Anti-racism protests continue in the US as statues, monuments and buildings of US historical leaders who carried out policies viewed as racist are being removed, following last month's police killing of unarmed black man George Floyd.
Under pressure after weeks of protests, Democrat lawmakers hope to remove protections for police officers accused of misconduct and make it harder to justify the use of force.
To bolster the waning confidence of warlord Khalifa Haftar, Moscow's alleged move of sending fighter jets to Libya has rekindled Washington's interest in the six-year-long conflict.
Feeling the pinch of rising Chinese tech, the Silicon Valley giants become political to stay in the game.
The number of global coronavirus infections has surged past 4.5 million, with over 306,000 deaths and 1.7 million recoveries. Here are more coronavirus-related developments for May 15:
If the US shifts production away from China, Turkey is an ideal business partner lying in wait.
The US Commission on International Religious Freedom recommends but does not set policy, and there is virtually no chance the State Department will follow its lead on India, an increasingly close US ally.
The US president has targeted the global organisation for its perceived bias towards China.
A new report published in the US has made alarming claims, but they seem divorced from reality.
The resolution will head to the Democratic-led House of Representatives, which passed a similar text last month.
Turkish students in the US contribute greatly to the US and to Turkey, but the potential is far greater.
US-Iranian absolutism could have been mitigated had the European Union and the United Nations shown some teeth over the last two years
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