Trump: We don't want Afghanistan to be 'laboratory for terror'
President Donald Trump on Sunday said Afghanistan "can't be a laboratory for terror" as discussions over a potential US withdrawal from the country persist after nearly 20 years at war.
Protesters defied torrential rain, police ban and threats from Beijing in show of solidarity with movement that appeared on ver
Oil tanker at centre of US power struggle departs Gibraltar
The Iranian oil tanker which has been detained off Gibraltar since early last month is now departing the British territory.
Sara Netanyahu demands to enter airplane cockpit, stopped by security
Netanyahu reportedly rose angrily from her seat and demanded to go to the cockpit after she was not welcomed to Ukraine by the flight's captain.
Israeli envoy to Jordan summoned to clarify Temple Mount events
Ambassador to Jordan Amir Weisboard asked by Jordanian officials to explain Israel’s security policy on Temple Mount.
Egyptian Sought in F.B.I. Qaeda Query Says He Has Nothing to Hide
“I love American people,” said Mohamed Ahmed El Sayed Ahmed Ibrahim, an Egyptian living in Brazil who was named on a most-wanted bulletin.
Satellite images suggest Iran satellite launch looms
Middle East News: DUBAI: Iran appears to be preparing another satellite launch after twice failing this year to put one in orbit, despite US accusations that the Islami.
Sherlock Season 5 ‘Would Have to Be Really, Really Special’ to Return - Martin Freeman
The renowned actor who played Dr. Watson for four seasons believes it is the right thing to take a hiatus after Season 4, instead of coming back with mediocre content.
Donald Trump’s Aide Confirms POTUS ‘Wants to Take a Look’ at Buying Greenland
A recent report that the US president is eyeing purchasing the world’s largest island, which belongs to Denmark, has sent social media into a frenzy. According to The Wall Street Journal, Greenland’s untapped natural resources and good strategic position have interested Donald Trump, who has been vocal about his own business savvy.
Chinese embassy tells Canada to stop meddling in Hong Kong affairs
China's embassy in Ottawa warned Canada on Sunday to stop meddling in Hong Kong affairs a day after the country issued a joint statement with the European Union in defense of the "fundamental right of assembly" for Hong Kong citizens.
Prince Andrew 'appalled' by Epstein sex abuse claims
Royal makes statement following release of video showing him in paedophile’s mansion in 2010 The Duke of York has said he is “appalled” by recent sex abuse claims surrounding his former friend Jeffrey Epstein. Prince Andrew released a statement after new footage emerged showing him inside the convicted paedophile’s Manhattan mansion in 2010. The video, obtained by MailOnline, was reportedly shot on December 6 2010, around the time Andrew was photographed with the disgraced billionaire in New ...
Government to consider law on right to switch off from work emails
Interdepartmental steering group to examine French approach to switching off, says Heather Humphreys
UN appeals for more aid for Venezuelan refugees
The UN and NGOs put out a humanitarian appeal for $770m at the start of the year and have received less than $180m.
Jordan summons Israeli envoy over Jerusalem 'violations'
Jordan says Israel's attempts to change the historic and legal status quo of Al-Aqsa Mosque site should stop.
U.S. sanctions on the high seas test European allies' patience
In the escalating tanker wars between the West and Iran, Washington is facing resistance from its traditional international partners.
AP Exclusive: US talks secretly to Venezuela socialist boss
AP Exclusive: A senior administration official says the U.S. has opened up secret communications with Venezuela's socialist party boss
Marine traffic monitoring site shows Iranian tanker suspected of breaching US sanctions to be moving away from Gibraltar