The Latest: Britain and Russia clash at UN over poisonings

Sep 6, 2018

Britain and Russia are again clashing over the UK's allegation that two Russian military intelligence officers poisoned an ex-Russian spy and his daughter, with Moscow's U.N. envoy calling the UK evidence an invention from "thin air"

The Latest: UK calls Security Council talks on poison case

Sep 5, 2018

Britain has called a United Nations Security Council meeting for Thursday to discuss the Novichok poisoning case. Officials plan to update members on the progress of the investigation at the meeting.

UK's May says nerve agent poisoning suspects are officers in Russia's GRU military intelligence agency

Sep 5, 2018

UK's May says nerve agent poisoning suspects are officers in Russia's GRU military intelligence agency

Tariff fight adds to China's economic challenges

Sep 4, 2018

China faces bigger economic challenges than its trade war with the US as Communist leaders try to engineer slower, more self-sustaining growth

UN: 'Substantial risks' remain in Congo's Ebola outbreak

Aug 31, 2018

'Substantial risks' remain in Congo's Ebola outbreak, World Health Organization says

Detained British-Iranian woman in clinic after panic attacks

Aug 29, 2018

The husband of a British-Iranian charity worker who has been imprisoned in Iran for more than two years says his wife has been hospitalized after suffering panic attacks

UK regulator says ad for birth control app were misleading

Aug 29, 2018

Britain's advertising regulator says a smartphone birth control app's Facebook ad contained misleading claims that breached the country's advertising practice code

Japanese police probe 4 hospital deaths after air-con failed

Aug 29, 2018

Japanese police are investigating the deaths of 4 elderly patients at a hospital in heat-struck central Japan after the air conditioning failed in their rooms

UN: China's African swine fever outbreak could cross borders

Aug 28, 2018

The United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization is warning that an outbreak of African swine fever in China could jump the border to neighboring countries in Southeast Asia

Food, water tested at Egyptian hotel where Britons died

Aug 26, 2018

The chief executive of travel company Thomas Cook says experts are testing food, water and air conditioning systems at an Egyptian resort hotel where a British couple died in mysterious circumstances

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