23 Sep 2019
The US has expelled two members of Havana's mission to the UN for allegedly attempting to "conduct influence operations." Others have been restricted from leaving Manhattan. Cuba called the expulsions "unjustified."
21 Sep 2019
At the height of the Darfur war — the world's worst conflict in 2004 — a US nurse treated a baby with a leg injury. Fifteen years later, she was reunited with him on board a migrant rescue ship in the Mediterranean.
21 Sep 2019
France, US announce GAFA tax compromise
19 Sep 2019
The UK and the US have for long been the top two destinations for Nigerians seeking greener pastures. But now, it appears Canada is becoming the new attraction for many Nigerians. And the brain drain may continue if Nigerians keep feeling they have a better chance at living their dreams outside Nigeria.
18 Sep 2019
Attacks on Saudi oil fields: US-Iran blame game as fuel prices set to rocket
15 Sep 2019
Republican former governor Mark Sanford once described Trumpism as "a cancerous growth" and is now seeking to challenge the president's re-election bid. Sanford said the Republican party had 'lost its way.'
11 Sep 2019
US and Nigerian authorities have dismantled multiple groups running so-called business email compromise schemes. The online scams led to $1.3 billion (€1.2 billion) in worldwide losses in 2018.
6 Sep 2019
The US and the Taliban are close to finalizing a deal to end the 18-year-long Afghan war. But Kabul is still not completely on board, and this could complicate matters. Shamil Shams and Masood Saifullah report from Doha.
1 Sep 2019
Timothy Stratford, chairman at AmCham China and managing partner at Covington & Burling, discusses the ratcheting up of tensions between the U.S. and China and what it means for the trade talks and U.S. companies doing business in China.
1 Sep 2019
The US president increased tensions with the hike as the stock markets went into a tailspin. Trump tweeted that he would be increasing tariffs by 5% on $300 billion of Chinese goods.
18 Aug 2019
The US has announced a delay imposing tariffs on certain Chinese products that had been earmarked for the measure from next month. China has said the tariffs were "not a constructive way" to resolve the trade conflict.
11 Aug 2019
Venezuela responded to President Donald Trump's move to freeze assets in the US by skipping talks with Juan Guaido's team in Barbados. The government accused Guaido of 'celebrating and promoting' so-called US aggression.