2.7.2019 10:22 am
Ivanka’s presence during the G20 summit in Osaka and at Trump’s visit to Korea’s demilitarised zone has inspired criticism and ridicule.
Ivanka Trump got a ribbing back home on Monday after critics took issue with the prominent role played by President Donald Trump's daughter during summits in Japan and South Korea.
Many children were among the wounded, according to a hospital statement.
The Archbishop of York also offers his support to the effort, saying people should take more time to think before posting comments.
The front-runner for UK prime minister says controversial statements made in his past columns were ‘wholly satirical’.
The defence minister warns that Khalifa Haftar’s forces will pay a ‘very heavy price’ for any attacks on Turkish interests.
This is the second deadly crash in less than a week in the northern state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Trump says his North Korean counterpart is invited to the White House ‘anytime he wants to do it’.
The presidency says future summits would also take stock of progress in curbing illicit financial flows.
The presidency says the advancements South Africa made in the telecommunications sector are largely because of the investment Huawei made in the country.
China-US trade talks see to be back on track after high-stakes talks on the bruising trade war at the G20 summit.
Washington has made clear it opposes the purchase of the Russian S-400 system.
Lambert’s wife says her husband had previously told her he would not want to be kept artificially alive if in a vegetative state.
Scientists warn that global warming linked to human fossil fuel use could make such scorchers more frequent.
The US president has been dogged throughout his presidency by allegations of suspicious ties to Russia.