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In another puzzling development in the investigation of an alleged attack on the actor, the Cook County state’s attorney has recused herself from the case.
Declaring the issue "complicated", Ciaran Martin said that "everything is on the table" as the UK decides whether to follow Australia and the US in banning Huawei.
Italy warned there would be consequences to pay if the daughter of missing diplomat Jo Song Gil had been secretly whisked back to Pyongyang.
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The Conservatives have abandoned their principles and are being taken over by hard-right extremists, defecting MPs warn.
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Worries about the UK's exposure to Huawei may make the Five Eyes partners, and perhaps France, Germany or Japan, less inclined to co-operate, says expert.
More than 130 people, mainly children, have died and 8443 others have fallen ill in the Philippines during a measles outbreak that has been largely blamed on fears about vaccinations.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has asked the United Nations to intervene in a rapidly escalating dispute with India.
A US toxicologist was shunned by mainstream scientists and regulatory agencies for saying that low levels of pollution and radiation are beneficial. Then Donald Trump became President.
A high school student from Covington, Kentucky, has launched a lawsuit against the Washington Post for defamation, claiming the newspaper falsely accused him of racist acts.
China’s Xinjiang camps share much with Stalin’s gulag and Hitler’s concentration camps as they reflect a drive to not only use repression as a means of control but also the desire to mobilise society “behind an exclusive ideology” and “to ‘educate’ people into becoming committed believers, to claim them in soul as well as body”.
Many of Bernie Sanders' ideas - which only a few years ago seemed thrilling and radical to US progressives - are now mainstream positions for Democrats.
Rescuers using helicopters "saved several people" after a search, according to spokesman Steve Leger of the Valais police.
In a legally controversial decision, the UK home secretary has moved to bar the 19 year-old from coming home with her newborn baby.
The agency issued a safety alert about the infusion of plasma from young donors for the prevention of conditions such as aging or memory loss.
Several of the inmates advised the Inmate Supervisor that they could get into the vehicle without breaking the window and were given permission to help.
"Whoever did this is not worthy of the French republic and will be punished," declared President Emmanuel Macron touring a vandalised Jewish cemetery.
A person familiar with FBI internal discussions says acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe asked investigators to work on a back-up plan.
The chatterbox-in-chief has eschewed the traditional way of talking with members of Congress, calling them at all hours and sometimes with no real agenda.
Roger Stone took aim at the US district judge, suggesting she was assigned to his case by the "Deep State" and posting a photo of her with a cross-hairs symbol.
The 77-year-old self-described socialist has formally announced he will take a shot at the top job.
Beijing security firm Knownsec Information Technology reported on Monday that Chinese organisations suffered an average of 800 million cyber attacks daily in 2018.
Junta leader Prayut Chan-o-cha should be in the box seat to remain in power, but the opposition parties in Thailand are stirring.
Cuban cigars are sold in about 150 countries.
The conflict, which has killed tens of thousands, is widely seen in the region as a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
A coalition of 16 American states argues the US President's decision to build a wall through an emergency declaration is unconstitutional.
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He's twice been named Sweden's best barista, but this Aussie says the country's red tape is threatening to ruin his successful new business.
The Trump administration and the Venezuelan opposition have staked their plans to weaken President Nicolás Maduro on a climactic moment only days away.
It started with the sixth-grader's refusal to recite the Pledge of Allegiance and allegedly escalated to resisting an officer.
Donald Trump celebrated Presidents' Day with a game of golf and a flurry of tweets saying the had been the victim of an attempted coup.
The new legal guidance says New Yorkers have a right to "hairstyles that are closely associated with their racial, ethnic or cultural identities."
Authorities in Madrid and Gibraltar have given differing versions of an incident in which a Spanish warship told commercial ships to leave anchorages near Gibraltar.
The former Victorian school principal - who would face 74 charges of sex abuse and rape if extradited to Australia - failed to appear in court on Monday.
The decisions of the two major European powers could be a tipping point for Huawei, the world's largest telecommunications equipment maker.
The iconic image of George Mendonsa in Times Square had an unusual twist: he had never met the woman he was kissing.
Israel's acting Foreign Minister echoed comments from the Prime Minister that "many Poles" had collaborated with the Nazis in World War II.
Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe said he wonders if there is an inappropriate relationship between President Donald Trump and Russia.
It didn't work in the 1980s - will a new group of Labour rebels 'fix politics' or hand power to the Conservatives for a decade?
The attack in which 40 Indian soldiers died last week has escalated the potential for conflict between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan.
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The second of five scheduled Indonesian Presidential election debates was so underwhelming that more people may join the "golput" movement and abstain from voting.
Pakistan is in the grip of a debt crisis and is seeking a $US12 billion bailout from the International Monetary Fund but has yet to agree to tough conditions.
A Japanese newspaper reported that Shinzo Abe nominated Donald Trump at the US President's request.
To grasp the significance of the unprecedented cyber hack on Australia's political parties, consider the state of affairs across the Pacific Ocean.
Saudi Arabia says UK Sun reports that Mohammed bin Salman wishes to buy the championship football team are 'completely false'.
Vale said it evacuated residents near dam after reviewing safety data on the structure.
When US Democrats unveiled their Green New Deal to fight climate change, the Republican response was swift and strikingly uniform.
The teenager, who wants to return to the UK, says she has no regrets about joining IS and was 'only a housewife' in her time with the militants.