Canada’s foreign ministry said Monday that it is ordering families of diplomatic staff in Cuba to return home amid questions about mysterious health symptoms detected in 10 people who were stationed on the island.
Several hundred Cypriot, Palestinian and Syrian protesters waved Syrian flags and chanted anti-Western slogans in front of the U.S. Embassy in Cyprus on Monday to condemn the American-led airstrikes in Syria.
French lawmakers are getting ready to discuss an immigration bill aimed at significantly changing the procedures for seeking asylum.
Courtney Topic's mother, Leesa, said she cannot accept “that Courtney's death was unavoidable."
The Washington Post staff won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting for revelations about U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore and shared the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting on Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.
Two stories that altered America’s political landscape received the highest honor in journalism.
A British propaganda expert who has studied Cambridge Analytica says the company helped Donald Trump’s presidential campaign use false statements and anti-Muslim messages to spread fear and resentment in swing states Trump needed to win.
After the Kremlin denounced U.S. plans to punish Russia over Syrian attack, the White House announced that a decision about new sanctions had not yet been made.
“Police want to stress that at no time should the public take matters into their own hands,” said Cpl. Amelia Hayden of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
In a rare public warning, the two governments indicated the campaign also targets firewalls used by small businesses and big corporations alike.
OPCW inspectors on a fact-finding mission said they are being blocked from visiting Douma.
Family members of the Nigerian school girls who were kidnapped by Islamic militants four years ago are now calling for the U.N. to intervene to find out their fate.
Raul Castro’s time in office has seen dramatic changes in Americans’ ability to travel to Cuba, with a dramatic opening under U.S. President Barack Obama, then a partial reduction under President Donald Trump.
Romania’s president says he won’t fire the country’s anti-corruption prosecutor, the latest development in a dispute over corruption that has led to street protests.
Trump’s personal lawyer said he had three legal clients in the past year — including one whose identity he asked to keep confidential.
Authorities in northern Nigeria say a German engineer has been abducted by gunmen in the town of Kano.
An out-of-control blaze was probably set deliberately, authorities say.
A stretch of Australian beaches have seen least two large sharks and two mailings in the last week. That won't stop a surfing contest.
May denies U.K. acted at U.S. behest in Syria strikes, says “we have not done this because President Trump asked us.” .
Britain’s Court of Appeal has ruled against the parents of a terminally ill toddler who are seeking permission to take him to Italy for medical treatment.
British court rules against parents of terminally ill toddler who want to take him to Italy for treatment.
British Prime Minister May: Syria, supported by Russians, trying to conceal facts of Douma chemical attack. .
Brazil’s public security minister says that investigators suspect that police-linked militias were responsible for killing a Rio de Janeiro city councilwoman who was a prominent social activist.
Head of chemical arms watchdog says Russia, Syria cite “pending security issues” before inspectors can visit Douma.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and French President Emmanuel Macron have discussed a renewed economic partnership to boost growth, jobs and investments in their two countries.
Canadian alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur is now facing an eighth murder charge.
Canadian police say alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur now facing an eighth murder charge.
French President Emmanuel Macron made surprising comments suggesting he had convinced President Trump to keep the U.S. military in Syria “long term.”
Supporters of Turkey’s main opposition party have staged sit-in demonstrations across Turkey to protest the state of emergency that was declared after a coup attempt in 2016.
Plumbers made the gruesome discovery.
Members of a homeless movement have occupied the beachfront apartment that sits at the center of the corruption case against former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
A legislative session that will see a historic political transition in Cuba is going to start one day earlier than expected.
"Russia and China are playing the Currency Devaluation game as the U.S. keeps raising interest rates. Not acceptable!” the president wrote on Twitter.
Three commissioners from Kenya’s electoral commission say they’ve resigned over the suspension of the chief executive officer who was sent on compulsory leave to pave way for wider investigations into the conduct of the commission in last year’s elections.
Polling shows Republicans and non-college educated whites are behind the policy.
Will he still be in jail when Brazil votes in October?
