Journalists gathered at the White House bombarded Lavrov and Tillerson with questions as they posed for photos before going to a separate room for a meeting. READ MORE: Lavrov to meet Trump in Washington, Kremlin confirms
via GIPHY Four-time NBA champion Shaq told Atlanta, Georgia, news channel 11Alive News that he plans to fulfill a lifelong ambition by running for Sheriff in 2020.
Four police officers with guns are seen on film riding on two motorcycles with sirens blaring, firing shots as they approach the “terrorist.” The video posted on social media shows groups of children sitting on the grass as they watch the demonstration.
Novak Djokovic won his first match since confirming the departure of his coaching staff, beating Nicolas Almagro at the Madrid Open on Wednesday.
ANKARA Turkey urged the United States on Wednesday to reverse a decision to arm Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State (IS) in Syria, saying every weapon supplied to the YPG militia constituted “a threat to Turkey”.
Boys aged from seven to 17, who escaped the blood-chilling captivity, are now living in camps with other displaced Iraqi residents, and are trying to get over the horrors they’ve been through.
“It’s now kind of street art because it’s made of love of people from all over the world,” said auctioneer Collin du Bocage, who expects the lovelocks to fetch between €100 (about US$109) for the smallest pieces and up to “€5,000 to we don’t know what” for the larger sections.
WASHINGTON Russia’s foreign minister sarcastically acknowledged the abrupt dismissal of FBI director James Comey by saying ‘Was he fired? You’re kidding. You’re kidding’ as he posed on Wednesday for photographs with U.S.
According to the ECB bulletin, the eurozone unemployment and underemployment stands between 15 and 18 percent, nearly twice the official figure of 9.5 percent. “In France and Italy, broader measures of labor market slack have continued to increase throughout the recovery, while in Spain and the other euro area economies, they have recorded some recent…
SEOUL South Korea’s new liberal President Moon Jae-in was sworn in on Wednesday and vowed to immediately tackle the difficult tasks of addressing North Korea’s advancing nuclear ambitions and soothing tensions with the United States and China.