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The hotel chain apologizes after a poorly worded customer survey prompts a political backlash and an investigation by Chinese officials.
Ecuador wants the WikiLeaks founder to leave its London embassy, but Whitehall insists that he face justice, which could include extradition to the U.S.
Taha Siddiqui, a reporter and frequent critic of Pakistan’s military, escaped an attack by a dozen men who diverted his car just outside the capital.
The popularity of the book, which chronicles dysfunction in the White House, “foretells President Trump’s political demise,” North Korean state media said.
Reports that migrants were tortured upon their return to Sudan are provoking calls for the migration minister to resign.
The founder of the group has been accused of sexually and physically abusing children and former members of the group.
The Times reported on a secret effort by Egyptian intelligence to sway public opinion on Jerusalem. Officials say the article hurt national security.
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The Vatican’s charity office secured free tickets for 2,100 people, among them the homeless and refugees, but some critics quickly spoke up.
Jewish advocacy groups welcomed an idea to make such tours mandatory for immigrants to Germany. But some experts called the idea simplistic.
The fate of Ma Xiaohong, and the business empire she built on trade with North Korea, has become a measure of China’s willingness to confront its neighbor.
Oyub Titiev, who has run a human rights group since the unsolved murder of a member of the group, is the latest in a series of government critics to face drug charges.
While no deaths were reported, the attacks highlighted the challenges Colombia faces in negotiating a peace deal with the ELN rebel group similar to the one it signed with the larger FARC group.
The government said foreign-owned, single-brand retailers would get more time to meet its requirements to sell products made by Indians.
Monterrey’s experiment in reducing crime offers a concerning lesson for any country with weak institutions.
Hundreds protested in outrage over the death of the girl, one of about a dozen children killed in the city of Kasur over the past two years.
A combination of snow and rain shut off access to Zermatt, near the Matterhorn. Until late Wednesday afternoon, helicopter was the only way out.
A shocking video from Islamic State’s Sinai branch showed one former Gazan instructing another to kill a man accused of smuggling weapons to Hamas
A rare overhaul by Iran’s hard-line dominated judiciary came amid domestic and international pressure to reduce its executions, which are second only to China’s.
Lawmakers passed legislation allowing Muslims in Thrace, a northern region, to take civilian cases to Greek courts rather than to Islamic clerics.