U.S. President Donald Trump claimed Saturday the "liberation" of all territory controlled by the Islamic State (IS) in Syria and Iraq, while vowing to remain vigilant until "it is finally defeated."
China has been faithfully carrying out UN resolutions on North Korea, and opposes any unilateral sanctions and long-arm measures by any country based on its own laws, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said in response to US sanctions on two Chinese firms for doing business with North Korea.
"I felt that obligation because of the historical links with China," he said, and for that reason he wrote a book "100 questions about China" to encourage Cuban readers to learn more about the Asian country, including its peculiarities, history and traditions.
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Thursday that his country will defeat the United States in the latter's anti-Iran "economic war."
Pressure mounted on Boeing Co in Washington as US lawmakers called for executives to testify about two crashed 737 MAX jets, even as the world's biggest planemaker worked to return the grounded fleet to the skies.
Brazil is "still studying" the relocation of its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, Brazil's top diplomat said Wednesday, days before President Jair Bolsonaro is due to visit the country.
Chilean Mapuches and activists protest against the militarization of the Araucania region in Santiago on Wednesday. President Sebastian Pinera's administration in Chile has been facing heavy criticism for its treatment of the country's marginalized indigenous groups after security forces killed a young indigenous man in the region in November 2018.
Engulfed in scandal over sexual abuse and admissions fraud, the University of Southern California (USC) has for the first time named a woman to take the lead in the prestigious school.
Honduran conservationists are worried. A deadly insect that wiped out more than a quarter of the Central American country's conifers between 2013 and 2017 is back.
The Chinese Embassy in the United States confirmed Wednesday that one Chinese citizen was killed in a bus crash in the US state of Virginia.
The Brazilian government said a trade agreement with Mexico on light vehicles has taken effect on Tuesday.
US President Donald Trump (right) meets with President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil at the White House on Tuesday. Trump heaped praise on Bolsonaro – and received plenty back – in announcing a special relationship that he said could even see the Latin American country join NATO.
A Guatemalan judge has ordered the arrest of former attorney general and presidential candidate Thelma Aldana on charges including embezzlement, the police said Tuesday, amid an escalating campaign on high-profile corruption and rights cases.
As economic and market uncertainties sent home sales in California in January to their lowest level since April 2008, business insiders say growth in the Golden State's housing market appears to be slowing.
The US army on Wednesday said no civilians have been killed in its airstrikes in support of the international effort to defeat al-Shabab fighters and help alleviate security challenges in Somalia.
Mexico's economy is slowing down but shows no signs of a recession, the Mexican Institute of Financial Executives (IMEF) said Tuesday.
US mathematician Karen Uhlenbeck wins the Abel Prize for 2019 "for her pioneering achievements in geometric partial differential equations, gauge theory and integrable systems," the Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Letters said Tuesday.
US President Donald Trump will meet with several leaders of the Caribbean region on Friday at his Mar-a-Lago resort in the state of Florida, the White House said on Tuesday.