A spokesman for the Mexican president’s office said President Enrique Pena Nieto has repeated that Mexico will not pay for the wall.
The unpopular cuts to military and civil service allowances have come to an end after oil prices rebounded to $52 a barrel, allowing a good budget.
Morocco and Algeria have had a contentious relationship since independence from France.
The developments come amid fears North Korea could conduct another nuclear test.
Trump will be reviewing and creating new measures regarding areas available for offshore oil and gas exploration, changing some Obama-era regulations.
Hundreds of Iraqis fled the heavy fighting in the Mosul-Baghdad area and headed to areas which had been reclaimed from the ISIS.
Emmanuel Macron needs to win the second round with a decisive majority to enlist popular figures from established parties in the parliamentary election in June to help push through his reform plans.
The six-party talks involving North and South Korea, China, the US, Japan and Russia collapsed in 2008 following a rocket launch by North Korea.
Chinese president Xi Jinping’s pet project of reviving the ancient Silk Road for trade has led to a race for business among global and local security firms.
If Emmanuel Macron wins the French presidency, as polls predict, it could open the door to more ambitious reforms of the French economy and an elusive compromise with Germany on overhauling the troubled euro zone.
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Twelve people have been killed in a renewed wave of demonstrations this month in incidents primarily involving security forces or armed civilians.
Pence sought to defuse any tension arising from an acrimonious phone call early in Trump’s term with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull about refugees.
Envoys of several countries including the US and UK as well as the UN have called for a thorough investigation into the murder.
Among those killed was their leader, who had been involved in the kidnapping and execution of Canadian and German nationals in recent months.
as France votes on Sunday here is a timeline of the main events that have seen veteran politicians drop out of the election race one after the other.
Trump ordered the carrier to sail to waters off the Korean peninsula in response to rising tension over the North’s nuclear and missile tests.
Leila De Lima led a probe into killings during Duterte’s anti-drugs campaign last year but has since been detained on charges of involvement in the drugs trade.
Asked for details of the reform, an administration official said, “We will outline our broad principles and priorities” on Wednesday.
The American Jewish Committee (AJC) later urged the pope “to reconsider his regrettable choice of words” for using the term ‘concentration camp’.
Politicians said that the loyalty many Turkish origin people in Germany showed to an authoritarian Erdogan reflected a rejection of democratic values.
According to polls by Opinium, ComRes and YouGov, May’s Conservatives held a lead of 19-25 percentage points, with the party’s support ranging from 45 to 50%.
The protest was against the Trump administration’s proposal to cut US federal science funding and its scepticism towards climate change.
The outcome will be anxiously monitored around the world as a sign of whether the populist tide that saw the Brexit and Trump’s election is still rising.
With the US strikes on Syria and Afghanistan, coming in quick succession and without the much-anticipated reset of relations with Russia, the world suddenly looks more dangerous.
Environmentalists and fishers fear plans to expand the coastline and build artificial islands off Penang will irrevocably change the local ecology.
Attacks like the one on German football club Borussia Dortmund earlier this month target a space where society and the state interact in an extraordinary manner.
With candidates from the extreme right and the socialist left in the fray, there are no clear indications who has the edge
President Trump gave an executive order in March to State and Homeland Security to consider abolishing the immigration waivers for victims of terror.
Even though the opposition has filed an appeal against the decision to allow unstamped ballots in the widely criticised vote, no result can be hoped for.
Far-right candidate Le Pen’s hardline stance on security and immigration my resonate with voters after the attack on Champs-Elysees by ISIS.
Prime Minister Hariri asked the UN to help establish a permanent ceasefire with Israel to help end Israel’s continuous violations in Lebanese territory.
Hungarian students held protests when a bill was passed that restricted the functioning of the Soros-funded CEU; the commission has taken up the matter now.
The Guardian Council approved six candidates but disqualified former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who had been warned by Khamenei not to enter the race.
US’s airstrike against Russia’s ally Syria has added another point in the list of tensions between the two.
In the ongoing attack by the Taliban on an Afghan military base, more than 50 Aghan casualties says US military spokesperson.
Qatar, which has used its influence to free foreign hostages in war zones, is a key mediator and a potential broker of deals in Syria’s six-year conflict.
Aya Hijazi, a charity worker detained for 33 months in Egypt, returns to the US following President Trump’s intervention.
Trump’s advisors met with other finance and economic officials over the need to keep economic borders open and coordinate on global financial regulation.
Using the hashtag #IslandinthePacific, many on Twitter reminded Sessions that Hawaii is, in fact, part of the country.