Caracas plans to file lawsuits with international courts against Washington’s sanctions on its oil and gas company PDVSA and the US decision to hand control to opposition leader Juan Guaido over some Venezuelan state assets in American banks, Venezuela's Ambassador to Russia Carlos Rafael Faria Tortosa told TASS in an interview.
One of the busiest airports in the US was forced to ground flights yesterday, after pilots reported drones passing metres from their planes.
Police are searching for a boy accused of killing his parents with a hammer in central China on Monday.
Kneeling in front of riot police, 32 religious leaders and activists were arrested at the US border fence in San Diego on Monday during a protest in support of the Central American migrant caravan.
Qatar has announced that it will leave OPEC next month. The announcement was made by the Gulf state's new energy minister, Saad al-Kaabi, on Monday.
French MPs have voted overwhelmingly in favour of a bill that would ban parents from smacking their children.
In 2009, Japan set up a military facility in Djibouti to combat rising incidents of piracy off Northeast Africa. A decade later, the pirates have been largely defeated, but Tokyo intends to expand its Djibouti base.
There’s no question that dairy is Wisconsin’s most famous industry.
Russian President Vladimir Putin defended Thursday Moscow’s military intervention in Syria and said it saved the war-torn country from“Somalization.”
He may be behind bars, but a former police chief still strikes fear into the highest levels of the Spanish state thanks to his covert recordings of compromising conversations with the all-powerful.