U.S., Qatar sign agreement on combatting terrorism
12 July 2017 | 7:01 am
The United States and Qatar signed an agreement on combatting terrorism and its financing during a visit to Doha by U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
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The United States' soccer team get their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign back on track with a 6-0 win over Honduras in San Jose.
31 Mar 2017
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson attends in his first NATO meeting in Brussels on Friday (March 31). He told allies that the United States will uphold previous agreements and ensure the alliance has the capability to defend itself, including from Russian aggression.
11 Apr 2017
Pyongyang cites 'reckless moves' by the U.S., including deploying a Navy strike force to waters around the Korean peninsula, as a reason for it to be 'ready for war.'
23 May 2017
How to impeach a United States of America's president.
5 Oct 2017
Ivan Krastev is the chairman of the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia, and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna.
13 Nov 2017
As president of Venezuela's Constituent Assembly, Delcy Rodriguez is the second most important figure in the Maduro regime.
23 Jan 2018
Rex Tillerson and UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson praise bilateral relations between Britain and the U.S.
24 Feb 2018
The latest Florida shooting resulted in 17 deaths and shook the corridors of power in Washington. Donald Trump is now talking about reviewing who is allowed to buy certain types of guns. Will this be a turning point in the United States? Also, the balance of power is shifting in Syria as Assad backs the Kurds against Turkish forces in Afrin.
13 Mar 2018
U.S Secretary Of State Rex Tillerson.
14 May 2018
This unprecedented move signals a dramatic shift in US foreign policy and has triggered a fierce controversy - as the status of Jerusalem is one of the most contentious issues in the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
17 Jun 2018
Macro Risk Advisors' Chris Kettenmann discusses his options strategy with Bloomberg's Julie Hyman on "Bloomberg Markets."
13 Aug 2018
President Vladimir Putin has not yet ordered retaliatory sanctions against the United States because Washington has not yet introduced new restrictions on Moscow and it is unclear what those curbs will be, the Kremlin said on Monday.
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At least five people were killed when a 6.0 magnitude earthquake shook southern Iran. The quake's epicenter was in a comparatively sparsely populated area.
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A young Cameroonian activist is the force behind a quest to restitute a sacred statue stolen by a German colonialist 120 years ago. Njobati Sylvie believes restitution is integral in confronting the Cameroon's past.
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Activists and doctors have successfully had abortion bans temporarily blocked in several US states. In Florida, the presiding judge said that the state ban violated a woman's right to privacy.
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The International Monetary Fund has concluded "constructive" talks with the government of Sri Lanka over a possible bailout. The island is facing its worst economic crisis on record, with protests over food, fuel and medicine shortages. Also on the show: why France is faring better than its neighbours when it comes to inflation. Plus FRANCE 24's Madrid correspondent Sarah Morris reports on the Spanish companies suffering from a diplomatic spat with Algeria.
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In an interview with DW's Conflict Zone, Russian former Duma MP Ilya Ponomarev said Vladimir Putin's war aims go way beyond Ukraine. He argues that it is NATO in the Russian president's sights.
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Mexican President Manuel Lopez Obrador has angered the Jewish community by comparing a prominent member to Hitler. It's not the first time the leftist leader has tried to smear opponents with such comparisons.