Turkey’s state-run news agency says the Saudi consul to Istanbul has left for Saudi Arabia, hours after Turkey said his official residence would be searched in connection with a Saudi writer’s disappearance
With this fall’s midterm now just 22 days until the midterm elections, we return to races in states that President Trump carried in 2016.
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“Gandhi has a questionable background and character for Malawi to honor him with a statue.”
Japan’s foreign minister says it is gearing up to welcome more foreign workers
Lawmakers have been unable to change archaic laws that make it more difficult to vote.
NPR is in North Korea as the country celebrates 70 years of existence. From a giant celebration to the number of American journalists on hand to observe, there’s a lot going on in Pyongyang.
Civic Alliance group called for the strike to demand release of activists charged with terrorism
Shops, banks and businesses across Nicaragua stayed closed on Friday in the latest 24-hour strike called by opposition leaders since protests against the government of Daniel Ortega broke out in April.
In the Centro Comercial, an upscale shopping center in downtown Managua, the usually bustling avenues were empty, save for the watchmen outside shuttered storefronts and a short line of men waiting to use the ATM outside a closed bank.
Archipelago is refusing to switch diplomatic allegiance from Taiwan to China, despite a huge downturn in its tourism industry
Wearing a Hawaiian shirt and sipping an iced tea, Ongerung Kambes Kesolei sits at a veranda bar overlooking a hotel pool, under fans that slowly push humid air around on a quiet Sunday afternoon.
But the calm of the scene is deceptive, for Kesolei is explaining that his small island home of Palau – a dot on the map in the north-west corner of the Pacific with a population of just over 20,000 people – has attracted the ire of one of the world’s most powerful nations and is now at the centre of a geo-political bunfight.