Angela Merkel elected German Chancellor for fourth term
Ms. Merkel said she expected a better result.
U.S. to replace travel ban with targeted restrictions – Report
Trump’s travel ban faced a series of legal challenges that are to be heard by the Supreme Court in October.
Hurricane Irma death toll reaches 82, 1.5 million without power
Hurricane Irma hit the U.S. mainland on Sunday.
UN Security Council To Meet After North Korea Fires Another Missile Over Japan
The missile was the second to be fired by the Asian country in two weeks.
UN Security Council Steps Up Sanctions On Defiant North Korea
The decision was triggered by North’s sixth and largest nuclear test earlier this month
North Korea warns U.S. over sanctions push ahead of UN vote
North Korea conducted its sixth nuclear test on September 3, which it said was of an advanced hydrogen bomb
Thousands of Indonesians join anti-Myanmar rally in Jakarta
The protest was also to demand for the snapping of ties between the two countries.
World leaders, UN, participants from 120 countries to discuss global peace in South Korea in September
More than 1,000 global figures from 120 countries are expected to participate.
U.S. gives Russia 48 hours to close three missions
US ‘prepared to take further actions.’
Pakistan court jails police officers for 2007 Benazir Bhutto murder
The court also declared former military ruler, Pervez Musharraf, a fugitive.
U.S. Pastor Joel Osteen opens church to Harvey flood victims after online criticism
14 people have been reported dead and scores missing
Trump visits hurricane-ravaged Texas, says premature to congratulate local officials
The president’s trip had been criticised in some quarters as coming too early.
World has received North Korea’s latest message loud and clear — Trump
The U.S. president says all options are on the table after Pyongyang fired a missile over Japan.
North Korea ignores UN, U.S., others, fires missile over Japan
The U.S. disarmament ambassador, Robert Wood, described the test as “another provocation.”
EU pledges to intervene in visa problem for Nigerian scholarship awardees
There was a pre-departure orientation for 17 awardees of the 2017 edition of the scholarship.
U.S. moves troops, search-rescue aircraft, vehicles to Texas
“Continuing rainfall from the hurricane is expected to cause devastating and life-threatening flooding throughout this week.”
German killer nurse suspected of 84 more murders — Police
The number is likely higher as some victims were cremated.
Saudi Arabia expects Hajj revenues to exceed $4.2 billion
Pilgrims mainly spend on accommodation, transportation, food and gifts.
U.S. Navy recover remains of all 10 sailors missing after collision
Divers had been searching for the sailors inside damaged compartments of the ship.
Germany brings home gold reserves ahead of schedule
The 3,378-tonne, 140 billion-euro gold stockpile had been a symbol of Germany’s ascent.
No cold war between Russia, U.S. – Russian deputy FM
The official also said there were no negotiations on some diplomatic property.
Netanyahu warns Putin on Iran’s growing threat to Middle East
Israel had long been concerned that Iran could be developing a nuclear weapon.
Egypt says U.S. decision to withhold aid could have negative impact
“Egypt sees this measure as reflecting poor judgment…”