Articles by Sofia Lotto Persio
Parliamentary committee denounced confusion around terms of government's resettlement programme.
President Barack Obama is reportedly considering commuting Manning's sentence amid mounting pressures for her release.
Swiss train stations prominently feature campaign posters from far-right party SVP.
Japan is the biggest provider of aid towards the Philippines and its most important trade partner.
Ferrero uses about 185,000 tonnes of palm oil a year – alternative substitutes could cost an extra $8-22m annually.
Ruling, and opposition lawmakers, threw punches and shoved one another.
A broken rudder forced the pair into a journey across the Tasman Sea.
Palestinian officials told that Trump may confirm embassy's relocation during his inauguration on 20 January.
M5S to campaign for referendum on Italian eurozone membership as part of conditions to work with Ukip.
Beatrice Stockly has been held captive for more than a year.
The Interior Ministry reportedly requested retailers to dispose of their burqa stock within 48 hours.
The State Department believes Alexanda Amon Kotey engaged in group's executions and 'exceptionally cruel' torture methods.
Six people have died in clashes with the police and 1,500 people were detained for looting shops in the past week.
The three-party coalition holds a one-seat majority in parliament.
He was buried next to revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.
President Hassan Rouhani loses an important mentor and supporter less than six months before the next elections.
Eurosceptic Five-Star Movement members ally with pro-EU Alliance of Liberals and Democrats of Europe.
This is one of several cases of solidarity with migrants from the Roya Valley in the French Alps.
Police shot dead two attackers in clashes following the blast.
In the past, the group had planted bombs against banks, the police and the US embassy in Athens.