For the 400th episode of “The Observers”, airing from Sept. 14, we’ve produced a special broadcast showing how we work with our 5,000 Observers around the world. Learn more about how our team of journalists
Videos of Gillis using the derogatory term “chinks” and making homophobic comments triggered a rapid backlash and were widely shared following Thursday’s announcement that he had been signed as a new member.
The British prime minister’s first talks Monday with European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker and top EU negotiator Michel Barnier ended with an admonishment from Brussels. Juncker’s office said was
Saied was on 18.9 percent, ahead of imprisoned media magnate Nabil Karoui, who was on 15.5 percent, according to the electoral commission, ISIE. Prime Minister Youssef Chahed, a presidential hopeful whose
Trump said he was ready to help key ally Saudi Arabia after the weekend drone attacks, which triggered a record leap in global oil prices, but would await a "definitive" determination on who was responsible.
Warren outlined her plans to root out corruption in the White House, Congress and courts. "Corruption has put our planet at risk. Corruption has broken our economy. And corruption is breaking our democracy,"
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told journalists at the end of the meeting with Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Iran’s Hasan Rouhani in the Turkish capital Ankara that the last hitches blocking the
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main opponent Benny Gantz sought to galvanise supporters Monday on the eve of a tense election with the political fate of the country's longest-serving
The two men held their first face-to-face talks over a two-hour lunch in Juncker’s native Luxembourg amid claims from Britain that an agreement is in sight. “Yes there is a good chance of a deal. Yes,
The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court appealed on Monday against the shock acquittal in January of former Ivory Coast leader Laurent Gbagbo and his deputy, Charles Blé Goudé. "The appeal
For the 400th episode of 'The Observers', airing from September 14, we’ve produced a special broadcast showing how we work with our 5,000 Observers around the world. Learn more about how our team of journalists
Inflation has topped 55 percent and 10 percent of the population has newly fallen below the poverty line this year. As government food aid to schools is growing more meagre, nearly 50 percent of Argentinian
Saied was on 19 percent, leading imprisoned media magnate Nabil Karoui, who was on 14.9 percent, and ahead of the candidate from the Islamist-inspired Ennahda party Abdelfattah Mourou (13.1 percent). announcement
Purdue's board met Sunday evening to approve the long-expected bankruptcy filing, which the company is pursuing to restructure under terms of a proposal to settle the widespread litigation. Purdue, which
Israel is holding its second general election in six months on Tuesday – an unprecedented situation resulting from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s failure to form a government. The election re-run
A day after comparing himself to berserk comic book super-smasher Hulk, the British leader will enjoy a genteel working lunch with the head of the EU’s executive branch in Luxembourg. Downing Street has
The move to strike, which the Wall Street Journal described as the first major stoppage at GM in more than a decade, came after the manufacturer's four-year contract with workers expired without an agreement
The New York Police Department said that officers found the 75-year-old Ocasek at about 4 p.m. after responding to a 911 call. They said there were no signs of foul play and that the medical examiner to
Trump also authorised the use of the U.S. emergency oil stockpile to ensure stable supplies after the attack, which shut 5% of world production. "There is reason to believe that we know the culprit, are
Official preliminary results are expected on Tuesday from Sunday’s first-round voting in this small Mediterranean country that unleashed the 2011 Arab Spring uprising. A second-round vote is expected Oct.
“I have decided... that the date of the presidential election will be Thursday, December 12,” said Abdelkader Bensalah, who is precluded from standing himself, in a televised address to the nation. The