Kate, wife of UK's Prince William, gave birth to a baby boy on Monday, the couple's third child, her husband's office said. The boy, the couple's second son, weighed 8 lbs 7oz and William was present for the birth. "The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales, The Duchess
By Tom Miles and Maria Kiselyova GENEVA/MOSCOW (Reuters) - U.S. allies and rivals spoke out in support of the Iran nuclear deal on Monday, bolstering French President Emmanuel Macron's pitch to U.S. President Donald Trump that there was no "Plan B" for keeping a lid on Tehran's atomic
By Raya Jalabi and Ahmed Aboulenein BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A new electronic system will deliver the results of Iraq's upcoming national election within hours of polls closing, the country's chief electoral officer said, a marked improvement from previous years when it took weeks to announce the
“It was anything but dull in the Security Council on [April 9], when Russian UN Ambassador Vasily Nebenzya faced off with his US and UK counterparts, Nikki Haley and Karen Pierce, respectively...,” writes Konstantin Eggert.
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With his straw hat, rubber waders, and a quartet of 12-foot fishing poles, Peter Schilling is the modern version of an ancient archetype: the surf fisherman, casting knee-deep in the ocean foam. At least twice a week, Mr. Schilling casts the breakers for pompano, whiting, or spotted trout, driving up
Sorry to say but in recent days there has been an abundance of apologies from public figures. Mark Zuckerberg, Laura Ingraham, Tony Robbins, Theresa May, Jimmy Kimmel – all have issued some form of regret over words spoken, actions taken, or past neglect. On Thursday, Philadelphia’s police commissioner
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday ruled out any trade-off with Turkey in efforts to secure the release of two detained Greek soldiers and said Ankara appeared to be moving further away from Europe. The soldiers were arrested in March after crossing a densely forested part of the border in
By Daria Sito-Sucic SARAJEVO (Reuters) - A Bosnian court has dismissed a request for extradition to Turkey of a Turkish national, one among several wanted for alleged links to the Fethullah Gulen movement which Ankara has blamed for the failed coup in Turkey in 2016. The court's final ruling comes
LONDON (AP) — A personal finance expert launched a lawsuit against Facebook in Britain on Monday, claiming the social media company is allowing the publication of scam ads featuring his name.
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Authorities on the Greek island of Lesbos say at least 10 people were hospitalized and more than 100 detained following a violent protest against migrants who had been camped out at the island's main port for five days.
ROME (AP) — Italy's president is launching another round of consultations to try to overcome the impasse from inconclusive March 4 elections, and he's expected to turn to the populist 5-Star Movement to head up talks.
By Phil Stewart and Haejin Choi WASHINGTON/SEOUL (Reuters) - In declaring a unilateral freeze in missile testing, North Korea appears ready to settle for now with an imperfect nuclear arms capability, one good enough to stoke fear in the United States but which can't promise to strike U.S. targets
YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) — Thousands of anti-government protesters are continuing to rally on the streets of the Armenian capital as the demonstrations enter their second week.
LONDON (AP) — London Marathon organizers say a 29-year-old man died after collapsing near the end of Sunday's race in the hottest conditions ever seen for the event.
LONDON (AP) — The "Great Kate Wait" entered its final stages Monday, as the Duchess of Cambridge was admitted to a London hospital in labor with a third child for her and Prince William.
A far-right group made a violent attack overnight on migrants staging a sit-in protest on the Greek island of Lesbos, injuring around a dozen people, police said Monday. The violence erupted late Sunday after members of the radical Patriotic Movement gathered on the central square of the island'
By Lovasoa Rabary ANTANANARIVO (Reuters) - Thousands marched in Madagascar's capital on Monday to protest against new electoral laws and the death of two people in a similar march at the weekend, a Reuters witness said. On Saturday, police fired teargas at an opposition demonstration where a person
BRUSSELS (AP) — The EU's trade chief says that German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron will press U.S. President Donald Trump this week to exempt the 28-member bloc permanently from U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs.
By Robert-Jan Bartunek BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A Belgian court sentenced Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam and a co-accused to 20 years in prison on Monday for trying to kill police during a shootout in Brussels in 2016. Judge Marie-France Keutgen told the courtroom that 28-year-old Abdeslam and Tunisian
Police in Tennessee said Monday there had been "no credible sightings" of a semi-nude gunman who fled after shooting four people dead at an all-night waffle restaurant in Nashville. The Metro Nashville Police Department said Travis Reinking, 29, was last seen on Sunday morning behind his apartment
Air strikes by a Saudi-led military coalition killed at least 20 people attending a wedding in a village in northwestern Yemen late on Sunday, residents and medical sources said. The head of Al Jumhouri hospital in Hajjah told Reuters by telephone that the hospital had received 40 bodies, most of them