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The Latest: Maldives' president concedes election…

The Maldives' strongman President Yameen Abdul Gayoom has conceded he lost Sunday's election to his challenger

China Cancels Trade Talks With US Following…

Tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports go into effect Monday.

UK court continues restraint on Djibouti in DP World case

Mystery around disappearance of Chinese star Fan…

Fan Bingbing, one of China's best-known stars, has well and truly fallen off the map amid vague allegations of tax shenanigans that have put her at odds with China's Communist Party-appointed culture czars

Vatican And China Reportedly Reach Agreement On…

If confirmed, the provisional agreement marks the end of a decadeslong diplomatic impasse between the Vatican and Beijing.

French boat to rescue injured Indian sailor from yacht

Australian authorities say a French ship is expected to soon rescue an Indian sailor who was injured in the remote southern Indian Ocean during a round-the-world solo yacht race

Attack On Iranian Military Parade Leaves Dozens…

The attack took place in a part of southwestern Iran with a significant Sunni Arab population that has been at the center of ethnic tensions before.

Iran holds funerals for victims of terror attack…

Mourning their dead, Iranians hold funerals for victims of terror attack on military parade in city of Ahvaz

China Opens New Embassy In The Dominican Republic

Earlier this year, the Dominican Republic cut diplomatic ties with Taiwan and entered into a formal agreement with China.

Pope praises Latvia's Christian roots in enduring…

Pope Francis has traveled to the Baltic nation of Latvia to recognize its suffering under Soviet and Nazi occupation and to encourage the Christian faith that endured there

Protesters Gather In The Philippines On Martial…

Protesters in the Philippines say they will continue to try "to defeat any attempt to bring the country back under dictatorship."

As Venezuelans go hungry, Trump targets food corruption

U.S. Treasury officials in June distributed a list of suspected companies that they believe senior Venezuelan officials have used across the globe to siphon off millions of dollars in foreign food imports amid widespread starvation in the oil-rich nation

UK, EU At 'Impasse' In Brexit Negotiations

After a summit with European leaders in Salzburg, British Prime Minister Theresa May says the EU hasn't been receptive enough to the UK's proposals.