By Andrew Osborn MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Wednesday it would restrict the ability of U.S. diplomats based in Moscow to travel if a pending U.S. bill that would do the same to Russian diplomats in the United States entered into force. The intelligence bill, an annual measure that provides broad
The United States imposed sanctions on two Yemeni men and a Yemen-based charity on Wednesday as part of its ongoing efforts to disrupt the financial and support networks of the Islamist militant group al Qaeda's powerful Yemen branch, the U.S. Treasury said. The Treasury added Al-Hasan Ali Ali Abkar
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A dozen Lebanese women dressed in bloodstained wedding dresses gathered outside of government buildings in Beirut on Tuesday to protest a rape law that they say is archaic and unjust. The late 1940s law dictates that a rapist will not be punished if he marries his victim, a provision that astounds many
In a ruling that could fortify efforts to root out Wall Street corruption, the US Supreme Court settled conflicting appellate court decisions Tuesday by affirming a broader interpretation of insider trading. Prosecutors can legally prove that a tipster engaged in insider trading without also needing
BAGHDAD (AP) — The Iraqi army says troops have entered another neighborhood held by the Islamic State group in the southeastern part of Mosul.
SAO PAULO (AP) — In a story June 11 about the FIFA Congress, The Associated Press reported erroneously that performer Mohammed Assaf wore a Muslim headscarf. Assaf's black and white headscarf is a symbol of Palestinian nationalism.
A plane belonging to Pakistan's national carrier crashed and burst into flames on Wednesday with 48 people on board, killing all of them, police and an airline spokesman said. According to senior police ...
PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) — The Latest on a ceremony to mark the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.(all times Hawaii):
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Britain's finance chief is in South Africa to try to reassure global partners ahead of his country's planned departure from the European Union.
GENEVA (AP) — Switzerland has achieved "good results" in fighting money laundering and terrorism financing, but should strengthen its compliance controls, boost scrutiny on the use of cash and share information more with foreign authorities, a leading watchdog said Wednesday.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A Nebraska lawmaker says he's disappointed by a recently-released state auditor's report about Department of Correctional Services' failed attempt to purchase execution drugs from overseas last year.
By Robin Emmott BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO's top commander said on Wednesday he did not believe Turkish personnel sacked from NATO command were involved in July's abortive coup and has raised his concerns with Turkey about the impact on its armed forces. Curtis Scaparrotti, a U.S general who
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — British Prime Minister Theresa May and leaders from six Gulf Arab countries agreed Wednesday to counter Iran's "destabilizing activities," a pledge meant to calm nerves following the nuclear deal with world powers.
The House of Commons was set Wednesday to back Prime Minister Theresa May's March 31 deadline to open exit talks with the European Union, after the British government agreed to publish details of its negotiating ...