By Philip Pullella ROME (Reuters) – Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin said on Wednesday that a controversial deal with Beijing on the appointment of Roman Catholic bishops in China
BAGHDAD (Reuters) – It was a series of intercepted phone calls on a tense night in June that made Iraq’s new prime minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi fully realise how few friends he had.
By Marcelo Rochabrun and Cassandra Garrison LA PAZ/BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – A landslide win by Bolivia’s socialist party at weekend elections may herald a year of dramatic shifts in Latin American
By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) – The United Nations’ acting Libya envoy said on Wednesday she was “quite optimistic” that ongoing talks between the warring sides would lead to a lasting
MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Kremlin said on Wednesday that U.S. sanctions targeting the Russia-led Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project were unfriendly and destructive.
By Anton Zverev and Polina Nikolskaya MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Kremlin is trying to intimidate opposition politician Alexei Navalny to discourage him from returning to Russia to campaign once he
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The fiancee of slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and a human rights group that he founded filed a lawsuit in a U.S. court on Tuesday with allegations that Saudi Arabia’s
YEREVAN (Reuters) – Armenian President Armen Sarkissian has left for Brussels to discuss the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict with NATO and European Union officials, his office said on Wednesday.
By Chayut Setboonsarng BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand received a group of tourists from China on Tuesday, its first such arrivals since commercial flights were banned in April to combat the coronavirus