The Palestinian president accused the U.S. of abdicating its commitment to peace, while the U.N. ambassador said Abbas is shortchanging his people.
The president¡¯s son, who is in India this week to market luxury Trump Tower projects, made the remarks in an interview. ¡°It is a different spirit than that which you see in other parts of the world, and I think there is something unique about that,¡± he added.
¡°Dialogue in Caracas or Washington DC?¡± President Nicol¨¢s Maduro wrote. ¡°Time and place and I will be there.¡± The invitation comes as bilateral relations continue to deteriorate.
Kong Suriyamontol, the Thai lawyer for Japanese national Mitsutoki Shigeta, speaks to the media. (Lillian Suwanrumpha/AFP/Getty)
Kong Suriyamontol, the Thai lawyer for Japanese national Mitsutoki Shigeta, speaks to the media. (Lillian Suwanrumpha/AFP/Getty)
A Bangkok court said it did not find evidence of human trafficking, concluding a bizarre episode that contributed to a ban on foreign surrogacy in Thailand.
Authorities said the 26-year-old verbally abused paramedics as they were responding to a call and left a profane note saying they had no right to park in front of her house.

CIA Director Mike Pompeo dropped a big hint last week.

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There's yet another geopolitical twist in a war that's growing ever more complicated.

CARACAS, Venezuela ¡ª Crisis-ridden Venezuela is launching an oil-backed cryptocurrency Tuesday that it hopes will help circumvent U.S. financial sanctions and resurrect the country¡¯s moribund economy. The pre-sale of the ¡°petro,¡± which will represent a barrel of crude from a specific division in the country¡¯s Orinoco oil belt, started Tuesday morning. Investors were offered $60 ¡°tokens¡± [¡­]

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Warplanes pounded the rebel-held district of Eastern Ghouta in what aid agencies called one of the deadliest episodes of bloodshed yet.

The desperate images from one of Syria¡¯s bloodiest days

¡°We are overwhelmed. We are throwing body parts in mass graves. It¡¯s all we can do."

"Huge resources will be shelled out by those who find it necessary to weaken our country at any price.¡±

Israeli journalist Ben Caspit has alleged that the aide offered the judge the coveted post of attorney general.

"Kentucky Fried CLOSED,¡± screamed the Sun as #KFCCRISIS trended. KFC blamed delivery problems, not fowl play.

Turkey is framing assault as a matter of national security, viewing Kurdish fighters as an extension of Turkey-based militants it has fought for decades.

After ransomware and Sony attacks, North Korean hackers are exploiting ¡°zero day¡± holes in security systems.

The organization expressed its outrage after the bombardment of Ghouta, a suburb of Damascus.

Trudeau may be getting a chilly reception because of Indian perceptions that he favors Sikh separatist groups in Canada.

The claim was dismissed as 'ridiculous' by Corbyn and debunked by Czech officials. Yet the ripples go on.

Marion Mar¨¦chal-Le Pen and others are considered to represent a European far-right that has mostly run out of steam.

They're following in a long tradition of smugglers, Islamist militants and slave traders.

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Trump faces choice between promoting U.S. companies and fighting nuclear proliferation.

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Britain is due to leave the European Union in just over a year. The country¡¯s main political parties agree that the decision can¡¯t be reversed. But with the U.K. government divided over the direction Brexit should take, pro-EU campaigners are trying to make the country change course.

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Latvia¡¯s banking chief will miss a meeting of the European Central Bank¡¯s top council, of which he is a member, amid an investigation into suspected corruption.

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A Japanese man who has won legal custody of 13 surrogate children in Thailand has remained virtually anonymous in the Japanese media.

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A controversial law that makes it a criminal act to blame Poles for Holocaust crimes they did not commit will not lead to criminal charges, a Polish government official said Wednesday.

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Zimbabwe¡¯s former leader Robert Mugabe was celebrating his first birthday since his resignation in near solitude on Wednesday, far from the lavish affair of years gone by.

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Bitter cold and exceptionally heavy snowfall have beleaguered parts of Morocco this winter, disrupting schools, closing national highways ¡ª and delighting residents in cities where it hadn¡¯t snowed for decades.

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