Kenyan human-rights scholar worked with women, refugees, orphans
Ethiopian Airlines grounds Boeing 737 MAX fleet following deadly crash
State-run Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation said flight that went down near city of Bishoftu carried passengers from 33 countries
R&B singer released from a Chicago jail after someone made a $161,633 child support payment for him
More than 6,500 civilians left Baghuz in the last two days alone; hundreds of IS families were among those fleeing the town
“The current illegal sanctions regime loses Zimbabwe a lot of business, retards development and also comes with other social costs … We will do everything in our power to have them removed.”
“The actions and policies of these persons continue to pose an unusual and extraordinary threat to the foreign policy of the United States ..."
Gallup research shows views of both Chinese and Russian leadership gaining ground
House Democrats investigating whether President hid $420,000 in reimbursements to lawyer from ethics officials
“The United States is committed to the people of Zimbabwe. We are proud to work with the United Nations, and non-governmental organizations, to deliver this assistance quickly and efficiently to the communities and people who need it most."
President Trump: North Korea wanted 'sanctions lifted in their entirety' and US 'couldn't do that'
The president's ex-lawyer brought canceled checks, financial statements to daylong House hearing