Guatemala has deemed the attempted crossing illegal.
Russian security forces detained Navalny on Sunday immediately upon his return to Moscow.
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The U.S. Defense Department added the company to a list that the department says support China’s military.
Mechanical engineering professor Gang Chen faces charges of wire fraud, failing to file a foreign bank account report, and making
Boxer’s donation to Biden was just $500, however a spokesperson for Biden’s inaugural committee said they do not accept donations
The Commission issued a one-sentence announcement saying that the experts were set to arrive on Thursday and meet with Chinese
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The judge said Assange ‘has an incentive to abscond’ before the U.S. appeals her extradition decision.
Police arrested 53 pro-democracy officials and activists on Wednesday.
The NYSE subsequently announced it would delist the firms on January 7, but backtracked on Monday for unspecified reasons.
District Judge Vanessa Baraitser ruled on Monday that Assange’s mental health prevented extradition to the U.S.
When one’s ability to plan for the future depends entirely upon predicting the whims of technocrats, this is not a
After four and a half years, Brexit is finally and fully accomplished with a U.K.–EU trade deal that sailed through
It’s the end of one of the most hard-fought struggles that has ever roiled the British political system.
The government fell after Knesset, Israel’s parliament, failed to pass an annual budget by a midnight deadline.
European Union leaders are set to meet on Monday to draw up a ‘common doctrine’ for handling the threat posed
The U.S. must punish Russia for its bad behavior.
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Around 85 percent of China’s raw cotton supply, and 20 percent of the world’s supply, comes from Xinjiang
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The British High Court bans puberty-blocking drugs for under-16s.
The hack was apparently orchestrated via a malicious software update from SolarWinds Inc.
China goes to the mattresses to punish the government challenging its pandemic response. Australia pushes back.
News assistant Haze Fan was last seen on Monday being escorted from her apartment by plainclothes police officers.
A 90-year-old woman was the first U.K. citizen to receive the vaccine.
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The Pentagon announced that the majority of the approximately 700 troops in Somalia will leave the area by January 15.
Our failure in Afghanistan is by and large a failure to understand the true nature of the enemy.
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The vaccine becomes the third to show promising results in late-stage trials.
Pompeo spoke alongside Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, on a visit to Jerusalem.
Cienfuegos was arrested in October after flying into Los Angeles, and subsequently charged with taking bribes from the H-2 cartel,
The announcement confirms one last draw down of American soldiers from the Middle East before President Trump leaves office.
Jens Stoltenberg said that NATO would “face a difficult decision” if the U.S. decides to withdraw from Afghanistan.
For far too long, the West has turned a blind eye to Turkey’s egregious behavior.
What else to call claiming that the Jewish state goes around picking off God’s children as if “they don’t matter
According to Syria envoy James Jeffrey, a major withdrawal of troops from Syria never took place.
The move signals the administration’s desire to quickly withdraw U.S. troops from the Middle East before the end of the
Is the U.S. election result really a “demotion” for Israel’s longtime prime minister?
A criminal gang in Northern Nigeria was holding the U.S. citizen, according to reports.
Not only were the Bidens’ Chinese business contacts known to have ties to the regime; they also may have been
France’s anti-terrorism prosecutor’s office has initiated an investigation into the Nice attack.
The legislation criminalizes hate speech relating to a number of protected classes that potentially includes hate speech spoken in private residences.
Matthew Pottinger has emerged as a key player in the administration’s adversarial approach to China.
Boot’s defense of China’s coronavirus response and criticism of America’s amounts to CCP propaganda.
The State Department has warned that Americans in China face potential arbitrary detention.
Johnson warned that the country should prepare for a no-deal break from the bloc.