It’s time for the rest of the US to borrow the battle cry of the pro-Trump crowd: We’re fed up and we’re not going to take it anymore.
It is important to support and maintain the capital that we have as a champion of the developing world, India’s foreign secretary said.
Iran had 130.1 tonnes of the material, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a confidential report seen by Reuters.
Amid fresh concerns about conflict of interest, Mike Pence said that President-elect Donald Trump will ensure “proper separation” between his business and presidency.
A survey polled 1,000 permanent residents of Mexico and yielded Pena Nieto’s lowest approval rating since he took office in December 2012.
The rise of nationalism in rich countries poses a worrying challenge to migrants fleeing wars, UN refugee chief Grandi said on Sunday.
“Wait until the administration is in place, it’s actually putting its policies together, and then you can make your judgments as to whether or not it’s consistent with the international community’s interest in living in peace and prosperity together.”
Health and rescue workers have previously been able to bring damaged hospitals back into operation but a lack of supplies is making that harder.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper announced his resignation on Thursday, ending a six-year tenure as the top US spy.
If Trump administration withdraws troops from South Korea and secures a peace treaty ending war on the peninsula, it could lead to normalising relations with North Korea.
For Flynn, a retired US Army three-star general and one of Trump’s closest advisers, it was another parting shot at the DIA, who he thinks unfairly fired him.
Nicaragua was the only nation to reject the agreement last December arguing for far more drastic action to limit rising temperatures.
Japan’s leadership has been nervous about the future of an alliance that is core to Tokyo’s diplomacy and security.
In her first public remarks since conceding the elections, Clinton said, “Believe in our country, fight for our values and never, ever give up.”
What is tolerance if not the patience to accept that there may be some people whose views deserve criticism by our standards but whom we do not give up on and regard as evil?
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach said that the Donald Trump administration could push ahead rapidly on construction of a US-Mexico border wall without seeking immediate congressional approval.
State Department spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau said the US was not a party to the Rome Statute that created the ICC in The Hague and had not consented to ICC jurisdiction.
Prosecutors questioned the WikiLeaks founder regarding allegations of committing rape in Sweden in 2010. He has been held in London for four years.
Should Trump veto the deal with Australia, the detainees would be left with the choice of returning to their home countries or remaining in Nauru or Papua New Guinea.
Trump, who calls global warming a hoax and has promised to quit the Paris Agreement, was considering ways to bypass a theoretical four-year procedure for leaving the accord, according to sources.
Farage wrote on Twitter,”I’m confident he will be a good President.”
From how Donald Trump got elected to what his presidency means for India, we bring a series of articles that analyse what happened and predict what is to come.
The only unassailable solution to avoid conflict of interest would be for the Republican president-elect to sell off his businesses and place the proceeds in a blind trust.
Trump’s critics have expressed concern that his often inflammatory campaign rhetoric could spark a wave of intolerance against various minorities.
A Taliban suicide bomber rammed a car packed with explosives into a wall around the German consulate in the northern Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif on Thursday.
The preferred politician is now someone who has a separate expertise, say commercial or legal, and joins politics to intervene in an existing problem.
Slower growth is making people despair and dividing society, something that Trump has exploited well during his campaign.
Hillary Clinton promised more of the same to a nation that, after eight years of the Obama’s presidency, was more unequal and seething with discontent on Left and Right. The last thing it wanted was someone attached to the centre-ground.
No matter who wins on November 8, American society is unravelling and the domestic political order is falling apart.
Abuses by local commanders with private militias and beyond the purview of the central government have also driven people into the hands of Islamist fighters.
The Republican candidate is strongly disliked across the world because he is the archetypal “ugly American”: obnoxious, uncouth, boastful, materialistic and duplicitous.
Turkish authorities arrested the leaders of the country’s main pro-Kurdish opposition party in a terrorism investigation on Friday.
Donald Trump has fused economic worries, racial and gender resentment into a politics of fear and revenge, a tactic that is not new to the Republican Party.
Analyses that attribute the Trump’s rise purely to economic reasons are missing the importance of demographic change: His campaign is the white man’s (likely) last battle for political control in the US.
The Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll showed Clinton’s lead over Trump rising back up, the same advantage she held before the FBI announcement related to her email practices.
Fifteen years after the US invaded Afghanistan to topple the Taliban rulers who had harboured al Qaeda militants who attacked the US, the Taliban have made major gains and are estimated to control more territory than at any time since 2001.
The Observatory said at least 38 people including 14 children had been killed in rebel shelling of government-held areas of Aleppo in the last 48 hours.
The real hero of Leonardo DiCaprio’s climate change documentary Before the Flood is Indian environmentalist Sunita Narain.
Strategists who assumed that India could bring about such a declaration are poor students of history and do not understand how Washington works.
While the Russian media has a clear pro-Trump bias and the Arab media has shown a strong preference for Clinton, the Chinese media have consistently focused on the weaknesses of both candidates.