SEOUL/KUALA LUMPUR Malaysian police on Wednesday detained a woman holding Vietnam travel papers and are looking for a “few” other foreign suspects in connection with the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s estranged half-brother, police said.
MOSCOW Russia is committed to honoring its international obligations, including in relation to missiles, the Kremlin said on Wednesday, responding to reports it had violated a treaty with the United States by deploying a new ground-based missile.
The woman, who was in possession of a Vietnamese travel document with the name Doan Thi Huong, was alone at the time of her arrest. The “suspect was positively identified from the CCTV footage at the airport and was alone at the time of arrest,” police said in a statement.
TrendsViral CLIP: @NancyPelosi on scapegoating, stonewalling and tweeting. Full video here: https://t.co/RlFrwdagxY#FlynnResignationpic.twitter.com/799eA1rviR — CSPAN (@cspan) February 14, 2017 Flynn resigned from his position as national security advisor on Monday after allegedly downplaying conversation he had with the Russian Ambassador Sergey I.
The poll published on Monday shows that, of the two-thirds of Germans dissatisfied with Merkel, 42 percent strongly want her out, while 22 percent said it was “probably” a good idea to elect a new leader.
Elena Roon, a chairwoman and a parliamentary candidate in the Nuremberg area, shared the image of Adolf Hitler among fellow members in a closed WhatsApp group, local media reported.
MOSCOW Russia will not hand back control of Crimea to Ukraine, Russia’s foreign ministry said on Wednesday, responding to comments from the White House that the United States expected the Black Sea peninsula to be returned.
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump will host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House on Wednesday, their first meeting since the inauguration and one that promises to shape the contours of Middle East policy for the years ahead.
The nickname ‘Baby Fed’ has not sat well with Grigor Dimitrov who is now “very much his own player” with realistic ambitions of lifting a maiden Grand Slam title, believes Mark Petchey.
LIMA, Peru — A former Peruvian president is a fugitive, charged with taking bribes. In Colombia, prosecutors say its president’s re-election campaign accepted dirty money. And intelligence agents in