navy ships and military aircrafts into areas where other countries have tried to limit access, to demonstrate that the international community does not accept such restrictions.