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"Yellow vest" demonstrators began gathering on the Champs-Elysees in Paris on Saturday morning for a fifth weekend of

Who is Mick Mulvaney?

The former South Carolina state senator and Congressman first gained attention as a founder member of the staunchly

Trump names Mulvaney new acting chief of staff

US President Donald Trump has named Mick Mulvaney, the director of the office of management and budget, as

Oceans of garbage prompt war on plastics

Faced with images of turtles smothered by plastic bags, beaches carpeted with garbage and islands of trash floating

Clashes kill 8 in Libya

Clashes between armed groups killed eight people near the western Libyan city of Msallata, some 120 km east

Tories' Brexit faultlines run deep in UK

The conflict over Europe that has been tearing the Conservatives apart for three decades is as evident on

'US in no hurry over N Korea nuke negotiations'

President Donald Trump played down hopes on Friday for any imminent deal to persuade North Korea to give

Australia recognises West Jerusalem as Israel capital

Australia formally recognises West Jerusalem as Israel's capital, reversing decades of Middle East policy, but

Nigeria lifts Unicef ban after 'spy' row

Nigeria's military has revoked its earlier decision to

Trump names new acting chief of staff

US President Donald Trump has named Mick Mulvaney, the director of the office of

More Brexit assurances possible, says May

Theresa May has said it is still possible to get the assurances MPs need

EU says no to May

European Union leaders have said the Brexit withdrawal agreement is "not open for renegotiation", after appeals from Theresa

Implicated in a crime, can Trump be charged?

US prosecutors have made clear they believe President Donald Trump committed a crime. But can they prosecute him?

'Russia ready to discuss inspections with US'

Russia is ready to discuss mutual inspections with the United States in order to save the Intermediate-range Nuclear

Storm over Brexit troubles Scottish fishermen

In the small Scottish fishing village of Pittenweem, residents are worried the political wrangling in London is pushing

Trump's son-in-law possible next chief of staff

Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner is on the short-list of potential candidates for the president's

Girl dies after crossing US-Mexico border

A seven-year-old girl from Guatemala who illegally crossed the US-Mexico border with her father died hours after being

Australia warns citizens ahead of expected Jerusalem move

Australia on Friday warned citizens to take care while travelling in neighboring Muslim-majority Indonesia, ahead of an expected

Strasbourg attacker shot dead

French police have shot dead the man who attacked Strasbourg's Christmas market on Tuesday, the interior minister has

Powerful system may 'wreak havoc'

Australian authorities have issued a warning about a powerful cyclone that is tracking towards the coast of Queensland.

Senate rebukes Trump, Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi, Yemen war

In back-to-back votes against Saudi Arabia, the Senate delivered

UN climate talks inch forward, appear headed for overtime

Agreement on the fine print of the Paris climate

Strasbourg market attacker shot dead

French police have shot dead the man who attacked Strasbourg's Christmas market on Tuesday,

EU leaders wary of May's plea for help selling Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May implored European Union leaders Thursday to help her sell

Canada caught between 2 powers, feeling alone in the world

First U.S. President Donald Trump attacked Canada on trade. Then Saudi Arabia punished it

Bomb threat against US high school prompts lockdown in 24 schools

A bomb threat against a high school in the US western state of Colorado

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