Monday, September 21, 2015



New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern condemned Australia's hardline policy of deporting Kiwi criminals at a meeting with

Trump's wall prototypes to come down along US-Mexico border

The eight border-wall prototypes President Donald Trump inspected during a visit to California in

Nigeria's leader already claiming election win

Nigeria's president says he will be congratulating himself at the end of the election

US and China extend trade talks; Xi-Trump meeting may follow

U.S. and Chinese negotiators agreed Friday to extend high-level trade talks through the weekend,

Turtle disaster? 100-pound tortoise missing in New Mexico

A New Mexico woman is on a desperate hunt for her disappearing pet that

Netanyahu, Putin to meet in Russia

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit Russia on Wednesday (Feb 27) for talks with President Vladimir Putin

Israel's 1st Moon mission blasts off from Florida

An unmanned rocket took off from Cape Canaveral in Florida on Thursday night carrying Israel's Beresheet spacecraft, aiming

US to leave 200 troops after Syria pullout

The US military will keep 200 troops in Syria to serve as a peacekeeping force after it pulls

'No deal in the desert'

European Union leaders will not clinch a deal on Brexit during a summit with their Arab peers in

Vote on Micronesia state breakaway postponed

A referendum next month on independence for the Micronesian state of Chuuk has been postponed, officials in the

Magnitude 7.5 quake hits Peru Ecuador

 A deep earthquake with a magnitude of 7.5 struck the Peru-Ecuador border region early on Friday morning, the

9th MP quits Labor Party

British lawmaker Ian Austin resigned from the opposition Labor Party on Friday, becoming the ninth person to do

Begum family challenge Javid on citizenship

The family of Shamima Begum - who left the UK to join the Islamic

Australia plays down China coal tensions

The Australian government says it is seeking an "urgent" clarification from Beijing over reports

IOC revokes shooting event status over Pakistan visa refusal

The International Olympic Committee has revoked the Olympic qualification status of a 25-meter shooting

White House says US will keep 200 troops in Syria

The Trump administration, which abruptly announced in December that it was pulling out of

Australian who rammed and killed six pedestrians jailed for life

An Australian man who drove a car into dozens of pedestrians on a busy

UN council calls for peaceful protests in Haiti

The UN Security Council on Thursday appealed to Haitians to hold peaceful protests after

Going greener: Finland's new gas-fuelled icebreaker

The steel behemoth pushes ahead, crunching the ice as it navigates the northernmost tip

UK acknowledges key trade deals won't be ready by Brexit day

The British government acknowledged Thursday that trade deals with

UN chief discusses Yemen, Venezuela with Pompeo

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has held talks with U.S.

More UK MPs could quit Labor and Tories

Labor and the Conservatives could face more resignations, with members of the new Independent Group saying they expect

Catalonia protesters burn tires over separatist trial

Catalan activist groups burned tires and tried to block highways across northeast Spain on Thursday as part of

Ex-contender for Australian PM to leave politics

Former Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop, the highest-ranking woman to serve in the two-term government, has announced she

Guaido to leave for Colombia

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido made plans to head for the border with Colombia to personally bring in

Macron announces crackdown on anti-Semitism in France

French President Emmanuel Macron has announced new measures to tackle anti-Semitism, following a spate of attacks. He told

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