P. M. Alexis Tsipras, struggling to contain a revolt in his Syriza party, said his government would not implement reform measures beyond those agreed with lenders.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter looked to get first-hand assessment of campaign against Islamic State.
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He dissolved the state oil company’s board, launched an investigation, and promised reforms.
This despite an opposition boycott and weeks of protests over president's plan to seek a third term.
Call for new protests came as government held out possibility of postponement of elections.
Some think the early polls will emphasize the futility of the electoral process, and usher in instability.
Brazil's nosediving economy takes Rousseff's approval ratings with it, and a drought doesn't help.
Just after midnight Monday, the diplomatic missions of each country became full embassies.
Little threat of pirates taking over Nassau nowadays, but crime remains big problem.
Caracas aggressively claims Guyana's territory of Esequibo, where oil was discovered offshore in May.
Legislators rejected a controversial election reform package after a session of fiery debate.
The BJP-PDP coalition is an unusual step for a region still plagued by sectarian violence.
If found guilty in rice subsidy scheme, Yingluck Shinawatra faces 10 years.
Tony Abbott won't be unseated, but his power may have weakened.
A row had erupted after Finland refused entry to Russian politicians for an OSCE conference.
The country's top officials are targeting a one-third reduction of the informal sector.
Hungary’s announced strategy to build a 13-foot-high wall along the 110-mile border with Serbia in order to keep would-be migrants out has left some observers shaking their heads in disapproval.
David Cameron will pledge to ensure the "economic recovery reaches all parts of our country."
An electricity price increase sparks protests that could turn against the Russian-allied government.
Ex-president and other Muslim Brotherhood leaders sentenced on charges related to 2011 jail break.
Qatar is raising its international profile in military modernization and tackling climate change.
The Israeli prime minister said he would press American lawmakers not to give Tehran "a free path to the bomb."
Group takes major step toward dismantling divisive policy.
The Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 in favor of gay marriage though the fight is far from over.
Bipartisan efforts will go ahead despite White House warnings that they risked derailing nuclear talks.
The U.S. president stated it is time to "cut loose the shackles of the past" after five decades of strained relations between the two countries.