Britain's Conservative politician Andrea Leadsom on Monday announced withdrawal from the Tory leadership race
The military of DPRK issued a warning Monday that it would take "physical measures" to cope with U.S. deployment of Terminal High Altitude Area Defense in South Korea.
Thursday's fatal shooting of police officers in Dallas, Texas is generating wide-spread discussion in not only the United States, but around the world, about the state of safety and racial tensions in the US.
Former Australian Prime Minister John Howard, who led the country during the invasion of Iraq in 2003, is standing by his decision at the time to send Australian troops into the war.
Obama showered praise on Hillary Clinton's judgement and toughness hours after FBI Director James Comey blasted the her for being "extremely careless" in handling classified information.
Britain on Wednesday published the long-awaited inquiry into the Iraq War, concluding that Britain went to war before all peaceful options had been exhausted
Online series Gogh The Starry Night, coproduced by Sohu TV and South Korean film company Kim Jong Hyuk Studio, marks a fresh attempt to explore new forms of collaboration between Chinese and foreign producers.
U.S. FBI Director James Comey announced on Tuesday his agency would not recommend any criminal charges against Hillary Clinton in her email investigation.
Eid Al-Fitr marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.
Tributes poured in as Bangladesh Monday held a state ceremony to pay homage to the victims and their families of an attack at a restaurant in Dhaka's diplomatic enclave Gulshan.
A total of 12 plays by William Shakespeare will be staged at the Beijing Fringe Festival in September this year to mark the 400th anniversary of his death, organizers said.
A young man was seriously injured after he was hit by an explosion in New York's Central Park on Sunday, authorities said.