Trump billionaire friend aimed to profit from Mideast nuclear deal – Democrats

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Tom Barrack, a billionaire friend of U.S. President Donald Trump, pursued a.

Trump presses race as 2020 tactic, draws rebuke from Republican governor

BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump, again stoking racial divisions, on Monday renewed his attacks.

Renewed unrest grips Bahrain after authorities execute activists

DUBAI (Reuters) – Protests broke out in Bahrain after the execution of two Shi’ite Muslim.

German government very concerned about arrests in Russia

FILE PHOTO: Law enforcement officers detain a participant of a rally calling for opposition candidates to be.

Four dead in California shooting, including suspected gunman

(Reuters) – Four people have died at a California food festival shooting, including a suspected.

South Korea says North Korean fishing boat, three crew to be returned

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea will release three North Koreans who crossed the maritime border.

Italian police investigate picture of blindfolded U.S. murder suspect

ROME (Reuters) – Italian police have launched an investigation into a picture showing a U.S..

Miner CAP says oil spill on remote Chilean island contained

SANTIAGO (Reuters) – An oil spill under investigation by the Chilean navy on the far.

Explosion during Kabul rush hour wounds six – official

KABUL (Reuters) – A powerful explosion hit central Kabul during evening rush hour on Sunday,.

Israel says Arrow-3 missile shield passes U.S. trials, warns Iran

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel’s U.S.-backed Arrow-3 ballistic missile shield has passed a series of live.

India boosts Hindu pilgrimage to holy cave in conflict-torn Kashmir

PAHALGAM, India (Reuters) – India is hailing a Hindu pilgrimage to a holy cave high.

Mexico to help create 20,000 jobs in Honduras to curb migration

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s government said on Saturday it would help Honduras create 20,000.

Guatemalan presidential candidates question U.S. migration deal

GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) – The two contenders to be Guatemala’s next president questioned on Saturday.

Nigerian court grants permission to declare Shi’ite group terrorists

ABUJA (Reuters) – A Nigerian court has granted the government permission to label a local.

Attacks on security forces in Pakistan kill 10 soldiers

DERA ISMIAL KHAN, Pakistan (Reuters) – At least 10 soldiers have been killed in separate.

Tunisia bids farewell to president Essebsi at state funeral

People gather during the funeral of the Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi in Tunis, Tunisia.

Bahrain executes three men convicted on ‘terrorism’ charges – prosecutor

CAIRO (Reuters) – Bahrain executed early on Saturday three people convicted in two separate cases,.

U.S. Supreme Court lets Trump use disputed funds for border wall

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday handed President Donald Trump a victory.

North Korea’s Kim says missile test a warning to South Korean ‘warmongers’

SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea said on Friday its latest missile launch was a warning.

Europe’s record heatwave threatens Greenland ice sheet

GENEVA (Reuters) – The hot air that smashed European weather records this week looks set.

British Airways to resume flights to Cairo on Friday

FILE PHOTO: Exterior of Terminal 1 is seen at Cairo International Airport in Cairo, Egypt,.

Britain fines Russia’s RT for breaking broadcast rules over Skripal and Syria

FILE PHOTO: Vehicles of Russian state-controlled broadcaster Russia Today (RT) are seen near the Red.

Singapore opposition party fears use of fake news law in election

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The leader of a new Singapore opposition party said on Friday he.

Armed men steal $40 million of gold, metals from Brazil airport

A view of pickup trucks with livery resembling Brazil’s federal police inside the DEIC (State.

Two Israeli men shot dead in apparent Mexico City shopping mall hit

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Two Israeli men were shot dead in an apparent gangland hit.

U.S. Justice Department resumes use of death penalty, schedules five executions

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Justice Department on Thursday reinstated a two-decades long dormant policy.

Nuclear talks in doubt as North Korea tests ballistic missiles, envoy cancels trip

SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea test-fired two new short-range ballistic missiles on Thursday, South Korean.

Nuclear talks in doubt as North Korea tests missiles, envoy cancels trip

SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea test-fired two new short-range missiles on Thursday, South Korean officials.

Putin allies’ oil feud spills into public view

MOSCOW (Reuters) – The blame game over a contamination scandal in Russia’s oil industry has.

U.S. judge blocks Trump’s latest sweeping asylum rule

(Reuters) – A federal judge in San Francisco on Wednesday blocked the Trump administration from.

Mueller says he did not exonerate Trump as Republicans assail inquiry

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller said on Wednesday in his long-awaited U.S..

Mother of senior aide to Mexico’s ex-president arrested in Germany

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – The mother of Emilio Lozoya, the former chief executive of Mexican.