The US special counsel investigating possible Russian meddling in the 2016 election has gathered evidence that a secret meeting in the Seychelles in January 2017 was an attempt to set up a back-channel between the incoming Trump administration and the Kremlin, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday.
Experts have warned that indoctrinated children, who began escaping the clutches of ISIS as its territory fractured last year, could pose an ongoing threat to security, both regionally and in the West, if they are not rehabilitated.
President Donald Trump promised on Thursday to show great flexibility and cooperation toward the United States' "real friends" as he prepared to impose import tariffs that have provoked warnings of a trade war from Europe and China.
Seoul officials see the talks as the starting point of President Moon Jae-in's initiative to denuclearize and build lasting peace on the peninsula, beginning with a freeze in the North's nuclear program and ending in its complete abolishment.
Economic nationalists appeared to gain the upper hand in a White House battle over trade with the resignation of Donald Trump's top economic adviser, Gary Cohn, on Tuesday in a move that could ramp up protectionist measures that risk igniting a global trade war.
North and South Korea will hold their first summit in more than a decade in late April, the South's presidential office said on Tuesday, adding that North Korea was open to talking with the United States regarding denuclearization and normalizing ties.
Aid trucks reached Syria's eastern Ghouta region on Monday for the first time since the start of one of the war's deadliest assaults, but the government stripped some medical supplies from the convoy and pressed on with its air and ground assault.
Italy's euroskeptic League claimed the right to lead a new government on Monday, telling investors they should have no fear of it taking office after an inconclusive election gave its center-right alliance the largest bloc of votes.
Timed competition in the race, which drew controversy after a champion musher's dogs tested positive for opioids last year, will start on Sunday in Willow, about 80 miles north of Anchorage, and teams will head out from there on the nearly 1,000-mile trek to Nome.
The protesters organized by the We are Macedonia movement gathered under the statue of Hellenic ruler Alexander the Great in Skopje's main square.