HELSINKI, (Reuters) – Standing side by side with Vladimir Putin, U.S. President Donald Trump refused yesterday to blame the Russian leader for meddling in the 2016 U.S.
LONDON, (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May won a series of votes in parliament yesterday, keeping her over-arching strategy to leave the European Union just about on track after bowing to pressure from Brexit supporters in her party.
SAN DIEGO, (Reuters) – A U.S. judge temporarily barred the U.S. government yesterday from the rapid deportation of immigrant parents reunited with their children, while a court considers the impact on children’s rights to seek asylum.
MOSCOW, (Reuters) – A Moscow court yesterday handed down 15-day jail sentences on four members of the Pussy Riot protest group who interrupted Sunday’s World Cup final between France and Croatia when they ran onto the pitch wearing fake police uniforms.
HONOLULU, (Reuters) – A blob of hot volcanic lava struck an ocean tour boat just off the Big Island of Hawaii yesterday, injuring nearly two dozen people in the worst casualty incident to date from the ongoing eruption of the Kilauea Volcano, authorities said.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Charred remains of a flatbread baked about 14,500 years ago in a stone fireplace at a site in northeastern Jordan have given researchers a delectable surprise: people began making bread, a vital staple food, millennia before they developed agriculture.
HELSINKI, (Reuters) – After months of exchanging long-distance compliments, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin sit down today for their first ever summit, a potential political minefield at home for the U.S.
LONDON, (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May will face the anger of Brexit supporters in her party today when they try to force her to change course on her strategy for leaving the European Union.
MANAGUA, (Reuters) – Nicaraguan police and paramilitary groups loyal to President Daniel Ortega killed at least 10 people yesterday, a human rights association said, as the death toll from violent clashes in the Central American country continues to rise.
LAHORE, Pakistan/ISLAMABAD, (Reuters) – Pakistani authorities have opened a criminal investigation into leaders of jailed former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s political party under an anti-terrorism law, 10 days before a hotly contested general election, according to police documents.
NAIROBI, (Reuters) – Kenya Power’s Chief Executive Officer gave himself up to police yesterday and was in their custody, police said, a day after the east African country said it wanted to charge him over alleged economic crimes.
MOSCOW, (Reuters) – The World Cup final between France and Croatia yesterday was briefly interrupted when four intruders affiliated to anti-Kremlin punk band Pussy Riot ran onto the pitch before being hauled off by stewards.
AUSTIN, Texas, (Reuters) – Despite advances in predicting where hurricanes are heading, forecasters are still struggling to determine a crucial factor in deciding emergency measures and evacuations: their intensity.
LONDON, (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said in an interview that he intends to run for re-election in the 2020 election, The Mail on Sunday newspaper reported.
HAVANA, (Reuters) – Communist-run Cuba will officially recognize private property, something it has long rejected as a vestige of capitalism, under a new constitution that also creates the position of prime minister alongside the president, state media reported on Saturday.
BAGHDAD, (Reuters) – Protesters stormed the provincial government building in the Iraqi city of Kerbala on Saturday as protests over poor public services and corruption across southern Iraq entered their sixth day.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Social networking site Twitter Inc on Saturday suspended two accounts linked to 12 Russian spies indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for interfering in the 2016 U.S.
MANAGUA, (Reuters) – Catholic bishops on Saturday secured the release of dozens of Nicaraguan student protesters trapped overnight inside in a church under a hail of gunfire from armed pro-government supporters, who killed at least one person inside, a human rights group said.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – A federal grand jury yesterday charged 12 Russian intelligence officers with hacking Democratic computer networks in 2016, in the most detailed U.S.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The U.S. intelligence chief warned yesterday that the threat was growing for a devastating cyber assault on critical U.S.
WINDSOR CASTLE, England, (Reuters) – President Donald Trump said yesterday the United States and Britain could secure a “great” post-Brexit trade deal, lavishing praise on Prime Minister Theresa May and contradicting his own withering assessment of her strategy publicised hours earlier.
LAHORE, (Reuters) – Ousted Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam, both facing lengthy prison terms, were arrested minutes after landing in the country yesterday as they returned seeking to revitalise their flagging party ahead of a July 25 election.
(Reuters) – The U.S. Department of Commerce yesterday lifted a ban on U.S.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – A federal grand jury today indicted 12 Russian military intelligence officers on charges of hacking the computer networks of 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party, the Justice Department said.
BLENHEIM PALACE, England, (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said a free trade deal with Britain might be impossible if London went ahead with Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposals for post-Brexit ties with the European Union, in damaging remarks that could widen domestic criticism of her plans.
BRUSSELS, (Reuters) – Donald Trump gave an angry ultimatum to European allies yesterday, warning a NATO summit the United States could withdraw its support and sparking crisis talks which the U.S.