As of Friday, the site had already removed more than 56,000 pieces of content and shut down 108 accounts.
Billy Mitchell rose to international fame thanks to high scores and a 2007 documentary.
Slovakia’s interior minister has resigned amid the political crisis triggered by the slayings of an investigative journalist and his fiancee.
A bison reserve in eastern Poland says seven young female animals are traveling to Spain to help boost a bison herd there.
Russia’s communications watchdog has begun enforcing a nationwide ban for the popular messaging app Telegram.
Shinzo Abe is embroiled in controversies surrounding dodgy financial deals. He is flailing so badly that a former premier has suggested that he stand down at the end of June, when the Diet term ends, to avoid tainting his entire party.
The founder of a Spanish aid group that rescues migrants in the Mediterranean says Italian authorities have released his organization’s ship after impounding it for taking 218 migrants to Italy.
Guatemalans have moved a step closer to resolving a longstanding territorial dispute with neighboring Belize, voting to send the issue to the International Court of Justice.
One of China’s top social networking sites announced Monday that it will no longer be censoring content related to gay issues after the plan triggered a loud public outcry.
Senior Russian diplomat says chemical weapons watchdog cannot access site of attack near Damascus without a U.N. permit.
Thousands of opposition supporters have blocked traffic in the Armenian capital over a recent change of government that the opposition sees as a move by the ex-president to stay in power.
The United Arab Emirates says it will end its military training mission to Somalia after an incident that saw its soldiers assaulted and $9.6 million seized at an airport in Mogadishu.
Eight Hindu men accused in the gang rape and killing of an 8-year-old Muslim girl in India’s Jammu and Kashmir state have pleaded not guilty in their first court appearance.
Hong Kong authorities say a South Korean businessman accused of murdering his wife and son in a five-star hotel has killed himself while in pre-trial custody.
Turkey’s prime minister has warned Greece to refrain from “provocations” after a Greek flag was hoisted on a disputed, uninhabited islet in the Aegean Sea off the Turkish coast.
The risk of a recession in Europe's biggest economy rose significantly between March and April.
A trial has opened over the beating of two police officers and their girlfriends in northern Spain two years ago, a case surrounded by controversy because of the terrorism charges brought against the eight defendants.
German prosecutors say they’ve charged a 94-year-old former SS guard at the Auschwitz death camp as an accessory to murder.
U.S. and Afghan forces are seeking to recapture areas that were once under American control.
Islamic extremists made Imana Alhaji Gana’s village in northeastern Nigeria too dangerous for health workers to vaccinate against polio. Now that she and her family have fled to a displacement camp, those workers want to catch her children in time.
Prime Minister Theresa May is set to face restive British lawmakers Monday to justify her decision to launch airstrikes against Syria without a vote in Parliament.
Hundreds of Syrians have gathered in a landmark square in the capital of Damascus in support of their armed forces, which they say succeeded in confronting the unprecedented joint airstrikes by the West over the weekend.
Britain is hosting leaders from the 53-nation Commonwealth in London this week as it seeks to bolster trade ties around the world after Brexit.
Prime Minister Theresa May is set to face British lawmakers to explain her decision to launch airstrikes against Syria without a vote in Parliament.
Israel’s Foreign Ministry says its new ambassador to Jordan is starting his posting, ending a months-long spat between the two countries over a deadly embassy shooting.
An American pastor is going on trial in Turkey accused of ties to terror groups and spying, in a case that has strained ties between Turkey and the United States.
An independent Pakistani watchdog criticized the country’s human rights record over the past year in a new report released Monday, saying the nation has failed to make progress.
Bangladesh has rejected a claim by Myanmar that the Buddhist-majority nation has repatriated the first five among some 700,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees who fled to neighboring Bangladesh to escape military-led violence against the minority group.
Trump hailed the success of a punitive strike on Assad's forces, but most onlookers are unimpressed.
An Australian army general who led a secretive military operation to stop asylum seekers from coming to Australia by boat has been named the country’s next defense force chief.
