'We will be friendly with China, but we do not want to be indebted to China,' says Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad
Italy's new economy minister shelves a meeting with his French counterpart in Paris as their countries trade barbs over the treatment of more than 600 migrants rescued off the Libyan coast at the weekend
An amendment presented by the United States that condemns Hamas for 'inciting violence' along the border with Gaza failed to garner the two-third majority needed for adoption
US President Donald Trump's handshake with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore marks a historic moment
'Who knew this would have happened 5 to 6 years ago... It's exciting to be a part of it,' says former US basketball star Dennis Rodman
The new cases eerily echo the odd noises and subsequent illnesses suffered by 24 U.S. diplomats evacuated from Cuba since 2016, deepening a baffling medical enigma.
The topics of the G7 summit and the Trump-Kim summit may be very different but the stakes are equally high
(UPDATED) Here is a recap of the decades of tensions between the two countries
Rudy Giuliani says with the summit rescheduled, the United States has the upper hand
'One year on and Qatar and its people are stronger,' says Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani, one of the most prominent voices in the region's worst diplomatic crisis for years,
A year ago, Saudi Arabia and its allies cut ties with Qatar, sparking the biggest diplomatic crisis to hit the Gulf in years. What's happened since?
Standard protocol would suggest an official of his rank – particularly one who is under sanction and who represents a geopolitical adversary – would be whisked, out of sight, into the bowels of the building for a closed door meeting. Not in Trump's White House.
Some 3,000 people are expected to apply for media accreditation, sources involved in planning the event tell Agence France-Presse
Also on the agenda are talks about how to relink cross-border railways and roads, and fielding a joint team for the Jakarta Asian Games in August
Many expert observers expect Kim Jong-Un, perhaps with tacit Chinese backing, to demand that Washington also reduce its own military footprint in South Korea and loosen its guarantees to treaty ally Japan
Lavrov is paying a visit to North Korea for the first time since 2009
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel says the main reason for his visit to Venezuela is to show solidarity with Nicolas Maduro after his May 20 reelection was widely dismissed as a sham by the US, EU, and 13 other Latin American states
(UPDATED) Kim Yong-Chol, considered the right-hand man of leader Kim Jong-Un, is the most senior North Korean official to visit the United States in 18 years
Newly elected Catalan leader Quim Torra 'signed a new decree to form a government in Catalonia,' his office says in a statement
NATO has vehemently criticized Moscow over the attack in March and has expelled 7 Russian diplomats as part of a coordinated international response
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A politician-turned-diplomat, Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano uses metaphors, such as a neighborhood squabble, to teach diplomacy to veterans in the foreign service
'We are watching developments carefully,' says Presidential Blue House spokesman Kim Eui-gyeom
First Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye-Gwan calls US President Donald Trump's decision 'unexpected' and 'regrettable,' but he left the door open for further diplomacy
Venezuela's move to expel US diplomats earlier this week follows a US tightening of sanctions over President Nicolas Maduro's controversial re-election as president over the weekend
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang show a united front on Iran and free trade during their meeting at the opulent Great Hall of the People in Beijing
The North has portrayed the destruction on the test site as a goodwill gesture ahead of planned June 12 summit between Kim and Trump in Singapore
The Venezuelan president declares US charge d'affaires Todd Robinson and deputy head of mission Brian Naranjo 'persona non grata'
'It may not work out for June 12,' US President Donald Trump says of the Singapore meeting
The coin depicts Trump and Kim, described as North Korea's 'Supreme Leader,' in profile facing each other in front of a background of US and North Korean flags
The plan is to be detailed on Monday, May 21, by the top United States diplomat, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, in his first major foreign policy address since taking office in April
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov tells reporters that 'there were detailed discussions' between the two leaders
This comes after EU president Donald Tusk lashed out at Donald Trump, saying that 'looking at the latest decisions of President Trump, someone could even think with friends like that who needs enemies'
(UPDATED) Israeli and Guatemalan officials attend an inauguration ceremony at the new embassy at an office park in the disputed city at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
(3rd UPDATE) US President Donald Trump says the US government has not received any official word of a change in plans for the June 12 meeting in Singapore
Pyongyang cancels high-level talks with Seoul over the Max Thunder joint military exercises being held between the United States and South Korea, denouncing the drills as a 'rude and wicked provocation'
Ukraine, which along with most of the international community has not recognized Russia's annexation of Crimea, condemns the project
Here are some of the reactions from around the world following the violence on Monday, May 14
'The Security Council expresses its outrage and sorrow at the killing of Palestinian civilians exercising their right to peaceful protest,' read a draft of the statement
As long as the conditions required by President Rodrigo Duterte is met, he is open to lifting the ban
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un says his summit with US President Donald Trump would help towards improving the situation on the Korean peninsula and the 'building of a good future'
(UPDATED) President Donald Trump greets the men at Joint Base Andrews in the middle of the night
His visit comes as rumors fly over 3 US citizens being held in the North, with suggestions they may have been moved in preparation for a release
Speaking on state television, President Hassan Rouhani describes US President Donald Trump's decision as 'an act of psychological warfare against Iran'
Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council says that under the World Health Organization charter, Taiwan should be allowed 'equal participation' in all WHO events
(UPDATED) Officials and diplomats expect the pugnacious US leader to ignore last-ditch European pleas and move to withdraw the United States from a 2015 agreement
'We hope that some countries across Latin America won't go moving their embassies to Jerusalem, because that is against international law,' Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas says
'The past Administration has long been asking for 3 hostages to be released from a North Korean Labor camp, but to no avail. Stay tuned!' US President Donald Trump writes on Twitter
'When the United States is out of the deal, it means that there is no deal left,' says Hamid Baeidinejad, the country's top envoy in London
Beijing 'fully backs... (North Korea's) efforts to achieve the goal of denuclearization on the Korean peninsula,' Wang Yi says during talks with his North Korean counterpart Ri Yong Ho