Trump’s Views on Dictators go far Beyond Strategic Support

The United States has long had a history of supporting dictatorships for strategic reasons. But Trump's praise for tyrants is something else.

Egypt Opens Gaza Border Crossing for 3 Days

Gaza's border crossing into Egypt opened Saturday under the Palestinian Authority's control for the first time in a decade.

Germany Holds Protest Against US, North Korea Tensions

Hundreds of people formed a human chain between the United States and North Korean embassies in Berlin, Germany on Saturday.

Ukraine Detains Man Wanted for 2004 Murder of Forbes Editor

MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine's intelligence agency says it has detained a man wanted for the high-profile murder of American journalist Paul Klebnikov in Russia 13...

German Parties Seek Compromise on Migrants, Climate Change

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative bloc and two smaller parties are pushing hard to reach an agreement on climate change and immigration.

Zimbabweans Stage March Against President Mugabe

Crowds marched through Zimbabwe's capital on Saturday to demand the departure of President Robert Mugabe, one of Africa's last remaining liberation leaders.

Lebanon’s Prime Minister to Arrive in Beirut Within Days After Saudi...

Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad Hariri said Saturday he will return home in the coming days after a strange resignation announcement from Saudi Arabia.

Portugal: Glimpse Into the World Without Net Neutrality

The Portuguese picture of lack of net neutrality shows what will happen in the U.S. if the courts and Congress don’t intervene.

Search Continues for Missing Argentina Submarine

A search and rescue operation was continuing on Saturday for an Argentine Navy submarine with 44 crew on board that has been missing since Wednesday.

UN Panel Agrees to Move Ahead With Debate on ‘Killer Robots’

A U.N. panel agreed Friday to move ahead with talks to define and possibly set limits on weapons that can kill without human involvement.

Amnesty International: Militants, Philippine Troops Violated Law in Marawi Siege

Amnesty International said Friday it has documented violations of humanitarian law during the five-month siege to the Philippines' southern city of Marawi.

US Seeks More Action From African Nations on North Korea

US Secretary of State Tilllerson called on African nations on Friday to do more to isolate North Korea, which seeks relationships with the continent.

Iraqi Forces Liberate Country’s Last Town Held by ISIS

Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi congratulated his forces on Friday on retaking the last Iraqi town that was held by Islamic State.

Advocacy Groups: Killings of Transgender People Increase in US

At least 25 transgender people in the United States have been homicide victims so far this year, the highest annual total on record.

Catalan Extradition Case Pushed to Next Month

The lawyer for ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont says the extradition hearing for his client and four others has been pushed to December 4.

Climate Talks Wrap Up with Progress on Paris Rulebook

Global talks on curbing climate change wrapped up Friday, with delegates and observers claiming progress on several key details of the 2015 Paris accord.

China Extends National Anthem Law to Hong Kong, Further Undermining the...

China voted to extend a national anthem law to Hong Kong, another reminder that Beijing aims to fully incorporate the city into the mainland legal system.

Senior Chinese Envoy in North Korea Amid Chill in Ties

The highest-level Chinese envoy to North Korea in 2 years visited the country's capital to try to improve relations between the two countries.

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe Makes 1st Public Appearance Amid Talks on Departure

Zimbabwe President Mugabe made his first public appearance since the military put him under house arrest, attending a graduation ceremony in the capital.

US Congress Approves Sweeping $700Bln Military Spending Bill

The U.S. Congress on Thursday sent President Donald J. Trump a sweeping defense policy bill authorizing a $700 billion budget for the military.