Egypt is waging its own war against homegrown and international extremism, and needs U.S. help in more ways than one, experts say.
An oil tanker crashed and exploded on a road in Pakistan, killing 146 people, many of whom were collecting leaking fuel before it ignited.
Putin recently declared Russia's economic woes as being over, but economists say oil is still weak and economic reform stalled.
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China's top banking regulator has told banks to reform by tackling China's "zombie firms", according to a statement posted on the regulator's website.
Qatar said on Saturday the Arab States' list of demands was not reasonable or actionable.
President Donald Trump's administration would like to see a Westinghouse nuclear reactor deal with India move forward.
London borough of Camden says it is evacuating 800 households after fire authorities said they could not guarantee the safety of residents.
North Korea has carried out another test of a rocket engine that could be part of its program to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile, a US official told Reuters on Thursday.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s biggest test will be whether or not he can satisfy the kingdom's appetite for jobs, say two experts.
London tests show at least seven other buildings have combustible panels, like the ones believed to contribute to the recent deadly fire.
Russia's Foreign Ministry said there was high degree of certainty that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was dead.
In its latest campaign to rid the country of 'Chinglish,' the government will set guidelines for the language of signs in public areas.
A North Korean diplomat on Wednesday raised the possibility of the hermit regime holding talks with the United States.
Argentina's recent foray into the bond market with a century-bond has a number of market analysts debating whether this is a good move from a country that is still reeling from past defaults.
Belgian troops shot a suspected suicide bomber in Brussels Central Station on Tuesday.
Japan opened a missile defense drill to the public in a move it says will reassure the country.
Investigators said in a preliminary report published Tuesday by Brazil's top court that Temer deserves to be investigated for passive corruption.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday new sanctions imposed against Russian companies and individuals were "regrettable" and that "Russophobia" in the United States was raging "beyond all bounds".
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that China "tried" to help the United States curb North Korean aggression but it "has not worked out."
A shift in attention to geopolitical events this year could undermine the sustainability of the global upswing, warned the Bank of International Standards.
The emir of Qatar met with Exxon Mobil Corp chairman and CEO Darren Woods in Doha on Saturday for talks on 'cooperation,' state news agency QNA reported.
Putin recently declared Russia's economic woes as being over, but economists say oil is still weak.
Asia markets rose on Monday as oil prices edged higher, despite news Takata had decided to file for bankruptcy.
The dollar sagged against its major peers on Monday, losing traction as U.S. Treasury yields stayed low.
Oil prices rose early on Monday, but increased U.S. drilling activity stoked worries that a global supply glut would persist.