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Jordan’s King Abdullah voiced concern over a decision by Washington to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
POSTED |  21-01-2018
President Donald Trump lashed out at the US judicial system as “broken and unfair.”
POSTED |  10-01-2018
A new tell-all book depicts US President Donald Trump as mentally unstable.
POSTED |  05-01-2018
Vietnam is prepared to move a million people along the south coast as a typhoon approaches.
POSTED |  25-12-2017
Saudi King Salman said Palestinians have the right to Israeli-annexed east Jerusalem as their capital.
POSTED |  13-12-2017
Emmerson Mnangagwa vowed sweeping change as he was sworn in as Zimbabwe’s president.
POSTED |  24-11-2017
The big-spending Chinese, who have a reputation for carrying wads of cash with them, have emerged as a...
POSTED |  09-11-2017
Saad al-Hariri, who quit as Lebanese Prime Minister in a weekend broadcast, has been held under house arrest in Saudi Arabia.
POSTED |  07-11-2017
Apple’s flagship iPhone X hit stores in Asia, as the world’s most valuable company predicted bumper sales.
POSTED |  04-11-2017
President Emmanuel Macron’s dog Nemo peed on an ornate fireplace as he met with cabinet members.
POSTED |  23-10-2017
The World Health Organization reversed its decision to name Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe as a goodwill ambassador.
POSTED |  22-10-2017
Indonesian President Joko Widodo swore in a former education minister as Jakarta’s governor.
POSTED |  16-10-2017
Google and Facebook may face higher tax bills in Europe as the EU rushes to change rules.
POSTED |  16-09-2017
Millions of Florida residents were without power as the remnants of Hurricane Irma spun northwest.
POSTED |  13-09-2017
Powerful Hurricane Irma claimed at least nine lives as it roared through the Caribbean.
POSTED |  07-09-2017
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