Peter Dutton, an Australian lawmaker whose challenge set off a leadership battle against Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull this week, can remain in parliament, a senior legal official looking into a potential financial conflict said on Friday.
Britain’s electoral commission said on Tuesday it had fined the officially designated pro-Brexit campaign group for breaching spending rules in the 2016 referendum and referred it to the police.
The United States accused North Korea on Thursday of breaching a U.N. sanctions cap on refined petroleum by making illicit transfers between ships at sea, according to a document seen by Reuters and which Washington submitted to Security Council members.
TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan prosecutors indicted the spokesman for a pro-China political party and two other members for allegedly seeking to recruit Taiwan military officers on behalf of China and violating the National Security Act, a court statement said.
President Donald Trump has praised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for coming forward with documents that the Israeli leader says shows Iran lied about pursuing nuclear weapons. During a press conference at the White House, Mr Trump once again expressed dissatisfaction with the Iran nuclear agreement, but stopped short of saying that he plans on pulling the US from the deal when the May 12 deadline for a decision comes. Mr Trump said that Mr Netanyahu’s claims about Iran show that he has been “100 per cent right” about the nuclear agreement, and said that Iran’s behaviour is “just not an acceptable situation”.
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and French President Emmanuel Macron spoke by phone for more than an hour Sunday, agreeing to work closely to preserve the Iran nuclear deal, according to a statement from Elysee Palace.
The man suspected of killing four people at a Waffle House in Nashville on Sunday was previously arrested by the US Secret Service for trespassing and being in a restricted area near the White House, authorities said.