Some US lawmakers who attended the briefing on North Korea were not convinced that the Trump administration would do enough to control Pyongyang.
The arrests came days after the bitterly divisive referendum that was heavily criticised and gave Erdogan expansive powers to bring about change in Turkey.
Mosul suffered extensive damage during the ISIS occupation and the US retaliation; massive reconstruction needs to be done before life can be normal again.
The US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley met her Indian counterpart Syed Akbaruddin to discuss measures to strengthen partnership at the UN.
Among a slew of tax measures, Trump’s proposal will bring down corporate tax from 35% to 15% and reduce individual tax brackets from seven to three.
Unless they work out a plea deal, the two doctors and the wife of one of the physicians are headed to trial now.
China’s growing naval power, which they have clarified is only for safeguarding peace and for defence, is impressive, even if not yet a threat to the US.
The announcement came after the OAS agreed on Wednesday to hold a meeting of foreign ministers to discuss the situation in Venezuela.
The US government’s strategy could restrict its ability to cut off funds going forward, since the justice department has said the order applies to a narrow range of funding.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Khamenei told presidential candidates to champion economic self-sufficiency and be less engaged with the opening up to the West.
On Saturday, finance minister Jaitley had raised the H-1B visa issue with Steve Mnuchin, highlighting Indian companies’ contribution to the US economy.
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.
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.
President Trump gave an executive order in March to State and Homeland Security to consider abolishing the immigration waivers for victims of terror.
In the ongoing attack by the Taliban on an Afghan military base, more than 50 Aghan casualties says US military spokesperson.
Aya Hijazi, a charity worker detained for 33 months in Egypt, returns to the US following President Trump’s intervention.
Using the hashtag #IslandinthePacific, many on Twitter reminded Sessions that Hawaii is, in fact, part of the country.
The US is meant resettle up to 1,250 asylum seekers, under the deal that President Donald Trump had described as “dumb”.
Trump seeks to revamp healthcare plan to replace Obamacare which has been criticised by the Republics as a government overreach.
The US defence secretary says Syria had dispersed warplanes and retained chemical weapons, an issue which needs to handled diplomatically.
The FBI, NSA and Obama administration’s officials have been invited to testify into the allegation against Russia of meddling in the 2016 US election.
UN chief Guterres warns the state department that the cutting of funds to the UNDP could have “devastating effects” on women and girls.
The petition requires at least 100,000 signatures before May 14 to qualify for a response from the Trump administration.
Pence says latest attack in Paris a reminder that terrorism can strike anywhere, anytime and the US will not relent in its fight against terrorism.
Ahead of North Korea’s celebration of the anniversary of its army, the US, China and South Korea keep their guards up in anticipation of more nuclear tests.
The US accused Tehran of not living up to the spirit of the accord and Iran’s top diplomat urged Washington to fulfil its own commitments.
A result of Trump’s crackdown on immigrants, Canada will see its highest number of asylum claims this year, with one-fifth being illegal crossings.
In March, a man scaled a fence east of the White House at night and was on the property’s grounds for 16 minutes before being detained.
A sudden change in the currency with which old debts to the colonies had to be paid helped Britain consolidate its status as a financial centre
Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Colin Powell, says the US should resolve the North Korea nuclear crisis through negotiations and should reckon with the impact of its previous actions.
Indians are the largest recipients of the H-1B visa, which will now be modified to be given to highly-skilled workers only.
Earlier, H.R. McMaster had said that the US has hoped that Pakistan realises it is in its interests to not go after terrorists groups selectively.
The order is an attempt by Trump to carry out his ‘America First’ campaign which pledges to reform US immigration policies and encourage purchases of American products.
It seems like Indian courts have forgotten that democracy is meant not only for those in power, but also for dissidents.
The tradition of displaying missiles at the parade continued with new long-range and submarine-based missiles and what weapon analysts said were new ICBMs.
Pence’s Seoul stop kicks off a long-planned ten-day trip to Asia – his first as vice president – and comes amid concerns that Pyongyang could soon conduct its sixth nuclear test.
The policy of targeting women with children at the border has drastically reduced the numbers of undocumented migrants trying to cross the border into the US.
Speculation is rife that North Korea will launch a new nuclear missile to mark the celebration, an event the US is trying to prevent with China’s help.
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