A TORY Leave campaigner has dismissed Brexit doom-mongers following an outcry at the possibility of the UK importing chlorine-washed chickens from the US.
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The House bill would impose new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea, and prevent President Trump from easing some of them without congressional approval.
Turkish president accuses West of manipulating with his country, saying he will not back down in feud with Germany.
President Donald Trump's call for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate former Democratic rival Hillary Clinton is "highly inappropriate" and threatens to erode the separation between law and politics, a leading Republican senator said on Tuesday.
A criminal gang is offering bounties of $1 million to assassins who kill leaders from Colombia's Marxist FARC rebel group, a lawyer for the guerrillas said on Tuesday, as the group prepares to take seats in Congress as part of a peace deal.
With a new book and a memorial in the woods, a retired carpenter revives the memory of a Naval hero of both killed in a plane crash.
Russia could be undermining the U.S.'s mission in Afghanistan.
British Prime Minister Theresa May was photographed with her husband Philip on holiday in Italy on Tuesday, the first leg of a three week summer holiday.
A FORMER religious leader has been found guilty of polygamy after marrying 24 women and fathering 146 children.
President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman said a meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and the head of a sanctioned Russian bank was “not on behalf of the Kremlin.”
A 9-year-old boy died from heatstroke after being left alone in his mother's car for about 90 minutes on a sweltering day in the city of Nara, prefectural
This August, a mobile phone service provider will release a smartphone that only works during daytime hours in an effort to restrict elementary school stud
Former Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba overtook scandal-hit Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as the best person to lead Japan, an opinion poll showed Tuesday. Ish
North Korea vowed Tuesday to strike the U.S. with a "powerful nuclear hammer" after CIA chief Mike Pompeo hinted last week that Washington was open to the
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Former Trump campaign chief agrees to appear behind closed doors with Senate Intelligence Committee
ANGELA Merkel has been accused of treating European Union (EU) member states like “students”, with Germany playing the role of all-knowing “professor”.
The leaders of the committee issued the subpoena late Monday to compel Manafort to attend Wednesday's hearing