Direct flights to the US by Russia’s flagship carrier Aeroflot could be halted by visa delays for airline staff, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry.
Open Society Foundations (OSF), the international charity led by billionaire George Soros, is to move out of Hungary after political threats.
Romania looks set to join the US and Guatemala in moving its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Puerto Rico is once again suffering an island-wide blackout, after a freak accident last night.
Commonwealth leaders from 53 mostly former British colonies will come together in London today, with UK Prime Minister Theresa May looking to strengthen ties with the Commonwealth before the UK quits the European Union in just under a year’s time.
China’s largest tropical island Hainan will expand visa-free travel to tourists from 33 countries from May.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has announced today that the country will have snap elections on 24 June.
It’s a busy week in what has been an eventful couple of months for the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the global chemical weapons watchdog.
US President Donald Trump’s consideration of rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership didn’t last long.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva – more commonly known as Lula – was imprisoned this month after being convicted of money laundering and corruption, yet he is still planning to stand in October’s election.
The European Commission has recommended starting talks for Albania and Macedonia to join the EU.
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French President Emmanuel Macron is outlining his vision for the future of the European Union this morning.
Certain topics are already off the agenda for the inter-Korean summit at the end of April, including joint economic efforts, according to a senior South Korean official.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is flying to the US state of Florida to meet with US President Donald Trump at his Mar-a-Lago retreat — the sixth meeting between the two leaders since Trump came to power a little over a year ago.
The UK Government is wrapped in a scandal over the immigration status of the Windrush generation, with thousands of people receiving threats to produce paperwork or risk being deported.
The re-election of Viktor Orban as Hungarian prime minister this month was seen as yet another triumph for populism.
Last night James Comey, the former FBI director, gave his first televised interview since being fired by US President Donald Trump.
Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived back in the Kingdom today after wrapping up a five country global tour.
The UN Security Council has scheduled an emergency meeting on Syria this afternoon.
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge has yet to open to the public.
Foreign Ministers from 22 Arab states will gather in the eastern city of Dammam in Saudi Arabia this weekend for the 29th Arab League Summit.
The UK public is widely against a UK attack on Syria, a new poll has found.
North Korea’s Supreme People’s Assembly — the country’s parliament — is meeting today, as Kim Jong-un prepares for upcoming summits with South Korea President Moon Jae-in and US President Donald Trump.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde has warned countries that a looming trade war risks “tearing apart” the World Trade Organisation’s global economic order.
North Korea’s foreign minister is in Moscow today to meet his Russian counterpart.
A human finger bone discovered in the Saudi desert in 2016 has suggested that early man may have migrated from Africa 90,000 years ago, the earliest recorded date for homo sapiens outside Africa.
Malaysia will hold a general election next month with the country’s scandal-plagued Prime Minister Najib Razak facing a tough race.
Over a month has passed since Italy took to the ballot box — in one of the lowest election turnouts in recent history — to elect a new government and the country’s next prime minister, but so far little has happened.
Last month Peru’s President Pedro Paulo Kuczynski — often referred to as PPK — tendered his resignation to the country’s Congress after 20 months in power.