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The United States and Brunei reiterated their commitment to the Trans Pacific Partnership free trade agreement, the Department of State said.
Europe has become a zone where terrorists are set on carrying out a full-fledged guerrilla war, and as in any guerrilla war, the militants have both the resources and more importantly, they have a base of local support.
A police officer died after an attack on his home in the US town of Round Rock on Monday.
An arrested 16-year-old Afghan witness to the Munich mall shooting met the suspect at a psychiatric ward last year and may have had advance knowledge of the attack, the Munich prosecutor's spokesman said Monday.
Germany is considering loosening parts of its constitution and allowing for the deployment of the military across the country in an effort to protect its citizens from terrorism after the fourth attacks in the space of a week killing ten and injuring dozens more.
Can a superhero actor attend a massive geek festival and manage to stay unnoticed?
The primary aim of terrorists fighting in Syria is to spread radical ideology among civilians to undermine the foundations of civil society, Syrian President Bashar Assad said Monday during a meeting with Chrysostomos II, the archbishop of Nova Justiniana and All Cyprus.
Traveling is always a worthwhile and exciting experience, not only do you get to see and meet different people, sometimes the very fact you are abroad can bring about new experiences and moments that end up creating lasting and unforgettable memories.
The draft law on the Polish Constitutional Court recently approved by the Polish Parliament does not address a number of important issues that had been raised by the European Commission and the Venice Commission, Spokesman for the European Commission Margaritis Schinas said Monday.
Lawsuits relating to Russian athletes who have been banned from competing at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games are being prepared but it is first necessary to wait for the decision of the international federations, a lawyer for the All-Russia Athletics Federation (ARAF), Artyom Patsev, said Monday.
US Republican nominee Donald Trump mocked Hillary Clinton’s campaign for claiming Russia was behind the damning leak of US Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) emails in a bid to help him into the White House.
Alain Marsaud, MP from the party ‘Les Républicains', supports the idea of creating a civil police in France. In an interview with Sputnik, he said that civil mobilization could be a good option to improve security in the country.
According to the Russian Olympic Committee chief, eight athletes representing the country and selected to participate in the Rio Games, had prior issues with doping.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s claims against Tehran's nuclear program are "baseless," Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi said Monday.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Monday that the country's independence from the United Kingdom could be the option that would ensure certainty and stability after Brexit.
France would never deny Israel's right to Jerusalem, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said in a letter sent to Shmuel Rabinovitch, the Rabbi of the Western Wall and the Holy Sites of Israel on Monday.
The World Archery Executive Board endorsed three Russian athletes to compete in the Rio Olympics.
His name was Mahmoud Issa, a 12-year-old Palestinian boy from a Palestinian refugee camp close to Aleppo in Syria. He was kidnapped by a group of men from the Nour al-Din al-Zinki Movement, one of the many groups fighting in Syria against the Assad government.
According to the Russian energy minister, the gas production in the country will stand at around the same level in 2016.