Hundreds of Central American migrants that crossed Mexico plan to cross the border together despite threats by US President Donald Trump to repel them.
About 600 policemen were deployed on the holiday island days after President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the shutdown and clean-up after calling the resort a "cesspool", dirtied by tourism-related businesses.
Presidential press secretary Sarah Huckabee says the ruling against the Trump administration's decision to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals programme is a "good news" for smuggling organisation and "horrible news for our national security."
Protests over pension reforms subside in the Central American country after President Daniel Ortega makes a series of concessions, including freeing dozens of arrested protesters, lifting curbs on independent media and calling for dialogue.
Holders Real Madrid came from a goal down to snatch a precious 2-1 victory at wasteful Bayern Munich and carry a considerable advantage into their Champions League semi-final second leg in Spain.
Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag accuses the European human rights organisation of "double standards", saying the 2017 polls in France were also held in the state of emergency and nobody was calling Paris to postpone elections.
While Australian soldiers serving in the ANZAC engaged with Turkish troops in World War I, Aboriginal people in Australia were fighting their own battle against the British Colonialism.
The exercise is part of an ongoing investigation into the suspected chemical attack by the Syrian regime that killed dozens in the enclave on April 7. Meanwhile, the world donors have pledged $4.4 billion for people affected by Syrian war.
The existing nuclear deal with Tehran was not perfect but must remain in place until a replacement was forged, French President Emmanuel Macron tells a joint meeting of US Congress.
Turkey’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism has declared 2018 as the Year of Troy. Located in northwest Anatolia near the Dardanelles, Troy is a site immortalised by the ancient Greek poet Homer in his mythical epics the "Iliad" and the "Odyssey."
Structural discrimination against Jewish people was a norm from the Middle Ages to the19th and 20th century Europe, but such institutional practices weren't common in the Middle East. We examine the origins of anti-Semitism.
Police detained Peter Madsen on August 11 last year when he emerged from his home-made submarine without Kim Wall who had boarded the vessel the previous day to interview him.
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