Sudanese cabinet votes to repeal a 1958 law that forbade diplomatic and business relations with Israel.
Italy's new premier, on his first official trip abroad, also lauded Tripoli's efforts in stemming refugee crossings.
Allies of the Kremlin critic, who claims to be on hunger strike, rally over an alleged lack of medical care.
Palace says Hamzah signed letter affirming commitment to King Abdullah II, in sign that rift in royal family is easing.
Hamzah, 41, says he was ordered to stay in his Amman palace but would defy the limits on his freedom of...
Open letter is harshly condemned by the president's office, which says the move is ‘reminiscent of coup times’.
Exit polls show the ruling centre-right GERB will be the largest party but anti-establishment parties also surge.
President Joe Biden's wide-reaching, $2.25 trillion proposal includes investments in roads, bridges and green energy.
Jordan deputy PM says King Abdullah's half-brother has links with 'foreign parties' over plot to undermine security.
Prince Hamzah is a popular figure in Jordan and is seen as religious and modest, in touch with the common people.
Major League Baseball decision comes after civil rights groups and legislators rebuked new Georgia voting restrictions.
Chances of forming new government dealt a blow after parliament accused him of not telling the truth about cabinet.
Raised in southeast London, Drillminister describes himself as 'representing the working class'.
Gergerlioglu now plans to file an appeal with the European Court of Human Rights after Constitutional Court's decision.
Letter from Imran Khan says Pakistan desires 'peaceful' relations with all neighbours including India.
The dismissal of Nasser al-Qudwa highlights political divisions within the Palestinian party Fatah in upcoming elections
Move comes after President Jair Bolsonaro made six cabinet changes amid mounting pressure over COVID crisis.
Igor Matovic resigns as political crisis triggered by controversial purchase of Russian-made jab reaches climax.
Sweeping changes are the most far-reaching since the territory was returned to Chinese rule in 1997.
Most diplomats and other foreigners left the North African country after repeated attacks and kidnappings.