The U.S. Secretary of State has downplayed talk of a new cease-fire and plans to meet separately with each minister.
Microphones will be muted for portions of tonight’s debate as the candidates make one final pitch to voters.
Nationwide protests over a hated police unit have morphed into wider calls for change in Nigeria, where authorities are weighing tougher measures to halt the movement’s momentum.
Exit polls show that Evo Morales’s successor, Luis Arce, is on track for a convincing first-round victory.
The arrests of two protest leaders seem to have galvanized support for the pro-democracy movement.
An EU-U.K. trade deal isn't likely before Boris Johnson’s Oct. 15 deadline. What comes next?
Despite shelving annexation, Netanyahu is full-steam ahead on settlement expansion.
With significant gaps remaining between their positions, a prolonged standoff along the disputed Line of Actual Control is likely to continue.
From fish to Northern Ireland, major disagreements remain as Brexit negotiations enter their final week.
Washington is trying to ensure the pressure stays on Iran, but Moscow could try to strengthen its ties to Tehran.
The ruling against Golden Dawn is a major victory for liberal democracy; U.S. vice presidential candidates discuss foreign-policy issues.
Anger over last weekend’s election results has boiled over into violent clashes between protesters and police, sparking another crisis in Russia’s backyard.
Urging his supporters not to fear the virus, Trump’s ordeal has invited a new wave of criticism.
The only remaining nuclear arms control treaty between Washington and Moscow expires in February and the two governments are still at loggerheads over the terms of a new agreement.