NEW YORK, (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Failing to let girls finish their education could cost the world as much as $30 trillion in lost earnings and productivity, yet more than 130 million girls are out of school globally, the World Bank said on Wednesday.
SEATTLE, (Reuters) – Jeff Bezos’ rocket company plans to charge passengers about $200,000 to $300,000 for its first trips into space next year, two people familiar with its plans told Reuters.
(Reuters) – A Missouri jury yesterday ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay a record $4.69 billion to 22 women who alleged the company’s talc-based products, including its baby powder, contain asbestos and caused them to develop ovarian cancer.
(Reuters) – Stormy Daniels, the porn star who has said she had a sexual encounter with U.S.
BRUSSELS, (Reuters) – NATO leaders will try today to move beyond U.S. President Donald Trump’s demands for higher defence spending, and focus on ending the long war in Afghanistan, in the second day of a summit in Brussels underscored by transatlantic tensions.
CHIANG RAI, Thailand, (Reuters) – The first video of the Thai boys rescued from a flooded cave after 17 days was released yesterday, showing them smiling and waving from their hospital beds, looking thin but fine after an ordeal that has gripped the world.
(Reuters) – All migrant children under age 5 who were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border will have been reunited with their parents by early this morning if they were eligible, a Trump administration official said in a statement yesterday.
SYDNEY, (Reuters) – Pacific nations Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands have signed on to a joint undersea internet cable project, funded mostly by Australia, that forestalls plans by Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd to lay the links itself.
(Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort may face evidence at trial about alleged wrongdoing in the 1980s and lost a bid to stay at a jail where he said he was being treated like a “VIP,” court papers yesterday showed.
CHIANG RAI, Thailand, (Reuters) – Rescuers freed the last four of 12 Thai boys and their soccer coach from deep inside a flooded cave yesterday, a successful end to a perilous mission that gripped the world for more than two weeks.
LONDON, (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May won the support of senior ministers and an endorsement from Europe’s most powerful leader, Angela Merkel, yesterday, surviving the explosive resignations of two top cabinet members in protest at her Brexit plans.
WASHINGTON/BEIJING, (Reuters) – The Trump administration raised the stakes in its trade dispute with China yesterday, saying it would slap 10 percent tariffs on an extra $200 billion worth of Chinese imports.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Prime Minister Theresa May’s foreign minister and Brexit negotiator quit yesterday in protest at her plans to keep close trade ties with the European Union after Britain leaves the bloc, stirring rebellion in her party’s ranks.
JOHANNESBURG, (Reuters) – After declaring an end yesterday to a costly two-decade military stalemate, Ethiopia and Eritrea – one a rising African star, the other among the world’s most isolationist nations – appear poised to reap a lucrative peace dividend.
CHIANG RAI, Thailand, (Reuters) – Rescuers resumed preparations yesterday for a third rescue operation deep into a cave complex in northern Thailand to free four remaining boys and their soccer coach in a race against time and monsoon weather.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – President Donald Trump on Monday announced Brett Kavanaugh as his nominee for the U.S.
(Reuters) – A U.S. federal judge yesterday rejected the Trump administration’s request to allow long-term detention of illegal immigrant children, a setback for President Donald Trump’s executive order to end the separation of immigrant families.
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – A New York man who said he was Donald Trump’s personal driver for more than 20 years sued the U.S.
(Reuters) – Tropical Storm Chris strengthened in the mid-Atlantic and was expected to become a hurricane on Monday evening or Tuesday, while the former Hurricane Beryl dwindled into a heavy rainstorm threatening to bring flooding to Puerto Rico, forecasters said.
KUALA LUMPUR, (Reuters) – Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Friday the “unfairness” of contracts for Beijing-backed projects were a key issue he would raise during a visit to China next month.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Prime Minister Theresa May’s strategy for leaving the European Union hung in the balance today after two leading eurosceptic ministers resigned in protest at her plans to retain close EU ties after Brexit.
ADDIS ABABA, (Reuters) – Ethiopia and Eritrea declared their “state of war” over today and agreed to open embassies, develop ports and resume flights, concrete signs of a stunning rapprochement that has swept away two decades of hostility in a matter of weeks.
CHIANG RAI, Thailand, (Reuters) – Four of 12 Thai schoolboys were rescued from a flooded cave yesterday in a daring and dangerous operation to save the children and their soccer coach who have been trapped underground for more than two weeks.
LONDON, (Reuters) – Brexit Secretary David Davis has resigned because he was not willing to be “a reluctant conscript” to Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans to leave the European Union, delivering a blow to a British leader struggling to end divisions among her ministers.