A month into Donald Trump’s presidency, The Washington Post has unveiled a new slogan: “Democracy Dies in Darkness.”
Mexico enjoyed solid economic growth last year before uncertainty struck over the impact of US President Donald Trump’s trade policies, official data showed Wednesday.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde said Wednesday that she had been reassured by her first meetings with members of the new administration of US President Donald Trump, whose economic programme has caused global jitters.
About 90 percent of Poland’s top military brass have been replaced in an overhaul launched by the rightwing government, the defence ministry said Wednesday.
Emmanuel Macron is a former investment banker and economy minister who hopes his meteoric rise will propel him to the French presidency aged just 39.
A Cuban dissident group awarded a prize Wednesday to the head of the Organization of American States, Luis Almagro, even though he was not allowed into the country to accept it in person.
Brazil’s Senate on Wednesday appointed an ally of President Michel Temer to the post of Supreme Court judge to replace one who died in a plane crash while investigating corruption.
Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa admitted Wednesday that his leftist ally Lenin Moreno will have to win a runoff vote to succeed him after a tightly-fought first-round election.
French automaker PSA said it promised British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday to “develop” the Vauxhall brand if its plan to take it over succeeds.
UN aid agencies need $4.4 billion in emergency funding to address famine in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Wednesday.
US central bankers say they may need to increase the key lending rate “fairly soon,” but are concerned about the uncertainty of President Donald Trump’s tax and spending policies, according to the minutes of their last meeting published Wednesday.