Pro and anti-Ortega groups marched on the streets of Managua on Saturday, July 21, amidst months of unrest that has tested the rule of the leftist government led by President Daniel Ortega.
The German army is reportedly mulling accepting foreigners into its ranks by offering them German citizenship.
France has announced that the EU will not be negotiating a free trade agreement with Washington until the US withdraws its steel and aluminum tariffs.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani might offer the Taliban militant group another ceasefire during next month’s Eid holiday, a government spokesman says, after the Afghan leader reached a truce with Taliban insurgents last month.
US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says he will push China and the EU to agree to a more “balanced” relationship on trade during a weekend meeting of the G20 finance ministers in Buenos Aires.
US President Donald Trump’s envoy in Russia, who has been under pressure to resign in the wake of his boss’s summit with President Vladimir Putin, says he won’t step down.
The UK will not pay its £39 billion divorce bill to Brussels if the bloc does not agree the framework for a future trade deal, warns the new Brexit secretary.
A source close to Ecuador’s government has reportedly confirmed that the country’s President Lenin Moreno has nearly reached a deal with the United Kingdom to hand over WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange — who has taken refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London — “within the next several weeks.”
A Muslim man has been beaten to death by extremist Hindu mobs in western India over allegations of smuggling cows.
International legal experts say Myanmar has violated its obligations to the United Nations child rights convention as the unprecedented crackdown mounted by the government of the Southeast Asian nation against the minority Rohingya Muslims has led to an exodus of hundreds of thousands of people from the persecuted community.