Putin mocked the idea that Trump went off-script to share secrets with the Russians, saying he could issue a “reprimand” to Lavrov since he hasn’t passed on the information.
Last year, around $15 billion was stolen from the public purse under the previous Nigerian government through fraudulent arms procurement deals.
In the wake of controversies surrounding Trump, bettors on both sides of the Atlantic have been placing bets on whether Trump will be impeached or not.
The meeting, which has migration and extradition on the agenda, comes as Mexico begins to take a larger role in the regional migration issue.
A Harris Interactive poll found that En Marche, together with allies, would win the largest share of vote in the first round of the elections on June 11.
‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ is an at times thrilling, at times bizarre, viewing experience that blends classic English myth with a gangster aesthetic.
A summary of information that is public regarding the probe into the Russian role in the election and the consequent firing of FBI director James Comey.
Her collection of pre-election pledges gives a glimpse of what May plans for Britain’s $2.6 trillion economy as she plans the lengthy Brexit negotiations.
The former FBI director and Marine Corps officer will take up the responsibility of the investigation and with his reputation, he will be difficult to fire.
“We’re starting to see serious instability in Venezuela,” US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley told reporters after the closed-door Security Council meeting, which was requested by the US.
Trump had criticised the nuclear agreement and threatened to dismantle Obama’s deal, but it appears that he has decided, at least for now, to keep it alive.
This is the first strategic response to the near collapse of Westinghouse, whose bankruptcy raised doubts about whether it could continue the India deal.
Reema Lagoo acted in hit films like Maine Pyar Kiya, Saajan, Vaastav, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Hum Saath Saath Hain among others.
A report by newspaper O Globo has revealed information that could pull Michel Temer further into the corruption scandal already raging in Brazil.
“Finally! The @NYTimes calls out @WHO DG candidate @DrTedros for covering up cholera epidemic using the euphemism of Acute Water Diarrhea.”
If the power of the new anti-corruption authority is not clearly defined and limited, due process is unlikely to be protected along with the rule of law, creating fear rather than order.
Ever more people are stuck with shift work in a globalised economy that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Oscar Lopez Rivera was arrested in 1981 and charged with “seditious conspiracy” for his role in a variety of Armed Forces of National Liberation activities.
A 29-year-old researcher Parveen Farzana Absar discovered a new species of cave-dwelling crabs in one of Meghalaya’s many natural caves.
Women trained in the use of the internet are travelling across four districts of Assam to bring its benefits to rural women, which in turn is boosting their household earnings and changing everyday lives for the better.
It’s been two months since 41 girls burned to death in a fire at a state-run home for children. But Guatemalan authorities have been slow to act.
Before he left office, president Barack Obama commuted the final 28 years of Chelsea Manning’s 35-year sentence.
DHS spokesman David Lapan declined to offer guidance on when a decision on an expansion would be made, but hinted that the restrictions would be expanded.
The violence represents a new escalation in a conflict that began in 2013 when mainly Muslim Seleka fighters seized power.
The short-lived uprising has exposed President Ouattara’s tenuous grip on an army he patched together from former rebel and loyalist fighters in the wake of a 2011 civil war.
Following the economic sanctions placed on Russia by Ukraine earlier this weeks, the country is accusing Russia of an organised cyber attack on its government.
Erdogan said his visit would “mark a historical turn of tide” and hailed “outstanding relations” between the nations.
Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar staged the military parade as his troops fight to secure two last districts in Libya’s second city.
The Iraqi government is looking to declare victory by Ramadan, even if pockets of resistance remain in the Old City according to military officials
China’s involvement in coal power projects abroad casts a shadow over its first Belt and Road Forum.
An inquiry was held amid accusations that NGOs were colluding with people smugglers to help with search and rescue operations close to the Libyan coast.
“Countries must decide whether they support North Korea or oppose to its nuclear and missile programmes.”
Disregarding the ban, even top politicians and officials of the government have been using banned applications to post about events in the Valley.
Top candidates for the recently vacated FBI chief position are uncertain about job security and ethical practices under a Trump administration.
Saqib Mir, a French-trained chef, returned to his homeland after 14 years in Paris to open a confectionery shop in the heart of conflict-ridden Kashmir.
Warring drug cartels have made Mexico one of the most dangerous countries to be a journalist.
With youth participation in elections waning across the world, they are increasingly disregarded in the political system. But if they voted, they could change the results.
President Donald Trump is meeting with the Saudi princes on Saturday and is expected to reassure allies and deliver a tough talk to address radicalism.
In 2010, the former military intelligence analyst, then known as Private First Class Bradley Manning, provided thousands of secret documents to WikiLeaks.
According to a CID/Gallup poll in a local newspaper, President Hernandez polled 36% support, double the 18% of his nearest rival Luis Zelaya.