US leader contends country's immigration practices are a 'mockery' to good policy
Reports draws anger from some Singaporeans on social media - though one commentator said it was a small price to pay - the cost of a chicken-rice dish for each citizen - to contribute to regional peace
UN's Assistant Director for Political Affairs meets with embattled electoral commission, urges free and fair election
Images of children in metal cages and audio of them crying for their parents had prompted global outrage.
Father’s Day celebrated on third Sunday of June in US
The hides are used to supply a Chinese health fad and threatening Africa’s beasts of burden
Rudy Giuliani says no one being investigated by special counsel Robert Mueller 'should rely' on the possibility of a presidential pardon
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Human rights defenders warn the Kremlin is failing to meet its obligation for social and political freedoms
Mines Minister Winston Chitando, who signed the agreement with a Tsingshan official, said the plant would produce 2 million tonnes of steel a year for 25 years.
More power plants will be on standby to boost production to guarantee sufficient electricity for sudden surges in demand
Trump says North Korean leader is 'doing what he's seen done'