Kerry in Tajikistan for talks on Afghan border threat US Secretary of State John Kerry visited Tajikistan to talk about security threats on its Afghan border, on the fourth leg of a five-nation tour of Central Asia.
Bush rejects role of 'angry agitator' as he reboots White House bid Jeb Bush vowed not to adopt the incendiary rhetoric of other Republican White House contenders, as he sought to reboot his floundering presidential campaign.
Migrant crisis 'may derail' EU budgets: Dijsselbloem Eurogroup chairman Jeroen Dijsselbloem said the fallout from the refugee crisis should be considered when assessing some members' budgets, adding it had already had a major impact on debt-ridden Greece.
EU has little option but to deal with strengthened Erdogan: analysts The EU, desperate for help to solve the migrant crisis, has little option but to deal with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his own terms after a stunning election victory.
US State Secretary John Kerry meets Kazakh President and PM US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived for the first time in Astana as part of his official tour of five Central Asian countries.
EU says Turkish vote reaffirms people's 'strong' democratic commitment The European Union said it looked forward to working with the new Turkish government after elections showed the people's "strong commitment" to democracy.
Hollande: Chinese support on climate change 'essential' French President Francois Hollande said Monday that Chinese support was "essential" to reaching an effective deal at the forthcoming climate change conference in Paris, as he began a visit to the Asian giant.
US Speaker Ryan won't work with Obama on immigration Fresh off his election as speaker of the House of Representatives, US Congressman Paul Ryan refused to cooperate with President Barack Obama on immigration, ruling out any reform before 2017.
President Nursultan Nazarbayev meets US Secretary of State John Kerry in Astana It is the first visit to Central Asia for John Kerry and the first ever visit to all the five Central Asian states on a single trip for a US Secretary of State.
Erdogan: Turkey's 'Sultan' wins again President Recep Tayyip Erdogan rose from humble beginnings to become Turkey's most powerful politician since Ataturk.
Bush admits campaign not going well, vows to 'fight on' Jeb Bush acknowledged that his run for the Republican presidential nomination is going poorly but he pledged to "fight on."
Clinton archives reveal AIDS fund chief pushed out in 2012 A series of recently released emails by former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton contradict the official motive given for Michel Kazatchkine leaving his top post at The Global Fund to Fight AIDS in 2012.
Campaigning wraps up for critical Turkey vote Turkish politicians rallied their supporters on the eve of a vote many fear is unlikely to bring an end to months of instability.
EU risks 'disintegration' over migrant crisis, warns EU's Mogherini The European Union risks disintegrating if it fails to respond to its worst migration crisis since World War II collectively.
UN chief urges 'unified' effort to prevent terrorism UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called for a "unified" global response to prevent terrorism that puts respect for human rights at the "forefront".
US hails election of Nepal's first female president The White House hailed the election in Nepal of a new prime minister and the Himalayan country's first female president, after the adoption of a landmark constitution last month.
Vienna talks best chance to save Syria from 'hell': Kerry US Secretary of State John Kerry warned that this week's international talks on the war in Syria will not find an immediate political solution but nevertheless represent the best hope available.
Germany to send 'tens of thousands' of migrants back to Balkans Germany will send thousands of rejected asylum applicants back to the Balkans in the coming months as Berlin toughens its stance on economic migrants in the face of a refugee crisis.
Trump, Carson in spotlight as Republicans brace for debate Donald Trump, the longtime frontrunner in the Republican presidential race, gears up for battle in a third nationally televised candidates' debate, with fellow outsider Ben Carson hot on his heels.
Germany not expecting breakthrough on Syria in Vienna Germany's foreign minister said he did not expect international talks in Vienna to yield a breakthrough on ending the war in Syria.