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North Korean foreign minister in Sweden amid speculation
North Korea's foreign minister is expected to meet with his Swedish counterpart for a second day after making a surprise trip that has fueled speculation about a possible meeting between President
The Latest: Russia prepares retaliatory sanctions against US
Russia's government will add more Americans to its "black list" in response to new sanctions against Russians accused of election meddling
6 months after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico pleads for help
Hurricane Maria caused roughly $100 billion in damage to Puerto Rico.
Hong Kong’s Richest Man, a Wartime Refugee Turned Billionaire, Is Retiring
The Hong Kong tycoon's fortune is worth an estimated $34 billion.
South Africa Demands Retraction From Australia After Minister Offers ‘Civilized’ Help to White South African Farmers
On Wednesday, an Australian minister lamented the plight of white South African farmers, saying that they “deserve special attention” and need help “from a civilized country like ours.” During his
Fearing isolation, Taiwan cheers US law expanding contacts
Taiwan is cheering a U.S. measure signed into law by President Donald Trump that encourages expanded contacts between Washington and the self-governing
Afghan police say suicide bomber kills 3 in Kabul
Afghan police officer says a suicide car bomber has killed three civilians and wounded five more in the eastern part of the capital Kabul
Grand jury indicts 4 in death of university frat pledge
A grand jury has indicted four people on charges in the death of a Louisiana State University student whose blood-alcohol content was more than six times the legal limit for driving
Southeast Asian leaders to sign security agreement in Sydney
Southeast Asian leaders will sign an agreement on regional cooperation against violent extremism as the risk from returning foreign fighters grows with Islamic State group militant losses in the
EU releases list of US products that could face tariffs
The EU has published a list of U.S. products it plans to introduce duties on if the 28-nation bloc is not exempted from President Donald Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs
Hillary Clinton treated for minor injury in India
The head of an Indian hospital says Hillary Clinton was treated there for a minor injury
How SKorea's Moon took the lead in NKorea nuclear diplomacy
A look at how South Korean President Moon rose to the front of diplomatic efforts aimed at ending North Korean nuclear crisis
Court keeps Queen Elizabeth's letters secret
A historian lost her court bid to force the release of secret letters that would reveal what Queen Elizabeth II knew of her representative's plan to dismiss Australia's government more than 40 years
Vatican convicts ex-Guam archbishop accused of abuse
The Vatican on Friday has removed the suspended Guam archbishop from office and ordered him not to return to the island after convicting him of some charges in a sex abuse trial
China's new vice president has reputation as 'Mr Fix-it'
Wang Qishan is known as China's "Mr. Fix-it," a trustworthy official deployed to tackle the thorniest of crises _ from crumbling banks to deadly illness to high-level corruption
Xi Jinping reappointed China's president with no term limits
Xi Jinping has been reappointed as China's president with no limit on the number of terms he can serve
7 US airmen die in helicopter crash in Iraq after hitting power line
There appear to be no signs of hostile fire.
Tesla Built the World’s Biggest Battery. Now This Billionaire Has Plans to Beat It
The new battery will be used at a steelworks and help improve local grid stability.
Cambodia Is Losing Its Democracy. It’s Time for Tougher Sanctions.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party swept all 58 seats up for grabs in recent Senate elections. The electoral sweep was unsurprising, given that democracy in... Read More The post Cambodia Is Losing
Tariffs Were Killing New Zealand’s Economy. Free Trade Turned It Around.
The new tariffs announced by President Donald Trump have generated intense controversy. With the debate ongoing, it might be useful to examine how other countries... Read More The post Tariffs Were