US President Donald Trump on Friday warned “madman” North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un that he would be “tested,” the latest in an exchange of insults between the two.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un Friday mocked Donald Trump as “mentally deranged” — and warned he will make the US president “pay dearly” for threatening the destruction of his country at the United Nations.
London transport authorities said Friday they would not renew Uber’s licence to operate in the city when it expires due to public safety concerns, although the US-based ride-hailing app has said it will appeal.
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe did not mince words at the United Nations Thursday about Donald Trump, mocking the US president as the “Giant Gold Goliath.”
Israeli strikes hit a weapons depot by Damascus airport overnight, targeting a warehouse belonging to Lebanese militant group Hezbollah, which is allied with the Syrian government, a monitor said Friday.
Fifteen people drowned and up to 15 more were missing on Friday after a fishing boat carrying migrants sunk off Turkey’s Black Sea coast, the coast guard said.
The Kremlin on Friday distanced itself from the controversy over Russia-linked Facebook ads which may have influenced last year’s US election, saying Moscow had nothing to do with them.
Uhuru Kenyatta will remain Kenyan president until a new leader is sworn in, the country’s attorney general said on Friday, seeking to ease fears of a constitutional crisis if elections are delayed further.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her beleaguered rival Martin Schulz embark on a final push for votes Friday ahead of a weekend election, both seeking to beat back a challenge from the emboldened hard-right.
Hate speech and misinformation on social media have amplified ethnic tensions in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, a US official said Friday, urging the country’s “better angels” to show compassion for Rohingya Muslims who are fleeing violence in droves.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will seek to unlock Brexit talks on Friday with a major speech in Florence, after Brussels demanded more clarity on the crunch issues of budget payments and EU citizens’ rights.