Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been under fire amid a deepening cronyism and document-tampering scandal, which has drastically brought down his cabinet’s approval ratings, while people staged protests across Japan calling for the cabinet’s resignation.
Liga Santander leaders FC Barcelona look to go into the forthcoming international break on a high when they entertain Athletic Club Bilbao in the Camp Nou Stadium on Sunday night.
U.S. President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday on his Twitter that Rex Tillerson will no longer serve as Secretary of State, and he will be replaced by CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
‘I cannot take it for free’ – President Xi tells local shoemaker
New Zealand will make an initial contribution of 500,000 NZ dollars (360,886 U.S. dollars) to help with the emergency response following the 7.5-magnitude earthquake in Papua New Guinea’s Highlands region last Monday, Foreign Minister Winston Peters said on Monday.
China not to export “Chinese model”: spokesperson
The Nigerian government on Sunday said that 110 schoolgirls are unaccounted for following an attack by terror group Boko Haram on an all-girl college in the northeastern state of Yobe.
Sweden and the United States are to compete for the title in men’s curling after beating Switzerland and Canada respectively here Thursday evening at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.
Up to 47 anti-government militants have been killed in the eastern and northern regions of Afghanistan over the past 24 hours as the government forces have stepped up operations against armed militants in the war-battered country, officials said Saturday.