U.S. federal prosecutors have stepped up efforts to pressure witnesses to testify against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, WikiLeaks said on Wednesday, in connection with what it said were secret criminal charges filed by the Trump administration.
Almost 9,000 migrants hoping to reach the U.S. through various caravans have registered for temporary asylum and work visas in Mexico but only 500 have been granted status, officials say.
The forces that control eastern Libya regard U.N. envoy Ghassan Salame as an enemy contributing to the North African nation's violent crisis, a spokesman said on Wednesday.
A furious Venezuelan President NicolÃ¡s Maduro broke diplomatic ties with the U.S. Wednesday as tens of thousands of locals marched the streets to protest the socialist leader's rule, calling it a "crisis."
U.S. President Donald Trump issued a new threat to cut off aid to three Central American countries on Wednesday in response to what he said was a new wave of immigrants headed toward the United States from those countries.
Twenty British ministers have been meeting secretly to discuss plans to stop a no-deal Brexit, the Daily Telegraph newspaper reported on Wednesday.
The Army identified the Special Forces soldier killed in Afghanistan Tuesday as a Green Beret from Virginia.
Morocco softened its rhetoric on Syria on Wednesday, with its foreign minister signaling support for calls among some Arab states for a return of Damascus to the Arab League.
Global terror attacks fell 33 percent last year, while non-militant fatalities dropped by more than one-quarter, marking their lowest point since 2011, according to a new report.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un expressed satisfaction over results of recent talks between the country's delegation and U.S. officials to discuss the second summit between him and U.S. President Donald Trump, speaking highly of the American leader, state media said on Thursday.
Malawi President Peter Mutharika urged police on Wednesday to stamp down on any "rogue elements" ahead of an election in May, especially warning against any politically motivated violence directed towards women.
The growing fractures in unity between European Union governments are now splitting two countries considered at the core of the bloc: France and Italy.
France's anti-government "yellow vest" protesters are to put forward a list of candidates to run in upcoming European Parliament elections, it said on Wednesday.
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president on Wednesday, winning over the backing of Washington and many Latin American nations and prompting socialist Nicolas Maduro to break relations with the United States.
Venezuelan Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino said via Twitter on Wednesday that the country's armed forces disavow any president who is self-proclaimed or imposed by "dark interests."
China has detained a Chinese-Australian writer who had flown in from New York last week, the Australian government said, adding it was trying to find out why he was being held.
Costa Rica recognizes opposition leader Juan Guaido as the interim president of Venezuela, President Carlos Alvarado said on Wednesday.
The United States has assured Afghanistan's government that any U.S. troop pullout would not affect the combat abilities of remaining forces, Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said on Wednesday.
Democratic Republic of Congo's outgoing President Joseph Kabila said he would hand over power on Thursday "without regret" and called on Congolese to support his successor, Felix Tshisekedi.
Draped in the flag of their country â€“ once the richest and most prosperous in Venezuela â€“ thousands of Venezuelans poured into the streets on Wednesday and Thursday, vigorously calling for reigning President Nicolas Maduro to be removed from office.