US President Donald Trump had a phone conversation with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi on Tuesday during which he congratulated him for freeing Mosul from the Daesh terrorist group (IS, banned in Russia), the White House announced in a press release after the phone call between the two leaders.
President of Venezuela Nicholas Maduro respects the decision of the Supreme Court to transfer opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez from prison to house arrest and expects him to correct, local media reported Saturday.
The United States welcomes the release of Venezuelan opposition figure Leopoldo Lopez and calls on the country's authorities to release all political prisoners, US Department of State said Saturday.
A major fire broke out at a building belonging to the Finance Ministry of El Salvador on Friday, trapping people inside the nine-story building. Three deaths have been reported by local outlets.
Venezuela's authorities are trying to create the system similar to the inquisitional one in the country with judges both submitting evidence and taking decisions, says Venezuelan Chief Prosecutor Luisa Ortega Diaz.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Friday expressed Beijing's support for Argentina to host the Group of 20 (G20) summit next year.
A fight at a prison in the southwestern Mexican city of Acapulco in the Guerrero state left 28 inmates dead and three injured early on Thursday, a local security official said.
Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS) Luis Almagro demanded on Thursday to call extraordinary meeting of organization's permanent council after Wednesday's attack on the Venezuelan National Assembly.
Venezuelan policeman Oscar Perez who stole a helicopter last month to drop grenades on the top court vowed Wednesday to open a manhunt on pro-government grassroots militia groups.
The United States condemns an attack on the Venezuelan National Assembly on allegedly by supporters of President Nicolas Maduro, according to the US State Department.
Venezuelan authorities have started evacuating people from the National Assembly after a mob blocked them inside for over six hours, media reported Wednesday.
Oscar Perez, the Venezuelan police officer who piloted the helicopter during the attack on the Venezuelan Supreme Court and Interior Ministry, has declared his and his supporters' readiness to continue striving to overthrow the state’s President Nicolas Maduro, local media said Wednesday.
It looks like RT is the only source of English-language television news available to the inmates of America’s ill-famed Guantanamo Bay prison.
Brazilian President Michel Temer has reversed his decision to skip the upcoming summit of G20 leaders in Germany and decided to attend the event, which will take place in Hamburg on July 7-8, presidential office said late on Monday amid the probe into Temer’s alleged involvement in corruption.
The US Navy has been busy training dolphins – not for the purposes of warfare, but in an effort to save the world's rarest and most endangered marine species, the vaquita porpoise. Environment Minister Rafael Pacchiano has said the professional dolphins will locate and herd vaquitas into a marine refuge.
China and Brazil have a solid foundation of cooperation in the energy sector, and they need to boost cooperation on clean energy, Chinese ambassador to Brazil, Li Jinzhang, said Thursday.
At least 24 people died and ten were injured in the northern Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez.
An opposition lawmaker said two young men have lost their lives within several hours in anti-government protests that have gripped the northwestern Venezuelan state of Lara.
Venezuela’s prosecutor general Luisa Ortega Diaz asked a pan-American human rights watchdog for protection.
Remember the long-time cliché “He went out to get cigarettes six years ago but never came back?" One passionate football fan gave this stock excuse to his wife and successfully sneaked out of the house in Mexico, only to end up in Russia watching his favorite team live at the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup!
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