One hundred years after the guns of World War One fell silent, the leaders of France and Germany held hands and rested their heads against one another in a poignant ceremony to mark the signing of the Armistice peace agreement.
President Donald Trump could not attend a commemoration in France for U.S. soldiers and marines killed during World War One on Saturday because rain made it impossible to arrange transport, the White House said.
Turkey has given recordings related to the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi to Saudi Arabia, the United States, Germany, France and Britain, President Tayyip Erdogan said.
France’s Emmanuel Macron and U.S. President Donald Trump agreed on the need for Europe to bear more of the burden for defense.
Top U.S. officials urged their Chinese counterparts on Friday to halt militarization of the disputed South China Sea, drawing a rebuke from the Chinese for sending U.S. warships close to islands claimed by Beijing.
A man who set fire to a truck laden with gas cylinders in the center of Melbourne and fatally stabbed one person was inspired by Islamic State but did not have direct links with the group, Australian police said Saturday.
Sri Lanka’s President Maithripala Sirisena dissolves Parliament effective midnight Friday, and calls for fresh elections as the political turmoil deepens.
The edict comes after Beijing ordered A-list movie star Fan Bingbing to pay about $129 million in taxes and fines, spurring widespread discussion on the moral health of China’s film industry.