The United Nations said on Friday cease-fire talks were back on track between the forces fighting over Libya’s capital, days after the internationally recognized government pulled out of the negotiations as its foes shelled Tripoli’s port.
A stridently anti-military Thai party was dissolved Friday and its key members banned from politics for a decade over a $6 million loan by its billionaire founder, a withering blow to the kingdom's pro-democracy movement.
A satellite broadcaster in Denmark linked to an anti-Iran movement in Iran was on Friday ordered to stop broadcasting over its support for terrorism. According to the Danish TV and radio board, the channel violated broadcasting rules by overtly and indirectly supporting terrorism.
The Kremlin said on Friday that allegations from US intelligence officials that Russia is interfering in the 2020 election campaign and trying to boost President Donald Trump’s reelection chances are false and the result of paranoia.
US energy firm Westinghouse is expected to sign a new agreement with state-run Nuclear Power Corporation of India for the supply of six nuclear reactors during US President Donald Trump’s visit next week, officials said, aiming to kickstart a long-running project.
EU countries have no reason to use 5G mobile technology from Huawei because Sweden's Ericsson, Finland's Nokia and South Korea's Samsung are on par with the Chinese group in the field, a senior US diplomat said