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British PM may consider extending transition period after Brexit to break deadlock over Irish border, say officials. [Read More]
Lawyers ask police to stop defeated President Abdulla Yameen from leaving country over corruption allegations. [Read More]
Rights groups are demanding a review of outdated laws on information transparency. [Read More]
Canadian firms already have extensive cross-border exchanges of supplies, technology and investment in marijuana sector. [Read More]
Moon Jae-in to meet Pope Francis on Thursday; expected to extend invitation from Kim Jong Un to visit North Korea. [Read More]
In November, 35 Senate seats are up for grabs as Democrats hope to take back a majority in Congress. [Read More]
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman comes under scrutiny as investigators find more clues. [Read More]
Student gunman kills 17 and wounds 40 others at vocational school in Kerch before killing himself, say authorities. [Read More]
The government is struggling to securing polling stations for Saturday's parliamentary elections after Taliban bombings targeting candidates and the polling stations. [Read More]
The economy and environment are many voter's primary concerns in one of the world's youngest democracies. [Read More]
By 2022, Latinos will be largest ethnic group in Texas, the second most populous state in the country, study predicts. [Read More]
The Turkish media has identified 'hit squad' potentially involved in the disappearance of the Saudi journalist in Saudi Arabia's Istanbul consulate. [Read More]
There are 91 North Koreans in the Netherlands but many are not accepted as refugees and fear deportation to South Korea. [Read More]
There are 91 North Koreans in the Netherlands but many are not accepted as refugees and fear deportation to South Korea. [Read More]
Here's a brief timeline of how Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared in Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul. [Read More]
Watchdog agency releases footage of off-duty cop shooting and wounding black autistic 18-year-old during 2017 encounter. [Read More]
State of emergency declared in parts of the southern US state after heavy rain causes flash floods, cresting rivers. [Read More]
Days after Andrew Brunson's release, US secretary of state says Washington will decide on the sanctions shortly. [Read More]
The reopening of Nassib border crossing, a vital trade route between Lebanon and Jordan, is not just a boost to regional economies and is part... [Read More]
Search for evidence was initially held off due to the consul's family still being at the Istanbul residence. [Read More]