China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi has met with his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukry and invited Egyptian delegates to take part in the upcoming summit on international cooperation within the framework of "One Belt, One Road" initiative in Beijing, China's Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.
An alarming 410 people died every day, on average, in accidents on the heavily traveled roadways of India in 2016, according to a new report.
Seeking to work around the alarming global decline of the traditional honey bee, new breeds and strains of the important insect, including a native Indian stingless bee, are being introduced in attempts to maintain world crop pollination.
For the second time in six months, the Hollywood Walk of Fame star extolling the current US President, Donald Trump, has been vandalized.
On Monday a court in Jerusalem charged a teenager with dual citizenship in the US and Israel, with making 100 bomb threats against Jewish institutions in in the country, part of an estimated 2000 bomb threats worldwide the youth made for hire against organizations.
Russian delegations will visit Turkey in the near future in order to hold consultations on Ankara's restrictions on imports of wheat and other agricultural products from Russia, Deputy Minister of Economic Development Alexey Gruzdev said Monday.
EU trade commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom is in Washington, April 24, to discuss with US trade officials how to proceed with talks over the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) which US President Donald Trump said was all but off in the run-up to his election.
The German economy is poised to further accelerate in the near-to-medium-term, however, its longer-term growth capacity is limited by the international, intra-EU, and domestic challenges.
Facing a backlash over an incident this month involving an Asian-American passenger, United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz is planning a visit to China.
Elected by a wide majority for his tough-guy attitude, outspoken Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has offered another in a long line of quotable comments, this time using cannibalism, by threatening to eat his opponents.
Hot on the heels of revelations of the widespread dissemination of pornography within the forces of the US military, including web hosting by soldiers of illicit content and service members moonlighting as adult film stars, a new accusation has charged a Navy SEAL with rape, sexual abuse and possession of child pornography.
It’s a nightmare: civilian deaths in Syria and Iraq in the ongoing war against Daesh are rising faster than local officials, and remote military intelligence gathering, can count, and the US-led coalition seems unwilling to do anything about it.
Ukrainian authorities seem to be willing to fuel tensions further in relations with Russia. Kiev is attempting to seize the property of Russian energy giant Gazprom in Ukraine, and this can only mean one thing - the confiscation of the gas transferred through the transit pipeline to Europe.
Turkish businessmen are taking a great deal of interest in investing in construction, tourism, agricultural and other projects in Crimea, Unver Sel, the head of the Turkish Federation of Crimean Tatar Communities, told Sputnik.
Making promises is a way to get elected, but as US President Donald Trump is finding, keeping them is a lot harder. A key Trump campaign pledge, to build a “beautiful wall” along the country’s nearly 2,000-mile Mexican border, has run into a barrier of its own: finding the money to pay for it.
Another in the growing list of incidents of abusive behavior by airline employees has surfaced, this time in the form of a male American Airlines flight attendant who does not know the meaning of diplomacy.
Responding to an alarming rise in science denial in the West, hundreds of thousands of people in more than 600 cities around the globe are celebrating the use of science as the way to view the physical and natural world when formulating global policy.
Like a battery-powered toy stuck in a corner, US President Donald Trump repeatedly asked German Chancellor Angela Merkel if Washington could negotiate a trade deal with Berlin. After being given the same reply eleven times – that a deal could only be struck with the EU, not Germany alone –Trump finally heard and understood it.
G20 finance ministers and central bankers met in Washington on Friday and produced a more optimistic statement than a month ago, expressing the hope and intent for deeper international trade cooperation to stave off the negative spillovers of protectionism.
The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry President said that the challenge between the United States and India is the H-1B Visa issues particularly concerning the IT sector.
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