Michael Wolff said that President Donald Trump's cancellation of his visit to London was not over the US's embassy but instead the kind of welcome he might receive.
Norway's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has mocked advice to Australian tourists to watch out for polar bears.
Israeli police troopers shot a man wearing what looked like a suicide bomb vest after he stabbed an officer near the Palestinian city of Ramallah in the West Bank.
Pope Francis joins world leaders in criticising US President Donald Trump's expected recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Officials said on Tuesday night that Trump will make the announcement on Wednesday to recognise Jerusalem as the Israeli capital and move the US embassy.
President Nicolas Maduro says move designed to by-pass financial sanctions slapped on Caracas.
The reported visit of Donald Trump to the UK in February will spark the biggest protest in the country, organisers have said. The US leader is said to be planning a working but not full state visit.
The US President reportedly spoke on the matter for over an hour with aides as the deadline to waive a 1995 law mandating the move looms.
Mohammed Saleh Al-Sada tells IBTimes UK that global crude demand remains healthy and the market is rebalancing.
US state department spokesperson Heather Nauert says there is no better representative of a woman entrepreneur in the US than Ivanka Trump, who heads summit in Hyderabad.
In his first public Mass in Myanmar, Pope Francis urged the country's long-suffering ethnic minorities to resist the temptation to exact revenge for the hurt they have endured.
North Korea fired a ballistic missile according to South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff in the first launch since September.
Crude futures slide on perceived uptick in US production and Russian reluctance to go along with cartel.
Japanese authorities are investigating after a ship with eight decomposed bodies was found on a beach in the Aikita province.
The EU commission has told cities hoping to become the next UK Capital of Culture to forget about the whole thing.