BANJUL, (Reuters) – Gambia is selling several planes and a fleet of luxury cars bought by former president Yahya Jammeh as it seeks to reduce a mountain of crippling debt contracted during the authoritarian leader’s decades-long rule.
MOSCOW, (Reuters) – Russian tycoon Oleg Deripaska has handed back three private jets he was leasing because U.S.
KUALA LUMPUR, (Reuters) – An alliance of opposition parties spearheaded by Mahathir Mohamad won Malaysia’s general election, official results showed yesterday, setting the veteran strongman on course for a return to the prime minister’s office he occupied for 22 years.
JERSUSALEM/BEIRUT, (Reuters) – Iranian forces in Syria shelled Israeli army outposts across the Syrian frontier overnight, Israel said, prompting one of the heaviest Israeli strikes in Syria since its civil war began in 2011.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – North Korea released three American prisoners and handed them over to U.S.
WASHINGTON/PARIS, (Reuters) – Dismayed European allies sought yesterday to salvage the Iran nuclear deal and preserve their Iranian trade after President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the landmark accord and ordered sanctions reimposed on Tehran.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – President Donald Trump yesterday pulled the United States out of an international nuclear deal with Iran, raising the risk of conflict in the Middle East, upsetting European allies and casting uncertainty over global oil supplies.
SEOUL, (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is expected to return from North Korea with three American detainees, as well as details of an upcoming summit between leader Kim Jong Un and U.S.
SAN SALVADOR, (Reuters) – The number of Salvadorans deported from the United States and Mexico fell 38 percent in the first three months of 2018, a U.N.
PAHOA, Hawaii, (Reuters) – The Kilauea volcano erupted again yesterday, spewing toxic gases out of two new vents and prompting authorities to call for an immediate evacuation of residents from a second neighbourhood on the Big Island.
(SYDNEY), (Reuters) – Australia’s High Court has ruled an 11th lawmaker must leave parliament after discovering she was a dual national, the Australian Broadcasting Corp reported on Wednesday, the latest casualty in a widening citizenship crisis.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – President Donald Trump said today he was reimposing economic sanctions on Iran and pulling the United States out of an international agreement aimed at stopping Tehran from obtaining a nuclear bomb.
HOUSTON, (Reuters) – ConocoPhillips is trying to seize PDVSA’s oil assets at the 335,000-barrel-per-day (bpd) Isla refinery in Curacao, which would expand its control over the Venezuelan state-run company’s barrels for export, according to sources close to the matter.
BOGOTA, (Reuters) – Over 200,000 Venezuelans have registered with Colombian authorities in the first few weeks of a count meant to assess how many undocumented migrants have fled to the Andean country, the Colombian government said yesterday.
(Reuters) – New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman resign ed yesterday after allegations of physical abuse by four women were reported in an article in the New Yorker magazine.
WASHINGTON/CARACAS, (Reuters) – The United States yesterday announced sanctions on three Venezuelans and 20 companies with ties to socialist President Nicolas Maduro for narcotics trafficking, with U.S.
BEIRUT, (Reuters) – Hezbollah and its political allies made significant gains in Lebanon’s parliamentary election, official results showed, boosting an Iranian-backed movement fiercely opposed to Israel and underlining Tehran’s growing regional clout.
WASHINGTON/ANKARA, (Reuters) – President Donald Trump will announce yesterday whether he will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal and a senior U.S.
(Reuters) – The Kennedy Center trustees have voted to rescind Bill Cosby’s Kennedy Center Honors and Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, two of the nation’s top artistic prizes, following his sex assault conviction, the organization said yesterday.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, said yesterday he would not rule out the possibility that payments were made to women other than porn star Stormy Daniels to get them to stay silent about allegations against Trump.
BEIRUT, (Reuters) – The Iran-backed Shi’ite group Hezbollah and its political allies looked set to win more than half the seats in Lebanon’s first parliamentary election in nine years, according to preliminary results cited by politicians and Lebanese media.
JOHANNESBURG, (Reuters) – KPMG’s scandal-hit South African arm yesterday welcomed a review of its turnaround strategy by the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA), saying its failings led to a negative image of auditors.
CARACAS, (Reuters) – Venezuela yesterday slammed comments by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about the government of President Nicolas Maduro, denouncing “supremacist policies” and aggression by the “regime of Donald Trump.” In a speech on Friday, Pompeo said that “a dictator today in Venezuela cripples his economy and starves his people,” and urged the State Department help to those who flee the crisis-stricken country.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The Republican leader of the U.S. House Armed Services Committee said President Trump should not walk away from the Iran nuclear deal.
BHUBANESWAR, India, (Reuters) – Police have arrested 22 people in eastern India in three separate rape cases involving teenage girls, officials said on Sunday, as grisly new attacks against women come to light despite tougher penalties.