Donald Trump has showed more evidence if his endless capacity to surprise by revealing plans for a face to face meeting with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un.
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The UK has rolled out the red carpet to Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as he arrived for three days of meetings with prime minister Theresa May, royals, and business and defence officials.
The UK’s Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn last week laid out his party’s plan for the UK exit from the European Union.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has arrived in London for a three day visit to pitch his Vision 2030 to UK companies and boost defence and economic cooperation with London.
A dual British and German national has been detained in the United Arab Emirates without charge for nearly six months.
North Korea has made an agreement with the South following “openhearted talks” aimed at national reunification, North Korea’s news agency has reported.
A 10-strong delegation of high-ranking South Korean officials has arrived in Pyongyang in an effort to reduce tensions with the south’s North Korean neighbours.
Italy’s election is forecast to produce a hung parliament and its the most contentious vote the country has faced in years.
Dictators have dominated the headlines of late.
Since 2001 Italians living abroad have not had to return home if they want to vote in national elections.
US president Donald Trump has sent shock waves through stock markets and international trade groups by announcing tough tariffs on steel and aluminium imports.
Russia’s president Vladimir Putin has delivered his annual state of the nation address, boasting of economic growth, improving living standards and invincible missiles.
In Western countries there are few characters more anodyne and inoffensive than Winnie the Pooh.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is planning a trip to the UK in March as the country courts Saudi Aramco — the state-owned oil giant.
For the first time in history, Saudi women can now join the military in security and non-combat roles.
Airlines, banks, insurers, and car rentals are among companies that have cut support for the US National Rifle Association (NRA) following the Parkland high school massacre in Florida this month.
The UK’s Labour party will unveil plans to support for a so-called softer Brexit by backing a rebel Tory plan to keep Britain in a customs union with the EU, in a move that could scupper British prime minister Theresa May’s Brexit strategy.
The UK’s new Renew party — formed with the intention of preventing the country from leaving the European Union — will target supporters and politicians from across the political spectrum, party officials say.
China’s president Xi Jinping would not appear to be looking forward to his retirement after the ruling Communist Party proposed removing the constitutional clause limiting presidential service to just two terms in office.
US President Donald Trump has announced the largest package of sanctions against North Korea yet.
Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla is fighting a 50-year-old law in a bid to keep surfers off of his beachfront property.
The UK has released its latest immigration figures, revealing a fall in how many Europeans came to the country since the UK voted to quit the European Union in 2016.
US President Donald Trump will meet Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in the US capital today to discuss countering China’s growing influence.
Amnesty International has found that discrimination against marginalised groups is becoming more normalised in its annual report on the state of the world’s human rights, out today.
Transparency International has released its corruption perception index (CPI) for 2017 showing, as usual, a strong correlation between high levels of corruption and lack of protections for the press and non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
We can expect more of the same from the 2020 US presidential election: taxes, healthcare, and climate change will all still be on the agenda.
The recent indictment by US special counsel Robert Mueller is just the tip of the iceberg in the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election, according to experts.
Macedonia hopes to end its decade-long row with Greece about its name ahead of the July Nato summit.
UK prime minister Theresa May has challenged previous increases to tuition fees made by the Conservatives since taking power in the 2010 general election.