Mocking the ICC again, Omar al-Bashir is on his second state visit to Sudan's partner and ally China.Africa,Asia-Pacific,China,Darfur,International Criminal Court,oil,Omar al-Bashir,Sudan,War crimes,Xi Jinping,Michael Lerner
Ambassador John Casson said he was "shocked and concerned" by ruling sending three journalists to jail.
The two countries closely cooperate on military and energy matters, despite the nuisance of terrorism.Middle East,Armenia,Azerbaijan,Azerbaijan Airlines,Pegasus Airlines,PKK,South Caucasus pipeline,terrorism,Turkey,Michael Lerner
Peru detected 222 suspected drug planes entering its airspace in about 3 months, 95% from Bolivia.Americas,Bolivia,Coca,Cocaine,drug trafficking,Evo Morales,Ollanta Humala,Peru,Michael Lerner
President Salva Kiir will sign a peace deal with rebels despite his "reservations" about it, his spokesman said.
The government downplays the issue, saying it has stockpiled sufficient food and is helping its farmers.
At least 18,000 people have been fired in Zimbabwe in the past two weeks or so, more than all of last year.
He dissolved the state oil company’s board, launched an investigation, and promised reforms.
Two crossings were closed after a shootout between smugglers and troops left three soldiers wounded.
Three polling stations in the capital closed after fights broke out.
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.
Australia plans to reduce its carbon emissions 26-28% by 2030 from 2005 levels.
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.
Madrid states that restoring its sovereignty over Gibraltar is “a fundamental objective.”
As the E.U. falls short in resettlement targets, the G.C.C. is playing no role-- but it should.
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.
The bilateral relationship sours shortly after Ankara gave permission for U.S. airstrikes out of Turkey.
Parliamentary panel has called for Nouri Maliki to face trial over the fall of the northern city.
Beirut’s landfill was shut down, but no new dump sites have been agreed on, resulting in crisis.
An electricity price increase sparks protests that could turn against the Russian-allied government.
Billionaire celebrity candidate backpedaling after caustic remarks about female debate moderator.
Sen. Chuck Schumer opposes President Obama, saying Iran would use deal to pursue "nefarious goals."
President Barack Obama is pushing to seal the Iran nuclear deal, accusing opponents of "selling a fantasy."
Group takes major step toward dismantling divisive policy.