Chinese exporters of goods from electronics to motorcycle parts are scrambling to insulate themselves from U.S. President Donald Trump’s proposed tariff hike.
The men who have run Cuba for nearly six decades began life in a remote, rural part of the island known as Biran, sons of a wealthy farmer.
In 2008, Cuba’s Raul Castro took over a country where most people couldn’t own computers or cellphones, leave without permission, run most types of private businesses or enter resort hotels.
In a new court filing, the president’s attorneys argued that his team should be allowed to review material taken from Michael Cohen’s office.
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The former FBI director told ABC News he had misgivings about Trump since he became president.
For years, Rev. John Sanqiang Cao and fellow Chinese Christian teachers would cross the river on a bamboo raft into Myanmar, carrying with them notebooks, pencils and Bibles. During the ride on March 5, 2017, Cao saw Chinese security agents waiting on the shore. He threw his cellphone into the water, protecting the identities of Chinese teachers he had recruited.
The president was furious when he realized that France and Germany weren’t expelling Russian diplomats in the same numbers as the United States.
The government is facing sustained pressure to enact anti-corruption measures.
A push to curb poppy production and heroin exports followed top-level interactions last year.
Authorities in Mexico say a small town’s mayor has been shot dead in the west-central state of Jalisco.
Signs suggest that Prayuth Chan-ocha wants to hold on to power.
Hiram Bithorn’s statue is no longer standing. The stadium bearing his name is ready to bustle again.
Prime Minister Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday he has instructed his finance minister to begin talks with Kinder Morgan to “remove the uncertainty” hanging over the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project that would nearly triple the flow of oil from Canada’s oil sands to the Pacific Coast
Police in El Salvador say unidentified assailants kidnapped and then killed journalist Karla Lisseth Turcios, who worked for the newspaper La Prensa Grafica.
His supporters suggest he is being held as a bargaining chip.
The Latest on Macron’s televised appeareance (all times local):
It's designed to “provide people with a death when they wish to die."
The French army says a deadly extremist attack on a U.N. military camp in northern Mali was “particularly sophisticated and underhanded.”
Almost one year into his term, French President Emmanuel Macron will discuss the airstrikes in Syria and defend an economic reform agenda that has prompted widespread worker strikes.
Guatemalans are voting in a referendum on their country’s longstanding territorial dispute with neighboring Belize.
A day after U.S.-led strikes targeted his chemical weapons program, Assad greeted Russian lawmakers and celebrated his conquest of the town that his government allegedly attacked with poison gas.
Even imprisonment hasn’t knocked former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva out of the lead in Brazil’s presidential race.
Egypt’s highest appeals court has upheld death sentences for four people over forming a “terrorist cell” to plot attacks on security forces and other institutions.
Pakistani police say gunmen have opened fire on worshippers coming out of a church in the southwestern city of Quetta, killing two people and wounding five others.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations said on “Fox News Sunday” that sanctions against Russia are continuing, “which you'll see again on Monday.”
The head of the Vatican’s bioethics think tank says he hopes a dialogue can be reopened in the case of Alfie Evans, a terminally ill British toddler whose parents are locked in a legal battle over his care.
Thousands of people have protested across India to seek an end to sexual violence against women.
An annual gathering of Arab leaders has opened in the eastern Saudi city of Dhahran as tensions with Iran and wars in Syria and Yemen threaten stability across the region.
Pope Francis told the faithful in St. Peter’s Square that he is “deeply disturbed” by the international community’s failure to come up with a common response to the crisis in Syria and other parts of the world.
The United States and Jordan have launched a 12-day military exercise with scenarios ranging from border security to counter-terrorism and for the first time a simulated chemical incident.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has met with a high-ranking Chinese diplomat in Pyongyang, amid a flurry of diplomacy following Kim’s recent surprise visit to Beijing.
The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for an attack on an Egyptian army base in the Sinai Peninsula that killed at least eight soldiers.
Ireland’s Helen Dixon is a watchdog to watch.