The U.S. government has named a Russian ship on a list of vessels suspected of providing fuel to Pyongyang, a month after Reuters reported the same ship… Read more "U.S. says Russian ship suspected of illicit North Korea trade"
Germans must be ready to spend to bolster economies elsewhere in Europe, the German lead candidate for the EU center-right said on Friday as campaigning gets underway… Read more "Germans must spend for Europe: EU candidate Weber"
Warsaw is likely to refuse Holocaust denier David Irving entry to Poland later this year, the foreign minister said on Friday, citing local legislation that bans denying… Read more "Poland likely to bar Holocaust denier, foreign minister says"
Lebanese President Michel Aoun told visiting U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday that the Iran-backed Hezbollah movement was a Lebanese party with popular support, the… Read more "Lebanon’s Aoun tells Pompeo Hezbollah has popular support"
Hundreds of thousands of Algerians rallied on Friday to demand the immediate resignation of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who is fighting for his political survival in the face… Read more "Hundreds of thousands of Algerians rally against Bouteflika"
North Korea on Friday pulled out of a liaison office with the South, in a major setback for Seoul, just hours after the United States imposed the… Read more "North Korea quits liaison office in setback for South after new U.S. sanctions"
The leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party said votes on alternative Brexit plans to Prime Minister Theresa May's deal could be held in parliament on Wednesday, and… Read more "UK lawmakers might vote on Brexit alternatives on Wednesday: Corbyn"
Indian security forces on Friday killed seven militants who they said belonged to Pakistan-based groups during four gunbattles in Kashmir - the highest number of clashes in… Read more "Indian forces kill seven militants in Kashmir as crackdown deepens"
The U.N. Human Rights Council on Friday criticized Israeli settlement expansion in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights a day after U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize… Read more "U.N. rights body calls for halt to Israeli expansion in Syrian Golan"
Hundreds of thousands of people scrambled for shelter, food and water across a swathe of southern Africa on Friday after a cyclone killed hundreds and swept away… Read more "Hunger, disease stalk Africa cyclone survivors, U.N. sees 1.7 million affected"
A man suspected of killing three people in a shooting aboard a tram in the city of Utrecht this week admitted his guilt to a judge on… Read more "Suspect in Utrecht shooting admits guilt to judge, prosecutors say"
Scores of angry protesters swarmed Iraq's president and the governor of Mosul on Friday, forcing them to leave the site of a river ferry accident that killed… Read more "Grief turns to anti-government anger after boat capsize in Iraq’s Mosul"
A Dutch judge on Friday extended for two weeks the detention of the suspect in a shooting that killed three people in the city of Utrecht this… Read more "Judge extends custody for suspect in Utrecht shooting"
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Friday he hoped British Prime Minister Theresa May will get her deal to leave the European Union through parliament, adding… Read more "Brexit fatigue, Ireland’s Varadkar says hopes Brexit deal will pass UK parliament"
European Council President Donald Tusk said on Friday the EU was holding its line on the Golan Heights despite U.S. President Donald Trump's move to recognize Israeli… Read more "EU holds position on Golan Heights despite Trump: Tusk"
Indonesian airline Garuda plans to cancel a $6 billion order for Boeing 737 MAX jets, it said on Friday, saying some passengers would be frightened to board… Read more "Indonesian airline cancels Boeing order, citing passenger fear"
Italy and China want to revive the spirit of the ancient Silk Road by deepening their trade and investment ties, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Friday… Read more "China’s Xi looks to strengthen Italian ties, evokes ancient trade routes"
Tens of thousands of Algerians rallied on Friday to demand the immediate resignation of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who is fighting for his political survival in the face… Read more "Thousands of Algerians rally to demand Bouteflika quit"
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar issued a tongue-in-cheek reminder on Friday that European Union and non-EU countries - which neighbouring Britain is due to become - can… Read more "Irish PM sings tongue-in-cheek praises of EEA’s lack of ‘red lines’"
A suspicious parcel found at a postal sorting office in the western Irish county of Limerick appears to be identical to letter bombs sent to buildings in… Read more "Irish parcel appears identical to UK letter bombs: police"