"The liar of all liars complaining about an honest mistake," one person tweeted.
Alabama's Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore cited Hitler during a 2011 interview about Barack Obama's birth certificate and said he would be interested in "new 9/11 hearings".
Twitter furiously blasted King for his "ignorant" anti-diversity tweets with many calling it "absolutely despicable" and hateful rhetoric.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shot back at Erdogan and said he does not need a lecture from the Turkish leader.
"I have taken a decision: a significant part of the Russian troop contingent located in Syria is returning home to Russia," Putin said.
Malaysia's defence minister says military awaits orders from top leadership to see if it has a role to play.
Theresa May is set to tell MPs that the preliminary Brexit agreement struck on the Irish border is actually dependent on a future deal on trade.
Trump, 71, likes to keep track of what the media is saying about him.
Avigdor Lieberman says Arab residents and businesses in Wadi Ara region should be boycotted as they "do not belong to the State of Israel".
If Saudi Arabia stops the bombing of Yemen and stops bowing to Israel and stands straight, then we will have no problems with them, Rouhani said.
A high-ranking UN official visited North Korea for a four-day trip in an attempt to ease tensions in the region.
The controversial comedian passed away on this day in 2005. We look at some of his funniest quotes that still have people laughing.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blasts EU's "double standards" and "hypocrisy" as he embarks on a two-day trip to Paris and Brussels.
Pyongyang had used the term, considered derogatory, at least twice in the past and it did not go down well with the US president.
The UK's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson had a two-hour meeting with Mohammed Javad Zarif in which he appleaded for Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe to be released on humanitarian grounds.