Iran's President Hassan Rouhani

Tehran's fresh move to scale back its nuclear compliance comes amid growing tensions in the Gulf.

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa cut short his trip to Davos.

Violent protests, triggered by steep hikes in fuel prices, broke out in the capital, Harare.

Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro accused the U.S. of orchestrating nationwide blackouts.

The U.S. said the presence of its staff in Caracas embassy has “become a constraint on U.S. policy.”

The executed officials laid the groundwork for February’s Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi.

A S. Korean newspaper claims that the purge is aimed at deflecting attention from internal turmoil. 

John Bercow, the speaker of Britain’s House of Commons, said it won't be “sensible to vacate the chair.”

The move could be interpreted as an attempt to shore up parliamentary battle against no-deal Brexit.

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The European Union says it is committed to the deal but won’t act on ultimatums from Tehran.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller said that charging a sitting president wasn’t an option.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller said that his report on Russian interference didn't exonerate the U.S. President.