BANGKOK (AP) — China threatened "serious consequences" Friday after the United States Navy sailed a destroyer around the disputed Paracel Islands in the South China Sea for the second day in a row, in a move Beijing claimed was a violation of its sovereignty and security ... Both sides said their actions were justified under international law ... .
March 24 (Reuters) - A dual Haitian-Chilean citizen pleaded guilty in a U.S. court on Friday to three charges involving his role in the assassination of HaitianPresident Jovenel Moise, gunned down in his home in 2021 ... Some of the funds were used to buy weapons and pay bribes to the some of the president's security detail, the statement said.
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The release of Paul Rusesabagina, who was portrayed as a hero in the Hollywood filmHotel Rwanda, follows intense diplomacy by the US, where he has permanent residency rights, and may help to ease tensions between the two countries ... .
WASHINGTON. The US military carried out multiple air strikes in Syria on Thursday night against Iran-aligned groups whom it blamed for a drone attack that killed an American contractor, wounded another and also hurt five US troops, the Pentagon said ... Reuters was unable to independently confirm the toll. REPEATED ATTACKS ... FILEPHOTO. U.S ...REUTERS ... .
The latest U.S.-China clash over the popular social media app TikTok is likely to worsen the already-deteriorating relationship between the two countries, as Beijing and Washington tussle over software bans, technology exports and concerns about espionage and national security ... Here's where the dispute stands ... The U.S ... citizens. In China, many U.S ... .
PresidentEmmanuel Macron was under pressure on Friday to find a way out of a crisis that has seen some of France's worst street violence in years over a pension bill he has pushed through parliament without a vote ... A tag on an ATM read. "Paris is burning.". Some 441 police officers were injured and 475 people were arrested ... Capitol. 'Worried' ... .
HELSINKI -- The Finnish president on Thursday formally sealed the Nordic country's historic bid to join NATO by signing into law the required national legal amendments needed for membership in the Western military alliance ...Turkey has presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled for May 14, and ratification is expected before that ... .