Speaking in Japan, Obama also explained the tense race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders by saying: “They are in the course of a primary.”
It’s hard to say sorry. Especially when you’re doing it for a whole country.
The price of Brent crude crossed $50 for the first time this year amid a decline in U.S. inventories and supply disruptions caused by the wildfires in Alberta, the Canadian province.
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A regional authority said students must shake their teacher’s hand, regardless of religion.
Ministers who represent half of the country's population
A Brexit advocate says U.S. support for the EU fundamentally misreads what the institution has become.
Five have been injured in recent attacks in a northern Pakistan province.
One of the most intimate human gestures, a kiss can convey greetings, give comfort, express joy, and above all, show love.
A Chinese military official described Tsai Ing-wen as “erratic” because she’s single.
Nadiya Savchenko, the captured Ukrainian air-force pilot, has been freed in exchange for two Russians.
The commons outside of Cortina D’Ampezzo are governed by a medieval property-rights system that has almost completely disappeared from the rest of Europe.
Mawlawi Haibatullah Akhundzada will replace Mullah Akhtar Mansour, who was killed Saturday in a U.S. drone strike in Baluchistan.
Toyota has announced it will partner with Uber, and Volkswagen has invested in the Israel-based company Gett.
The president decision to lift the ban on weapons sales to the Southeast Asian country came despite concerns over political freedom.
The country’s Supreme Court of Appeal has made way for the legal domestic trade of rhino horns.
Sugarcane shortfalls have forced the company to cease Coca-Cola production in the South American country.
Three North Koreans who worked at a restaurant in China have fled to a third country.
It’s not easy fitting 1.2 million annual visitors onto an island of 330,000 residents.