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The case surrounding Reza Zarrab involves allegations of money laundering, bribery, secret deals, death threats and new identities - and he may well have something to say about former U.S. national security advisor Michael Flynn.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe should acknowledge the nation's "insatiable desire" for a leadership change and resign immediately, the recently fired vice-president and likely successor to the 93-year-old leader said Tuesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad for talks at which the two men agreed that the focus in the Syrian conflict was now switching from military operations to the search for a political solution.
Myanmar has subjected Rohingya Muslims to long-term discrimination and persecution that amounts to "dehumanizing apartheid," Amnesty International said Tuesday in a report that raises questions about what those who have fled a violent military crackdown would face if they returned home.
A decision by the Trump administration to end a temporary residency permit program that has allowed almost 60,000 Haitians to live and work in the United States has the Canadian
In Zimbabwe, the army is the new hero in town, seen as a saviour delivering Zimbabweans from the tyranny of decades of despotic rule by Robert Mugabe. Not everyone is buying in.
A headline called it "Merkel's Defeat," but the German chancellor is still standing amidst the breakdown of coalition talks and criticism of her leadership.
Prosecutors in Poland opened an investigation Monday to determine if statements expressed during a march by far-right nationalists in Warsaw this month violated laws against propagating racism.
A strong performance by Chile's left-wing parties in Sunday's election left conservative presidential front-runner Sebastian Pinera facing a tight battle to win a December runoff and likely opposition to tax breaks in Congress if elected.
The New York Times says it has suspended White House reporter Glenn Thrush while it investigates charges that he made unwanted advances on young women while he worked as a reporter at Politico and the Times.
Amsterdam won the right to host the EU's drug agency after Brexit, tying with Milan in a vote on Monday that was then decided by the drawing of lots, diplomatic sources said.
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has asked judges to authorize an investigation in Afghanistan of allegations of war crimes by the U.S. military and CIA, crimes against humanity by the Taliban and war crimes by Afghan security forces.
Queen Elizabeth and her husband, Prince Philip, marked their 70th wedding anniversary on Monday. Elizabeth became queen in 1952. Now 91, she is the first British monarch to reach a platinum anniversary.
Harrison Ford came to the real-life rescue of a woman who was involved in a car accident north of Los Angeles.
Russia's parliament is getting involved in the Olympic participation debate, reportedly assisting the Kontinental Hockey League's attempt to prevent its players, including potential members of Team Canada, from playing in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
U.S. President Donald Trump announced Monday the U.S. is putting North Korea's "murderous regime" on America's terrorism blacklist, despite questions about Pyongyang's support for international attacks beyond the assassination of its leader's half brother in February.
A second woman has accused Minnesota Sen. Al Franken of improper conduct, saying he put his hand on her buttocks as they posed for a picture at the Minnesota State Fair in 2010 — after he had begun his career in the Senate.