The parents of the detained student say they want the U.S. government to push harder for his release.
Tillerson told diplomats the United States would hold direct talks with North Korea under strict conditions.
The missile exploded shortly after launch, but Kim’s ambitions are clear.
Heavy security was in place for the papal visit three weeks after Palm Sunday church attacks that killed dozens of people.
Russia may be trying to reframe the debate in its favor.
"If Islamophobia continues to spread … the day will come when we will have to ask all women to wear headscarves.”
The city was to underwrite the project, but the mayor says there is too high a risk that taxpayers will be asked to kick in more.
A look at how key countries have adjusted to Trump during his first 100 days in office.
Trump called the Korea accord “a horrible deal” and vowed to renegotiate better terms or withdraw.
The deaths took place in restive Nangahar province, where the Islamic State is defending safe havens.
Trump has shown a willingness to embrace positions advocated by the retired Marine general.
Seeking help on North Korea, the U.S. president is now more careful to avoid ruffling Chinese feelings over Taiwan.
The French presidential candidate ‘uses the gender card to her own advantage’ by stigmatizing Muslims.
Seoul’s air now regularly ranks among the dirtiest in Asia. Politicians blame China.
Ununual unanimity echoes campaign by U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley to address alleged bias.
The prominent politician has sought the presidency three other times. The August vote is likely to be his last chance.
Scores of protesters, many wearing masks, broke through a police cordon and entered Macedonia’s parliament late Thursday, attacking lawmakers to protest the election of a new speaker despite a months-long deadlock in talks to form a new government.
The ‘Rupert Murdoch of Chile’ collaborated with the CIA in the 1973 coup that brought the strongman to power.
New tariffs threaten livelihoods in Quesnel, which is so reliant on U.S. trade that it flies an American flag at its visitors center.
North Korea fired another missile early Saturday local time, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said, in another incendiary move from Kim Jong Un’s regime. Details about the type of missile and how far it flew were not immediately clear, but the launch underscores both Kim’s determination to make technical progress on his weapons programs […]
Philippine officials say a powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 7.2 has struck off a southern province and prompted a local tsunami warning, but there are no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
The Latest on North Korea test-firing a missile Saturday (all times local):
The U.N. Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution backing the secretary-general’s new effort to resolve the 40-year conflict over the Western Sahara which has pitted Morocco against the Polisario Front independence movement.
The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for a bombing that targeted a police station in Baghdad’s center Friday night, and Iraqi officials said the blast killed four people and wounded eight.
Hundreds of opponents of President Nicolas Maduro marched to a military prison outside Caracas on Friday to demand the release of Leopoldo Lopez and other jailed activists they consider political prisoners.
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