US President Donald Trump yesterday appeared to give up for dead a bipartisan deal on immigration, blaming Democrats as the aftershocks of his vulgar disparagement of African countries and Haiti rumbled Washington’s political battlegrounds.
Indian buyers will be among the biggest beneficiaries of Malaysia’s decision to suspend export duties on crude palm oil, with first quarter imports tipped to rise to the highest in more than two years.
The British government is keeping a “very close eye” on construction and outsourcing group Carillion, a senior minister said yesterday, amid reports it could go into administration within days.
Norway's right-wing coalition on Sunday took in a small centre-right party, but remains a minority government and will continue the search for the parliamentary majority needed to ensure it can pass laws.
Another 900 emergency personnel arrived this weekend to join the relief effort conducted by more than 2,100 personnel from local, state and federal agencies.
A US immigration programme protecting hundreds of thousands of young people brought to the United States illegally as children is ‘probably dead,’ President Donald Trump said Sunday.
A stricken Iranian oil tanker drifted into Japan's exclusive economic zone (EEZ) on Wednesday afternoon, a spokesman for Japan's Coast Guard told Reuters on Friday, as strong winds pushed the burning ship away from the Chinese coast.
Chelsea wasted a chance to take control of their League Cup semi-final against Arsenal as the misfiring Blues were forced to settle for a 0-0 draw in Wednesday night’s first leg.
A census of mountain gorillas due in March will likely show numbers have risen this decade, experts said during a ceremony to mark Rwanda’s expansion of its Volcano National Park.