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by WorldTribune Staff, June 2, 2019 Iran may at some point be willing to talk with the United States but first must be shown the proper respect, Iran’s president and foreign minister said. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on June 1 said Iran could be a willing participant in discussions with the Trump administration but added Teheran would not be pressured into talks. [caption id=attachment_70510 align=alignleft width=450] Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and...
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Green party Leader Elizabeth May says saving the world from climate change requires Canada to get off oil before the middle of the century.
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Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said on Sunday that it was not necessary to resume major joint military exercises with South Korea that were suspended in the last year to support diplomatic efforts with North Korea.
Is the Kremlin going to undermine public opinion polling to get the results it wants?
US President Trump's national security adviser did not provide evidence but claimed Iran was behind attacks on oil tankers in the Persian Gulf. Tehran called the accusation "laughable."
The triumphant Brexit Party leader (pictured in Brussels today) said it was 'absolute rubbish' for Mr Hunt to suggest he could negotiate a better deal with EU leaders than Theresa May.
It was the second attack to strike the Afghan capital in two days amid dwindling hopes of an end of Ramadan cease-fire.
GUATEMALA CITY (AP) " Early results in Guatemala's presidential election point to a businesswoman in the lead in a nation where tens of thousands have fled poverty and gang violence to seek a new life in the United States.Three hours after polls closed, but with votes tallied from just 13% of polling centers, former first lady Sandra Torres had captured more than 22% of the vote, followed by four-time presidential candidate Alejandro Giammattei with 16%. There were 19 candidates and [
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A five-day rail strike threatens to disrupt journeys for hundreds of thousands of commuters from tomorrow as workers walk out in a long-running dispute over the role of train guards.
Google executives are preparing themselves for a bruising meeting with investors protesting pay and bonuses for high ranking employees who turn a bind eye to sexual misconduct, following a year of high profile scandals at the company.
HBO's new teen drama Euphoria starring Zendaya released its first episode Sunday night that featured a drug overdose, statutory rape and revenge porn.
Cosmetic products such as perfume, nail polish and shampoo help us feel and look good. But in the wrong hands -- especially those of the very young -- these products can be harmful, or even deadly. More than 64,000 kids younger than 5 years old had a cosmetic-related injury between 2002 and 2016, according to estimates in a study published Monday in the journal Clinical Pediatrics.
Perth man Murray Kinnane has felt as though he has been living in a horror movie for the past five years due to his son's meth addiction.
Gunfire broke out around 10pm Sunday near a playground in Southwest Philadelphia, resulting in four juveniles - between ages 15 and 17 - being injured, 'mostly to the legs, maybe one to the arm'.
‘The bank of mum and dad continues to be the iceberg mortgage lender beneath the surface of our housing market’
Authorities still in the dark over cause of massive power outage that left millions without electricity across South America
The Domnican Republic's national Attorney General on Friday said the public prosecutor of Santo Domingo East will release a 'full narrative of how the case happened.' Six men have been arrested.
At least one person was shot and killed Sunday night at a graduation party.