Russia has gone from complaining about not knowing who to call at the US State Department to getting on with the job on its own.
Ruslan Sokolovsky fought the law -- and the law won.
Theresa May's main challenger for prime minister in next month's general election is offering UK voters the most left-wing, big government policy agenda for nearly 40 years.
The party of French President-elect Emmanuel Macron has unveiled the names of more than 400 candidates for the June legislative elections -- and half of them are women.
At least 24 people were killed in India when a wall collapsed onto wedding guests Wednesday evening, police say.
The CIA has established a Korea Mission Center to address "the nuclear and ballistic missile threat posed by" North Korea and its unpredictable leader, the US intelligence agency announced Wednesday.
Former CNN anchor Zain Verjee has launched an Africa focused media start-up and wants to show the world that Africa has more to offer.
In some places you are what you wear, or what you eat, but in glamorous Cannes you are what you drive.
The pitch from the Kushner family to wealthy Chinese business owners was simple: Invest in our property and get on a path to U.S. citizenship.
The heavy presence of armed guards at a nondescript building on the outskirts of Nigeria's capital is the only clue of its elusive residents -- the Chibok girls, many of whom are now young women.
Today US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is in Fairbanks, Alaska to attend the Arctic Council's tenth ministerial meeting. The meeting comes amid new research that climate change is reshaping the arctic much faster than expected, and as Trump administration officials engage in an unusually public debate about whether the United States will remain in the Paris climate agreement. After pledging to 'cancel' the agreement during his campaign, Trump has now softened his tone, noting that he had an open mind about the global agreement to limit the effects of climate change. Rival factions within the administration are pitted against one another as President Trump closes in on a decision expected later this month.
English artist Damien Hirst has been accused of cultural appropriation after his exhibition, "Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable," featured a "golden head" that appears to mirror sculpted heads created by African artists from Ile-Ife Nigeria.
Most heads of state exist in suits and live a sedentary life, but Vladimir Putin is not most heads of state.
The election of South Korea's new president, Moon Jae-in, has given fresh hope of a thawing in relations with China, which have recently been strained due to the deployment of a controversial missile defence system in South Korea.
The world's most popular drink (after water) is under threat: droughts and excessive heat are affecting yields, and quality is falling.
Ukrainians rolled out the red carpet near the country's parliament on Sunday for performers from 42 countries in an opening ceremony complete with all the theatrics one would except from the Eurovision Song Contest.
On May 11, some of the world's greatest new buildings will be honored at the Architizer A+ Awards ceremony in New York.
New South Korean President Moon Jae-in has cast doubt on a landmark deal with Japan over wartime sex slaves.
Hong Kong has dethroned London as the top market for luxury real estate.
CNN's Isha Sesay looks at the Nigerian government's efforts to help the released Chibok girls recover from their long imprisonment by the terrorist group Boko Haram.
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