Iran's foreign minister said U.S. "economic terrorism" against Cuba, China, Russia, Syria, Iran and others "deliberately target civilians, trying to achieve illegitimate political objectives through intimidation of innocent people."
A walkabout in the Yorkshire town of Morley went badly wrong for the British leader.
Adrian Farrington is among hundreds of thousands who have faced devastation as a result of the Category 5 storm.
"We love Jason, so he's always additive to the team," Trump said of Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt's resignation. "But the plan's in a great place."?
The Korean Central News Agency called Senator Ted Cruz "human scum" and "a remnant of Nazis with extreme misanthropy or a hysteric psychopath bereft of reason."
India's Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju tweeted on Tuesday that opportunities will be provided "if the kids desire to get out of their present school to pursue a career in gymnastics."
The United States is now ranked among the world's worst places to live, due to rapidly increasing costs of living, health care and basic education.
"Truth be told, they are saying that they will soon produce it themselves," Russian President Vladimir Putin said of his offer to sell the U.S. hypersonic weapons, asking "Why waste money when we already have spent some?"
Jamie told 'Newsweek' he's now feeling "much better."
Violence continues to plague Afghanistan, even as the nearly year-long talks between the Trump administration and the Taliban appeared on the cusp of a breakthrough.
The unnamed Good Samaritan was spotted buying dozens of electric generators, believed to cost $450 each, to aid communities in the Bahamas devastated by Hurricane Dorian.
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"Nature provides the real experience. We just made it more accessible," says the architect of Camp Adventure's new observation deck.
It was the most extensive study ever carried out on the U.K.'s largest body of freshwater.
Michael Bradley was an off-duty pilot who stepped in to help after the Alicante-bound plane had no pilot available.
Prince William and Kate Middleton's daughter looked all grown up as she attended her first day of school in Battersea, London.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has lost his majority in the House of Commons, but is pushing ahead with no-deal Brexit plans despite widespread parliamentary opposition.
Anthony Diaz was "only a little kid" when he decided to join a gang in Honduras, but the "illusion" of gang life was quickly shattered when his little brother, who he had recruited, was killed in a shootout.
"But I cannot possess missiles with nuclear warheads? I do not accept that," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.
In an effort to provide some relief, world renowned chef José Andrés has traveled to the territory with his nonprofit organization, World Central Kitchen, on a mission to feed those affected by Hurricane Dorian.
The suspect, an Afghan national, was in France on a temporary residency permit. Prosecutors are not viewing the incident as a terrorist attack.
The U.S. has announced a reward of up to $15 million in exchange for information that could disrupt Iranian attempts to sell oil, but the captain of one blacklisted ship didn't respond.
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