Trump's win in Tuesday's hotly contested Indiana primary, pushing his remaining rivals out of the race and leaving him as the presumptive nominee, has drawn criticism at home and abroad.
London was poised to become the first EU capital with a Muslim mayor Friday as Sadiq Khan took the lead in elections that saw his opposition Labour party suffer nationwide setbacks.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday met Russian President Vladimir Putin in a rare visit by a G7 leader as the two sides sought to bolster ties and make progress on a decades-long territorial dispute.
Commanders in Libya's third city Misrata rushed militiamen to a key crossroads on Friday after it was overrun by the Islamic State (IS) group in an assault in which a suicide bomber killed two police personnel.
Pope Francis on Friday asked Europe to "tear down" the walls being built to keep out migrants and to create a radical new "social economy" serving the many not the few.
Donald Trump said on Friday he was surprised by House Speaker Paul Ryan's rebuff of him as the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
A senior Egyptian official believes 'Tom and Jerry' could, or in fact are, spreading violence!
Services in Greece, from garbage collection to public transport, shut down on Friday as workers kicked off three days of strikes to protest new bailout austerity measures that they say will further reduce incomes.
North Korea kicked off its first ruling party congress for nearly 40 years today, with state media lauding the isolated country's "prestige" as a nuclear power while maintaining a news blackout on the event itself.
Pope Francis on Friday urged Europe to "tear down" the walls being built to keep out migrants and to create a radical new "social economy" serving the many not the few.
No sooner had he begun speaking in Charleston, West Virginia late Thursday than Trump launched into an attack on the presumptive Democratic nominee.
North Korea issues reporting visas sparingly and escorts all journalists to make sure it sets the agenda and gets its position across.
The poisoned batch of sweets were bought by a local man who gave them to family and friends celebrating the birth of his grandson.
China on Friday said it will continue to exercise its sovereignty over the South China Sea regardless of the outcome of the ongoing case in a UN-appointed tribunal, which is widely expected to deliver its verdict favouring the Philippines.
Fighting between Syrian regime forces and al Qaeda-affiliated jihadists and their allies has left more than 70 dead south of the battleground city of Aleppo, a monitor said on Friday.
Democratic presidential front- runner Hillary Clinton has denounced Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump for doubling down on his plans to deport millions of immigrant families, saying his "hateful" language needs to be repudiated.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday in the Black Sea resort of Sochi in a bid to bolster ties and seek to resolve a decades-long territorial dispute.
Algeria is building one of the world`s largest mosques which officials say will serve as a buffer against radical Islam and crown the legacy of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
Canada on Thursday began airlifting to safety up to 25,000 people from the city of Fort McMurray forced from their homes by raging forest fires in Alberta`s oil sands region.
Health authorities in Panama say they've identified four cases of the birth defect microcephaly linked to the Zika virus.
The 120-nation Nonaligned Movement headed by Iran is accusing the US Supreme Court of violating international law by ruling that nearly USD 2 billion in frozen Iranian assets can be paid to victims of attacks linked to the country.
Netflix today released a new tool to help people viewing streamed television shows on mobile devices avoid costly bills for high data use.
A Colombian mariner has been rescued after surviving a two-month ordeal in the Pacific by eating fish and seagulls, the US Coast Guard said.
The United States has named Panama's prominent Waked family, who run a large luxury goods, duty-free shops and real estate business, as a major drug money-laundering organisation.
At least 28 civilians, including women and children, were killed today in air strikes on a displaced camp in northern Syria near the Turkish border, a monitor said.
Residents fleeing a voracious wildfire in western Canada's Fort McMurray thronged a tiny hamlet several hours away today as firefighters battled to contain the raging blaze consuming a huge section of Alberta's oil sands region.
Karnataka Social Welfare Minister Anjanaiah today rubbished reports that Chief Minister Siddaramaiah might be replaced without completing his term.
Severe shortages of US dollars that are used as local currency in Zimbabwe have forced many residents to become cash hunter-gatherers.
Australia`s most wanted Islamic State terror suspect, linked to several attacks on home soil, has been killed in a US air strike in Iraq, Canberra said on Thursday, warning others will be targeted.
At least 28 people, including women and children, were killed Thursday in air strikes on a displaced camp in northern Syria near the Turkish border, a monitor said.
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