The United States and Qatar signed a memo of understanding Tuesday on steps the tiny Persian Gulf nation will take to stop the funding of terrorism.
China on Tuesday said it shouldn't be held responsible alone for solving the North Korean nuclear standoff, and accused other countries of shirking their responsibilities in the effort to reduce tensions.
Campaigners opposed to British arms sales to Saudi Arabia suffered a major defeat Monday, as London's high court ruled that the controversial exports that include precision guided munition and fighter jets could continue.
Russian government hackers were behind recent cyber-intrusions into the business systems of U.S. nuclear power and other energy companies in what appears to be an effort to assess their networks
For decades, summits between leaders of the world powers have been heavily anticipated affairs in which every word, handshake and facial expression is scrutinized.
Anti-globalization activists set dozens of cars ablaze and tried to block leaders' delegations from entering the grounds of the Group of 20 summit Friday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un vowed Wednesday his nation will "demonstrate its mettle to the U.S." and never put its weapons programs up for negotiations, a day after successfully testing its first intercontinental ballistic missile.
The man was allegedly set to carry out the attack on Bastille Day, France’s major national holiday, which president Donald Trump is set to attend.
The Trump administration is prepared to consider joint stability operations with Russia in Syria, including no-fly zones, cease-fire observers and coordinated deliveries of humanitarian aid.
China's military vowed Monday to step up air and sea patrols after an American warship sailed near a disputed island in the South China Sea in what Beijing called a "serious political and military provocation.