British Prime Minister David Cameron's attempts to win back powers from the European Union could cause the 27-nation bloc to fall apart.
Japan's new envoy to China urged stronger economic ties with Beijing in an interview broadcast Monday, after the incoming premier pledged to mend bilateral ties strained by a bitter territorial row.
Japan's incoming premier Saturday pledged to seek a thaw in ties with China after a report said he will send a special envoy on a fence-mending mission to Beijing.
Sania was just a schoolgirl when she logged onto an Internet chat room and met a young college student called Mohammad. They fell in love and decided to get married.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon arrived in Baghdad on Thursday for talks with Iraqi leaders, state television said, after a visit to Kuwait in which he called for a new era in relations between the two countries.
Israeli politicians on Thursday returned to the campaign trail as the streets of Gaza came back to life after a truce ended eight days of bloodshed, with both sides claiming victory while remaining wary.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari on Monday as the two nations inch towards repairing vital ties severely damaged by a series of crises.
Chelsea football club owner Roman Abramovich enjoyed "privileged access" to Russian President Vladimir Putin but held no significant influence over him.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Thursday the United States was looking to Morocco "to be a leader and a model" in the region as the two countries launched their first ever strategic dialogue.
Egypt is neither an ally nor an enemy of the United States, President Barack Obama said Wednesday in the wake of a violent protest at the US embassy in Cairo.
Kazakhstan-German fashion show was timed to the 20th anniversary of Kazakhstan-German diplomatic relationships.
Iran hit out at Canada's decision to break off diplomatic ties, with foreign ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast accusing the Canadian government of being "under the influence of the Zionist regime."
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton voiced hope Saturday that the US Congress would act this month to end Cold War-era trade restrictions on Russia but also raised concerns on human rights.
The successor to Sun Myung Moon, the deceased founder of the Unification Church, made a surprise visit to North Korea on Friday.
White House challenger Mitt Romney promised on Thursday to take a tougher line on Russia if he is elected in November, accusing Barack Obama of lacking backbone in the relationship.
For the first time after her ill-fated break-up with Brad Pitt, US actress Jennifer Aniston is engaged to be married again -- this time to a much less known actor-screenwriter, Justin Theroux.
Public displays of affection gave way to public displays of apology Wednesday as "Twilight" star Kristen Stewart and the director of her latest movie candidly admitted they've had an illicit affair.
Tom Cruise's lawyer condemned as "grotesquely false" Wednesday a report that the Hollywood star had abandoned his six-year-old daughter amid the shock of his wife's divorce bombshell.
French President Francois Hollande and British Prime Minister David Cameron tried Tuesday to laugh off a rocky start to their relationship despite lingering differences over the eurozone crisis.
50 apple trees from Kazakhstan were planted in Randall Island that is a part of Manhattan, New York.
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