Iran’s foreign minister denounced on Thursday the United States response to a pair of deadly assaults in Tehran as “repugnant,” as the death toll in the attacks rose to 17, with 52 others wounded.
YANGON, Myanmar — Searchers found bodies and debris on Thursday from a military transport plane that disappeared with 122 people on board shortly after taking off Wednesday afternoon from an air base in southern
LONDON — Britain votes on Thursday in a general election campaign that has been early, nasty and suspended twice by terrorist attacks.
BATH, England — The British prime minister’s blue battle bus had just arrived for a campaign stop at a factory when the booing started. A motley crew of protesters, among them anti-fox-hunting activists and beret-wearing pro-Europeans, greeted Theresa May by playing “Liar, Liar,” the anti-May tune that has become one of the top 100 songs on the U.K.
DOHA Gulf Arab states piled pressure on Qatar on Thursday as U.S. President Donald Trump and Kuwait’s emir worked to end a row and resolve what Qataris say amounts to a blockade of their country, an investment powerhouse and supplier of gas to world markets.
LONDON British police investigating the deadly attacks on London Bridge on Saturday said they had arrested three more suspects, as footage of the moment officers shot the assailants dead appeared online.
BOSSASSO, Somalia Al Shabaab militants killed 20 soldiers in an attack on a military base in Af Urura, a town in Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland region on Thursday, an army officer said.
LONDON Britons began voting on Thursday in a snap election predicted to give Prime Minister Theresa May a larger parliamentary majority, which she hopes will strengthen her hand in looming divorce talks with the European Union.