Pence made the remarks in an address to the Knesset, Israel's Parliament.
The often-targeted hotel was the scene of a 12-hour attack Saturday by six men wearing uniforms of the Afghan army. Armed with rocket-propelled grenades and other weapons, they took hotel guests ho
North Korea may be coping with the blacklisting of ships under international embargoes by sending more vessels to Russia than China in the second half of 2018, Voice of America reported Monday.
The inauguration of Weah, 51, in a Monrovia stadium was the first peaceful transfer of power in the West African country since 1944. He won a runoff election in December with 61.5 percent of the vote, defeating outgoing vice president Joseph Boakai, who had 38.5 percent.
Puigdemont, who fled from Spain to Belgium after Madrid officials dissolved Catalonia's autonomy and issued arrest warrants for its former ministers last year, is facing charges of rebellion, sedit
Beijing's diplomatic spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Monday at a regular press briefing Ryamizard Ryacudu's comments reflect the common interests of Southeast Asia and China, Xinhua reported.
Sanofi said it will pay $105 per share for the Massachusetts-headquartered Bioverativ, a 64 percent premium over Biovertiv's NASDAQ closing price of Friday. Bioverativ's stock value rose 62 percent in overnight trading on Monday.
The Washington-based IMF revised its global forecast upward, to 3.9 percent for both 2018 and 2019, a 0.2 percent improvement from its October prediction. It cited the new U.S. tax package, which w
Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba Group, said facilities like dormitories should be built to house children who live far from school, the South China Morning Post reported Monday.
The 28th edition of the organization's World Report reviewed human rights practices in more than 90 countries in the past year -- calling on political leaders to fight what the organization calls "authoritarian populist agendas."