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Britian needs a decision on substance.
Unusually secretive way Trump has handled these meetings has left his own administration guessing what happened and piqued the interest of investigators.
China has hit back at Australian criticism of the death sentence handed to a Canadian man for the attempted smuggling of 200 kilograms of methamphetamine.
Opposition MPs have emailed European Union president Donald Tusk asking him to prepare to extend the March 29 deadline for the UK leaving the EU.
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Indonesia's first presidential debate of 2019, to be held on Thursday evening, will mark the start of three months of fierce campaigning.
The 27-year-old man charged with killing British backpacker Grace Millane has pleaded not guilty to her murder.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and senior North Korean official Kim Yong Chol are expected to meet on Thursday or Friday in Washington.
For the Nicaraguan protesters who are trying to avoid capture by the country's authorities, life at a crowded safe haven is only "temporary".
About 200 Hondurans presented documents in the morning to pass through the Agua Caliente border crossing separating the two Central American nations.
Protesters surrounded the parliament in Seville where the Popular Party's Juan Manuel Moreno delivered his investiture speech.
Rescuers are contending with two crucial questions after a 2-year-old slipped into a narrow, 100m-deep well: How can they reach him and is it too late?
Theresa May has kept at it when others would have quit - which she would have doubtless been roundly criticised for doing - long ago.
Almost a dozen Senate Republicans broke with the White House on Russia, voting to move forward on a resolution that would maintain sanctions in place.
Democratic senator Kirsten Gillibrand listed a series of issues she'd tackle as president, including better health care for families, stronger public schools and more accessible job training.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas plans to reactivate an application for the Palestinians to have full membership in the United Nations.
A Saudi teen whose flight from her allegedly abusive family captured global attention says she wants to work in support of freedom for women around the world for years to come.
The legal team of opposition candidate Martin Fayulu hopes evidence collected from the polling stations in various ways will convince the constitutional court to order a recount.
The air traffic controllers opted for a universal symbol of goodwill amid the US government shutdown. They sent pizzas.
New York rubbish truck driver, who drank beer before the bicycle crash that killed Australian tourist Madison Lyden, has left court with $US1000 in fines.
This is just another stage in the longer-term strategy of whittling away the options available, until only the withdrawal agreement remains.
Authorities have evacuated around 50 survivors of the deadly attack on a luxury Nairobi hotel, which claimed a US citizen and a British citizen among the 15 reportedly dead.
The self-described "one-time right-hand man" of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman said that he previously told US authorities of the bribe.
Now is the time for Brussels, not just London, to redouble Brexit diplomacy to help ensure that a hard, disorderly exit doesn’t come to pass.
An economically ruinous 'no deal' Brexit looms for the UK, as its gridlocked politics leave the country more likely to 'choose' an option few actually want.
Two cats are living large at a $US1500-a-month ($2083) studio apartment their owner rents for them in Silicon Valley, where a housing shortage has sent rents skyrocketing.
Scores of pro-Brexit defectors from Theresa May’s Conservative party doomed the deal, voting alongside most of Labour’s MPs who hope they can now trigger a general election.
US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is urging Republican senators to support the Trump administration's decision to ease sanctions on Russian companies.
The founder of Chinese telecommunications company Huawei, Ren Zhengfei, has said he puts business first, and would “definitely say no” to a request to spy.
Pakistani police and relatives say a fire has broken out at a home in the garrison city of Rawalpindi, killing a bride-to-be and four other women who were preparing the woman's wedding.
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As another caravan leaves Honduras, the closure of Tijuana's migrant shelter El Barretal signals a somewhat bittersweet end to the Caravana Migrante 2018.
The meeting, led by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and senior North Korean official Kim Yong Chol, would happen on Thursday or Friday, according to an unnamed source.
Republicans voted unanimously to keep veteran lawmaker off of House committees, after he questioned whether the term "white supremacist" was offensive.
The skies over the confluence of sacred rivers in northern India where millions of Hindu priests and pilgrims will wash away their sins at the Kumbh Mela festival hold proof that government officials are struggling to grapple with the country's worsening air pollution.
US President Donald Trump sprang for a 300-burger tribute to the Clemson Tigers for winning the national championship.
When Clare didn't return home from Thailand, she posted that "some pretty serious stuff went down". Days later she messaged a friend, begging for help.
An Israeli recovery team will search Hungary's Danube river for the remains of some 565,000 Hungarian Holocaust victims, so they can be buried in accordance with Jewish rite.
Gary Knowles needs help from the Australian government, says his former boss - but the prisoner and his family want no publicity.
A US man accused of abducting Jayme Closs, killing her parents and holding her captive for months allegedly made up his mind to take her when he spotted her at a bus stop.
Protesters were met with tear gas after barricading roads and burning tyres in response to President Emmerson Mnangagwa's raising of fuel prices and an unfolding economic crisis.
A raft of new polls show most Americans oppose a border wall and blame Trump and his Republican colleagues, rather than Democrats, for the government shutdown.
An art exhibit in Israel featuring a crucified Ronald McDonald has sparked protests by the country's Arab Christian minority.
McKinsey Global Institute report estimates that as many as 800 million people may lose their jobs to robots by 2030.
A second referendum would be a 'subversion of democracy', says PM as her Brexit plans face defeat in Parliament.
Actor and #MeToo activist Rose McGowan avoids jail after pleading no contest to a drug charge.
To his allies, Emmanuel Macron's letter to the French launching a national policy debate was an exercise in democracy. To his critics, it was a mere gesture.
A Chinese court has sentenced a Canadian man to death after he was convicted of involvement in a drug ring that attempted to send 200 kilograms of methamphetamine to Australia.
Pawel Adamowicz, the mayor of the Polish city of Gdansk, has died after being stabbed on stage at a Polish charity event, Poland's health minister said on Monday.
Private-sector Chinese businesses are key to growth, and they happen to share many of the same complaints as the United States.