HEMPSTEAD, New York, (Reuters) – Running as an anti-establishment candidate, Donald Trump took the presidential debate stage on Monday night to hammer home his call for sweeping political change and try to win over millions of undecided voters.
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Asian shares recovered from an early bout of nerves while the Mexican peso surged today as investors awarded the first US presidential debate to Democrat Hillary Clinton over Republican Donald Trump.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The collapse of the latest Syria ceasefire has heightened the possibility that Gulf states might arm Syrian rebels with shoulder-fired missiles to defend themselves against Syrian and Russian warplanes, US officials said yesterday.
AMSTERDAM/SYDNEY (Reuters) – The Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague has said it will oversee a compulsory conciliation between East Timor and Australia on their maritime boundary, rejecting Australian objections.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States said yesterday it had sanctioned a Chinese industrial machinery and equipment wholesaler, a new step in tightening the financial noose around North Korea’s nuclear programme after its fifth nuclear test this month.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Democrat Hillary Clinton will press Republican Donald Trump to provide more specifics on his policies in their presidential debate today, two top Clinton campaign aides said ahead of a face-off that could set U.S.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – John Kerry had heard enough.
After last week’s bombing of a U.N. aid convoy in Syria dealt a death blow to a ceasefire deal in which he had invested all his diplomatic capital with Russia, the U.S.
HAVANA, (Reuters) – Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang met with Cuban President Raul Castro on Saturday during a two-day trip to Havana, and the two leaders oversaw the signing of around 30 agreements on economic cooperation in various sectors, Cuban state media reported.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Ecuador hopes that the October questioning of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, holed up in the country’s London Embassy since 2012, will mark the “beginning of the end” of the legal deadlock over case, Ecuador’s foreign minister said.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Philippines Foreign Minister Perfecto Yasay told the United Nations yesterday his country’s new president, Rodrigo Duterte, had an “unprecedented” mandate and the world should not interfere in his crackdown on crime.
HELSINKI (Reuters) – More than 15,000 people gathered in Helsinki yesterday to protest against racism and violence, after the death of a man assaulted during a neo-Nazi rally in the city earlier this month.
YARI PLAINS, Colombia, (Reuters) – Colombia’s FARC rebel group voted unanimously to approve a peace deal with the government yesterday, declaring an end to the five-decade war as it prepares to transition into a new political party.