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Russia has been pressing demands that the US give it access to two diplomatic compounds seized in the US last year.

Pakistan's military says it has launched a major operation against so-called Islamic State (IS) in the north-western region along the Afghan border.

At least one person has been shot dead while waiting to vote in an unofficial, opposition-organised referendum in Venezuela.

The head of so-called Islamic State (IS) in Afghanistan, Abu Sayed, has been killed in a raid on the group's headquarters in the eastern province of Kunar, US officials say.

Two more participants have been reported in a notorious Trump Tower meeting that took place in June 2016 between members of Donald Trump's presidential campaign team and a Russian lawyer, as discussion rages over whether the Trump campaign cooperated with any Russian efforts to influence last year's U.S. presidential election.

China's best-known human rights prisoner, Liu Xiaobo, died Thursday at age 61 following a high-profile battle with liver cancer that made his death as controversial as his life.

President Donald Trump is making no promises to change his decision about pulling the U.S. out of the Paris climate accord, something that made for awkward moments Thursday on the first day of his trip to France.

Thursday, 13 July 2017 05:57

US to renegotiate Korea trade deal

The United States on Wednesday told South Korea it wants to renegotiate a 2012 free trade agreement, citing a lopsided trading relationship.

Russian President Vladimir Putin would have preferred Hillary Clinton in the White House instead of Donald Trump, the U.S. president asserted on Wednesday.

U.S. President Donald Trump is praising his son for disclosing emails that show how the Trump campaign met with a Russian lawyer in an active search for incriminating information about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton last year.

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