Rio carnival organizers insisted the show will go on with a second round of samba parades Monday after a truck carrying a float ran into bystanders, injuring 20.
President Donald Trump on Monday promised a “historic” increase in the US defense budget as he met with state governors at the White House.
Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine on Monday threatened to seize control of enterprises across their territories unless Kiev halts a blockade by nationalist protesters.
The London Stock Exchange’s merger with Deutsche Boerse appears to be “dead in the water”, a source close to the matter told AFP on Monday, after the LSE declared it would not meet an EU antitrust demand.
Polisario separatists have dismissed as “window dressing” Morocco’s announcement of a pullback from a zone of the contested Western Sahara that has raised tensions with their Algiers-backed movement.
Irate Russian officials on Monday annulled the result of a traditional bandy ice hockey match that saw players score 20 own goals in a bid to face easier opponents.
New orders for US manufactured goods rose in January after two straight months of declines, bolstered by a large monthly swing in aircraft orders, the Commerce Department reported Monday.
The Philippine foreign minister told the UN rights council on Monday that Manila would “destroy criminals” in a defiant defence of President Rodrigo Duterte’s drug war.
A German court on Monday convicted two illegal street racers who caused a deadly high-speed car crash of murder and handed them life prison terms in a landmark ruling.
The Spanish coast guard rescued 257 migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe from Morocco in inflatable dinghies in an “intense weekend,” they said Monday.
Journalists accused of bias. Judges said to be taking orders from the president. The country in a state of “near civil war.”