Missile travelled for 500km and crashed in the Sea of Japan
Robin Townley has been refused security clearance required to be on National Security Council.
Germany already in talks over reparations for Herero and Namaqua massacres in former colony Namibia.
The US president the proceeded to denounce the treaty.
China lauds Trump for sending Lunar New Year wishes, but experts ask Beijing to focus on real action
US President Donald Trump wrote to President Xi Jinping seeking a 'constructive relationship'.
The American president said the countries share a commitment to fight terrorism.
Prime Minister Bill English says the talks reaffirmed the relationships that both countries share.
The ships sailed within days of US defence chief James Mattis pledging to defend Japan and the islands.
The rhetoric from Iran comes days after Trump put the country 'on notice' after missile tests.
Iraq's economy has been ravaged by the cost of fighting Islamic State and by low oil prices.
The ex-president of the European Commission urged the G7 to repair ties with Russia before the US moves forward.
The Israeli PM is to meet Theresa May after ignoring a UN resolution on illegal settlements.
The test is aimed to 'showcase the power of Iran's revolution and to dismiss the sanctions'.
The Chinese foreign ministry said the US should avoid discussing the issue.
China fears the deployment would undermine its own security interests in the region
EU Parliament resolution on post-electoral crisis in Gabon calls for tougher stance on African nation.
Many Chinese social media users see the lack of greetings as a snub.
North Korea will face 'overwhelming response' if it uses nuclear weapons, warns US defence chief James Mattis
Kim Jong-un had warned in January that Pyongyang would carry out a long-range missile test in the near future.
Trump and Netanyahu are set to meet on 15 February.
The White House could have sanctions in place by Friday.
Iran vowed to 'continue to test its capabilities in ballistic missiles' while deriding the US president.
Trump accused Australia of trying to export the 'next Boston bombers' during a hostile call on 28 January.
Iran's defence minister had earlier warned foreigners not to interfere in its national affairs.
Former top UK diplomat to the EU issued warning to the Commons' European Scrutiny Committee.
The President of the European Council has said changes in Washington put EU in a difficult situation.
US would not build anything in the Philippines against the consent of Duterte's government, the envoy said.