Zimbabwe's ruling party wins majority in parliament, EU questions poll

01/08/2018 20:12

European Union observers on Wednesday listed several problems in Zimbabwe’s presidential and parliamentary election, including voter intimidation and mistrust in the electoral commission, as the main opposition leader accused the ruling party of trying to rig the result.

Trump threatens U.S. government shutdown over border wall

30/07/2018 20:46

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Sunday he would allow the federal government to shut down if Democrats do not fund his border wall and back immigration law changes, betting that maintaining a hard line will work in Republicans’ favor in November congressional elections.

Six people killed as California wildfire spreads

30/07/2018 16:20

A 70-year-old woman and her two great-grandchildren were among six people killed when a wildfire engulfed entire communities in northern California, officials and family members said.

Cambodians cast ballots in general election

29/07/2018 10:43

Cambodian voters on July 29 morning began casting their ballots at 22,967 polling stations across the country to elect 125 parliamentarians to the sixth National Assembly.

Russia's Putin says he invited Trump to Moscow

27/07/2018 20:33

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he had invited U.S. President Donald Trump to Moscow and that both he and Trump were ready for further summits, but that conditions needed to be right for a meeting to take place.

Blast outside U.S. embassy in China injures suspect

26/07/2018 15:37

A bomb exploded outside the U.S. embassy in Beijing on Thursday, wounding the lone assailant, the embassy said in a statement, but police described the weapon merely as a “firework device”.