Hosni Mubarak, accused of complicity in killing Arab Spring protesters, was recently cleared of all charges.
The financial & operational restructuring of U.K.-based airlines after Brexit likely to hit jobs in aviation industry.
Germany and the Netherlands blocked Turkish leaders from holding rallies among Turk expatriates on their soil.
The E.U. lawmakers passed a resolution condemning the Filipino leader's plan to reinstate the death penalty.
U.N.I.C.E.F. says refugee women suffer systemic sexual assaults multiple times at the hands of traffickers.
The world's largest refugee camp shelters more than 200,000 Somalis, who fled war in their country.
Amid mounting pressure, Gambia's former leader Yahya Jammeh accepted exile offer & departed on Saturday.
The president faces the threat of military intervention by West African nations, including Nigeria and others.
Historic move reflects U.S. policy shift from "isolation to engagement."
The peace agreement between the government and the F.A.R.C. rebels was rejected in a referendum last week.
The Nobel committee honors the president's efforts to end the 52-year-long conflict with F.A.R.C. rebels.
President appoints team to hold talks with opposition on modifying the deal.
Tibetan protesters hold demonstrations to mark the 58th anniversary of the 1959 uprising against Chinese rule.
Malaysia's leader Najib Razak on Wednesday said that there are no plans to cut diplomatic ties with N. Korea.
Diplomatic row following Kim Jong-nam's death prompts Malaysia to scrap visa-free travel for all North Koreans.
The Malaysian authorities have detained a woman over one of the most high-profile killings linked to N. Korea.
France and Germany, on course for general elections, applaud the result that beats "wrong kind of populism."
The way Dutch Prime Minister handled the diplomatic row with Turkey strengthened his position as a leader.
Britain, seeking a free trade deal and a tighter grip on immigration rules, faces tough negotiations ahead.
About 1.8 million people signed a petition urging P.M. Theresa May to cancel the invitation to Donald Trump.
The U.S. condemns the “outrageous and indefensible choice” that shields Syria's use of chemical weapons.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said there can be "no alternative" for resolving Israel-Palestine conflict.
Palestinian camp warns Israel's "frenzied escalation of illegal enterprise" a threat to the two-state solution.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Iran's flagrant breach of U.N.S.C. resolution threatens global peace.
The White House cited claims that ex-president Barack Obama roped in G.C.H.Q. to snoop on his successor.
Thousands of files released by WikiLeaks claimed that C.I.A. developed spying malware & other hacking tools.
According to the leaked excerpts, President Donald Trump paid $38m in tax on an income of over $150m in 2005, a revelation that offers a rare sneak peek into the leader’s little-known personal financial empire.
The proposed plan that would reduce government’s role in healthcare sets the stage for a tough political battle.