U.S. urges EU to recognise Guaido as Venezuela’s president
Mr Guaido, the Head of Venezuela’s National Assembly, declared himself president of the crisis-wracked country in January, piling pressure on the president, Nicolas Maduro.
UK’s May seeks more time to find Brexit deal, tells lawmakers
Parliament is to hold a debate on Brexit on February 14.
Alabama executes inmate without imam following Supreme Court ruling
Ray was sentenced to death for the murder of 15-year-old Tiffany Harville in 1995.
Trump to focus on immigration in State of the Union
The U.S. Constitution requires that the president provide updates on the state of the union from time to time.
1,200-year-old Bible found in South-eastern Turkey
Three suspects were nabbed while trying to sell the ancient book
Venezuelan President invites Pope Francis to mediate political crisis
The president warns of civil war as pressure mounts on him to stand down.
Venezuelan crisis: Maduro slams EU countries over recognition of rival Guaido
Maduro and Guaido have been battling for legitimacy in a struggle that has drawn in the world’s major powers on one side or the other.
Nepalese woman suffocates after being banished for menstruating
The incident recently occurred three weeks after another woman and her two sons died in similar conditions.
Khashoggi killing: UN investigator meets victim’s fiancée
The Saudi Arabia journalist and Hatice Cengiz were set to get married before he was killed in October.
White House names deputy press secretary to handle Congress inquiries
Democrats are pushing to open investigations into President Trump’s administration.
Again, Venezuelans demand President Maduro’s resignation
The Speaker of the opposition-controlled National Assembly Juan Guaido declared himself the country’s interim president a week ago.
Brexit: Stalemate as EU rejects UK’s deal change demand
Investors and allies are trying to gauge how the Brexit crisis will ultimately end up
North Korea unlikely to give up nuclear weapons – U.S. spy chief
The assessment contradicts Trump’s periodic assessments of North Korea’s commitment to denuclearisation.
Oil rises as U.S. slaps sanctions on Venezuela, but economic worries still loom
Despite the sanction, traders say ample global oil supply and an economic slowdown, especially in China, were keeping crude prices in check.
Ex-French President Hollande questioned over murder of two journalists in Mali
Claude Verlon and Ghislaine Dupont were found dead shortly after being abducted in the town of Kidal in Mali in 2013.
Venezuelan Opposition leader Juan Guaido declares himself president
The opposition leader promises a transition to a new government in a nation suffering a hyperinflationary economic collapse.