Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May said Thursday she would raise the issue of leaks from a probe into the Manchester terror attack that have infuriated British authorities with their US counterparts.
A total of 11 people have been arrested in Britain and Libya over Monday’s suicide bombing on a pop concert in the northwestern English city of Manchester by a British-born man of Libyan origin.
Thousands of protesters carrying effigies of Donald Trump marched through Brussels on Wednesday after the US president arrived for talks with the EU and NATO.
At least 34 people including young children drowned Wednesday when they fell off an overloaded migrant vessel in the Mediterranean, where tensions are rising between aid ships and the Libyan coastguard.
Police fired tear gas and stun grenades Wednesday in confrontations with a crowd of at least 25,000 marching on Brazil’s presidential palace to demand the resignation of embattled President Michel Temer and an end to austerity reforms.
New Zealand joined the exclusive space-race club on Thursday with the successful launch of a Rocket Lab test craft named Electron.
India’s passenger trains are notorious for being rickety and spartan, but the government is hoping to change all that with a new “luxury” service.
Hong Kong on Thursday hit back at a decision by Moody’s to cut its credit rating on the city, which the agency said was becoming increasingly close to mainland China.
Taiwan’s giant step towards allowing same-sex marriage has reverberated across Asia, but activists warn the fight for equality isn’t over in a region where gay sex remains illegal in some countries.
The new Republican health care bill approved by the House of Representatives will leave 23 million more Americans uninsured by 2026 than under current law, a congressional forecast announced Wednesday.
It could have caused a diplomatic incident but a culinary quip from Pope Francis seemed to have gone down well with Donald Trump and his wife Melania.