As NATO's 70th-anniversary summit began on Tuesday, US President Donald Trump bashed his European allies at a joint press conference with Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.
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France is said to be seriously considering enacting a mechanism in the 2015 nuclear treaty with Iran, which would lead to UN sanctions.
The tiny basement restaurant that hosted U.S. President Barack Obama and featured in the documentary "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" is not included in this year's Michelin guide to Tokyo because it no longer accepts reservations from the general public.
A German tourist has died and his Agentinian companion injured after triggering a suspected landmine during a hike in northern Myanmar.
Italy grants access to Spanish migrant rescue ship and will allow dozens of African migrants to disembark.
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Save the Children said the disease killed more than 800,000 children last year and that it was a "forgotten global epidemic".
More than two million spent a night huddled in storm shelters as Cyclone Bulbul smashed into the coasts of India and Bangladesh.
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The Turkish president will meet his US counterpart, Donald Trump, in Washington DC next week.
Germany's defence minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said on Tuesday that it still hadn't ruled out whether to block Huawei from the country's 5G build-out.
Heiko Maas told reporters in Berlin that Huawei was a company dependent on the Chinese state, which meant Huawei was obliged to pass on information to the government there.
The French and Chinese presidents are set to sign an agreement that mentions the 'irreversibility' of the Paris climate accord, which comes just after the US said it filed paperwork to withdraw from the deal.
Hong Kong official deeply regrets civil servants taking part in protests
Two people are in a critical condition after a weekend of clashes between protesters and riot police in Hong Kong.
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The Democratic-controlled House voted 405-11 in favour of the resolution, which asserts that it is US policy to commemorate as genocide the killing of 1.5 million Armenians by the Ottoman Empire from 1915 to 1923.
Whilst I agree that funding is certainly one of the main foundations needed to implement free access to the HIV-prevention drug, I would argue that this issue is very much engrained in societal attitudes towards gay and bisexual men, as well as broader government policies concerning LGBT rights.
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Japanese Emperor Naruhito formally proclaimed his ascendancy to the throne on Tuesday in a centuries-old ceremony attended by dignitaries from more than 180 countries, pledging to fulfil his duty as a symbol of the state.
An Iranian-owned oil tanker was hit by two missiles near the Saudi Arabian city of Jeddah, Iran's official news agency IRNA said.
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