The arrangement would put Europe’s fourth largest economy into the hands of parties deeply antagonistic to the European Union, its currency and illegal migrants.
The US tariffs on Canada are "totally unacceptable", Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says.
This is how the how Ukrainian authorities faked dissident journalist's murder in Kiev.
A coalition government led by Giuseppe Conte is back on the table, days after a first bid collapsed.
Corporate leaders’ comments, part of a government-backed study on gender disparities, prompted a female chief executive to say: “You might think it’s 1918 not 2018.”
Myanmar’s government signed an agreement with the United Nations, but few expect the Rohingya, a Muslim ethnic minority forced to flee Myanmar, to go home anytime soon.
The collapse of talks would be "nothing short of tragic", US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says.
The country’s vice foreign minister said that Vice President Mike Pence had made “unbridled and impudent remarks that North Korea might end like Libya.”
Itai Dzamara was one of the most outspoken critics of Robert Mugabe before his disappearance three years ago.
With Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in ill health, attention is turning to who might replace him.
The state oil company, Petrobras, cuts prices by 10% to facilitate talks with striking lorry drivers.
Officers acted "inappropriately" when they stun-gunned the Milwaukee Bucks' player Sterling Brown.
President Trump is considering ordering a sweeping trade investigation into whether imported autos pose a threat to national security, a determination that could usher in tariffs.
Voters are returning home from across the world to cast their ballot in Friday's historic referendum.
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Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman wants to ensure the reform is seen as his idea, not a concession to activists or the West.
Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei says European powers mustmake up for the US exit from the agreement.
Donald Trump's adviser and son-in-law had access to top-level security briefings rescinded in February.
The president called early elections hoping to get out ahead of economic troubles, but the lira’s dive caught up with him before the June vote.
Pakistani exchange student Sabika Sheikh was killed in the Texas school shooting.
Uber pulls out of the state two months after a fatal accident involving one of its autonomous cars.
The Pentagon said Beijing’s buildup on disputed islands in the South Island Seas is not consistent with the security exercise among allies this summer.
The Swedish Parliament passed a law requiring explicit consent — verbal or physical — from participants before they engage in a sexual act.
The victim of a nerve agent attack gave her first videotaped statement, in an attempt to quell swirling speculation, especially from Russia.
A populist Italian government could blow up the eurozone through big spending and increased debt, while challenging Brussels on Russia and migration.
A New York couple have won their legal battle to evict their son, Michael Rotondo.
The daughter of an ex-Russian spy poisoned in Salisbury makes her first video statement since the attack.
Carbon dioxide helps plants grow. But a new study shows that rice grown in higher levels of carbon dioxide has lower amounts of several important nutrients.
Egyptian security officials raided the home of a well-known activist early Wednesday, the latest arrest in a wave of post-election repression.
Two consumer rights group claim the marketing for the driving assistant technology is deceptive and misleading.
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