Russian President Vladimir Putin said the outgoing US administration is trying to undermine President-elect Donald Trump by spreading fake allegations.
The World Economic Forum has got into full swing on Tuesday with the speech of Chinese President Xi Jinping on globalization and mounting public hostility in the West.
The death toll from the January 14 capsizing of a refugee ship in the Mediterranean stands at four, with nearly 180 missing, presumed dead, survivors have said.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain will leave the European Union’s single market in order to restrict immigration in a clean break from the bloc, but Parliament can vote on the final Brexit deal.
Nigeria and some other African countries are preparing a joint force to intervene militarily in the Gambia if President Yahya Jammeh does not hand over power to opposition leader Adama Barrow.
American President-elect Donald Trump has crossed a line by drawing a parallel between the US intelligence community and Nazi Germany, according to outgoing CIA Director John Brennan.
Police in the Ivory Coast have fired tear gas at hundreds of pupils and students, who were out on the streets in the main city of Abidjan to protest government failure to meet the demands of striking teachers.
Cambodia has annulled military exercises with the United States slated to take place this summer for the eighth consecutive year, the defense ministry says.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says US diplomats in Russia have engaged in espionage in the past few years and participated in opposition protests.
Outgoing US Secretary of State John Kerry says President-elect Donald Trump should not “step into” the politics of Germany or any other country.