TEHRAN, (Reuters) – France’s foreign minister was in Iran today to reaffirm Europe’s commitment to a nuclear deal that opened the Iranian economy to investment, but also to echo concerns raised by U.S.
PRINCETON, NJ (Reuters) – Some 1.8 million customers remained without power throughout the eastern United States on Saturday, and communities on the New England coast faced more flooding a day after a powerful storm snapped trees, downed wires and killed at least seven people.
ROME (Reuters) – Italians go to the polls on Sunday in a vote that could bring political gridlock after an election campaign marked by anger over the listless economy, high unemployment and immigration.
BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany will learn on Sunday whether the Social Democrat (SPD) party’s 464,000 members have voted in favour of a coalition with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives, opening the way to a new government for Europe’s economic powerhouse.
PRAGUE (Reuters) – Slovak authorities released all seven people detained in connection with the murder of an investigative journalist, a police spokeswoman said on Saturday.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) – An official of India’s Punjab National Bank received gold and diamond jewellery from a billionaire jeweller accused of being involved in a $2 billion bank fraud, the federal police told a court on Saturday.
BEIJING (Reuters) – China wants to deepen friendship with Taiwan, the ruling Communist Party’s fourth-ranked leader said on Saturday, a day after state media warned China could go to war over Taiwan if a US bill promoting closer ties with the island becomes law.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump struck a defiant tone yesterday, saying trade wars were good and easy to win, after his plan to put tariffs on steel and aluminum imports triggered threats of retaliation from trading partners and a slide in stock markets.
HAVANA, (Reuters) – The United States said yesterday it was making permanent its decision last year to slash staffing at its Havana embassy by around two-thirds because a spate of alleged health incidents among its diplomats remained unsolved.
PIRACICABA, Brazil, (Reuters) – Brazilian sugar mills looking to grow the world’s first variety of genetically modified (GM) sugarcane have planted an initial area of 400 hectares (988 acres), according to the research firm behind the project.
BOSTON, (Reuters) – A storm with winds topping 80 miles per hour (129 km per hour) lashed the U.S.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – President Donald Trump announced yesterday he would impose hefty tariffs on imported steel and aluminum to protect U.S.
CARACAS, (Reuters) – Venezuela yesterday postponed its upcoming presidential vote to May 20 in a move cementing an opposition split as socialist incumbent Nicolas Maduro seeks re-election despite an economic crisis and global censure.
NEW DELHI, (Reuters) – India regained its status as the world’s fastest growing major economy in the October-December quarter, surpassing China for the first time in a year as government spending, manufacturing and services all picked up.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI, (Reuters) – Federal police in India yesterday told a court an internal auditor at a Mumbai branch of Punjab National Bank conspired with other officials to carry out a $2 billion fraud at the country’s second-biggest state lender.
PORT OF SAN JOSE, Guatemala, (Reuters) – Guatemala appealed to the United States yesterday for more equipment and training to tackle drug trafficking as U.S.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The Trump administration is considering sanctioning a Venezuelan military-run oil services company and restricting insurance coverage for Venezuelan oil shipments to ratchet up pressure on socialist President Nicolas Maduro, a U.S.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, (Reuters) – A diplomatic row has erupted between the Haitian government and the United Nations over comments made by a senior U.N.
HOUSTON, (Reuters) – Exxon Mobil Corp said yesterday it will exit joint ventures with Russia’s Rosneft , citing U.S.
TEGUCIGALPA, (Reuters) – Police arrested the wife of former Honduran President Porfirio Lobo on Wednesday on corruption charges including siphoning funds from social works programs for the poor, officials said.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort pleaded not guilty yesterday to a new indictment brought against him in the investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election and will face trial in September.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court yestreday curbed the ability of immigrants held in long-term detention during deportation proceedings to argue for their release in a ruling in sync with President Donald Trump’s get-tough approach toward immigration.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. intelligence had evidence that voter registration systems or websites in seven states – Alaska, Arizona, California, Illinois, Texas, Florida and Wisconsin – were compromised by Russian-backed operatives before the 2016 election but never told the states, NBC News reported on Tuesday.
LONDON, (Reuters) – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his late father Kim Jong Il used fraudulently obtained Brazilian passports to apply for visas to visit Western countries in the 1990s, five senior Western European security sources told Reuters.
CARACAS, (Reuters) – Venezuelan politician Henri Falcon yesterday defied a call by the country’s political opposition to boycott an April presidential election and said he would run against President Nicolas Maduro.