Israel may impose a partial settlement freeze to keep U.S-brokered peace talks with the Palestinians alive, an Israeli source close to the negotiations said on Tuesday.
8211; The United States has asked to boost the number of troops and aircraft it has stationed at an airbase in NATO ally Romania, President Traian Basescu said on Tuesday, as…
This map put out by NOAA’s Pacific Tsunami Warning Center shows the location (the red star, lower right) of the 8.8 magnitude earthquake. A dotted line has been added to the map to indicate potential tsunamis in the direction of Hawaii.
Riot police fired water cannon in the Turkish capital on Tuesday to disperse thousands of people protesting outside the Supreme Electoral Council (YSK) against local election results which saw the ruling party dominate the electoral map.
Manuel Valls took up the post of President Francois Hollande’s prime minister on Tuesday, replacing Jean.
North and South Korea exchange artillery fire over disputed maritime border SEOUL, April 2, 2014 (AFP) – North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has warned of a “very grave” situation on the Korean peninsula, where a…
China’s Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli called for faster construction of certain important projects on Tuesday, in remarks that may feed speculation that China will increase state spending in coming months to bolster its stuttering economy.
The world will need far tougher curbs on greenhouse gases, by both developed nations and emerging economies, to keep global warming from exceeding a promised ceiling, a draft U.N report shows.
The UN climate panel on Monday said Himalayan glaciers, whose meltwater is vital for hundreds of millions of people, could lose between half and two.
8211; Malaysia Prime Minister Najib Razak will visit Australia to witness the race-against-time bid to locate a crash site for flight MH370, his government said Monday as a ship…
8211; China’s Xi Jinping made a groundbreaking first visit by a Chinese president to European Union headquarters Monday, saying closer ties between the two partners — which represent a quarter…
The number of Russian troops deployed on the border with Ukraine is decreasing, a Ukrainian Defence Ministry official said on Monday, but he cautioned that this might not represent a pull.
Russia voiced concern on Monday over rising tension on the Korean peninsula after the North and South traded artillery fire and what it said was a declaration by Pyongyang that it may conduct a new nuclear test.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 1: (Reuters) – Security industry pioneer RSA adopted not just one but two encryption tools developed by the U.S
Russia’s moves against Ukraine were reminiscent of Adolf Hitler’s aggression in 1938 that led to the annexation of German.
LONDON, April 1: (Reuters) – Vladimir Putin is the world leader who is most admired by the head of Britain’s anti-European Union party because of the Russian president’s “brilliant” handling of the Syria crisis, Nigel…
The United States on Sunday pledged $10 million to bolster border security in Moldova at a time when concerns are rising about divisions within the country over a trade deal with Europe and Russia’s intervention in neighboring Ukraine.
China’s war on pollution is only a few weeks old, but the battle lines are already being drawn between Beijing and Hebei, the province most synonymous with dirty air.
Australia has appointed a former chief of its defence forces to coordinate the country’s support for the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Sunday.
The search for flight MH370, the Malaysian jetliner that vanished over the South China Sea on March 8, has involved more than two dozen countries and 60 aircraft and ships but been bedevilled by regional rivalries.
South Korea joint landing operation drill in Pohang March 31, 2014. The drill is part of the two countries’ annual military training called Foal Eagle, which began on February 24 and runs until April 18.
Russia Sees No Need For Ukraine Incursion, Tatars Seek Autonomy By Katya Golubkova and Gabriela Bacz
MOSCOW/BAKHCHISARAY, Crimea: March 30: (Reuters) – Russia said on Saturday it had no intention of invading eastern Ukraine following its annexation of Crimea, while the Black Sea peninsula’s Muslim Tatars demanded autonomy.
More than 100 aftershocks have been reported across Southern California following a 5.1 magnitude
Russia does not intend to publish new blacklists of Western citizens who may be targeted in sanctions as result of the Ukraine crisis, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Saturday, according to Interfax.
The hands of a clock on the main railway station in Simferopol jumped from 10 P.M
A team of daredevil parachutists and a lone teenager have triggered fears about lax security at New York’s rebuilt World Trade Center, an emblem of the city’s resilience and renewal after the horrors of 9/11.
Malaysia’s transport minister vowed Saturday to continue the search for “possible survivors” from a missing passenger plane, three weeks after it crashed in the remote Indian Ocean.
The defense for accused Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev say the FBI approached his brother and fellow suspect Tamerlan about becoming an informant on the Chechen and Muslim community.