President Cyril Ramaphosa has wrapped up day one of his state visit to India.
The United Nations' human rights office said on Friday a three-member team of international experts would conduct an inquiry into the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Queen Elizabeth has sent a delicately coded message to Britain's factious political class over Brexit, urging lawmakers to seek common ground and grasp the big picture to resolve the crisis.
Pope Francis said in Panama on Thursday that the Church must work to overcome the world's "fears and suspicions" of migration, and pledged his support for efforts to avoid further suffering in crisis-torn Venezuela.
South Africa continues to recognize the government of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela despite the leader of the opposition-led National Assembly declaring himself interim President with the backing of several regional countries.
British finance minister Philip Hammond hit back at supporters of a no-deal Brexit on Thursday, telling business leaders that leaving without a deal would break promises made in the 2016 referendum and risk fuelling populism.
Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro prepared to rally his military supporters Thursday as the US and key allies backed a challenge from his leading rival who declared himself "acting president."
UN chief Antonio Guterres on Thursday appealed for dialogue in Venezuela to avoid the political crisis spiralling out of control, after opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president.
Greek lawmakers are expected to vote Thursday on a deal to change the name of neighbouring Macedonia and end one of the world's longest diplomatic disputes.
Speaker of the U.S. of Representatives Nancy Pelosi has stood firm against the President Donald Trump; informing him that he would not deliver his State of the Union in the House until Government was re-opened.
Pope Francis announced Wednesday he will visit Japan in November, becoming the first pontiff to do so since John Paul II nearly 40 years ago.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Palestinian militant group Hamas on Wednesday of a "lethal" reaction to any renewed Palestinian violence on the Gaza border, after blocking aid to the strip in response to the wounding of a soldier there.
India's main opposition Congress party says it is struggling to find enough helicopters to ferry its leaders ahead of a general election, accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party of hogging resources.
Hong Kong on Wednesday presented a controversial bill to lawmakers that prescribes jail terms of up to three years for disrespecting the Chinese national anthem.
The US Senate shifted slightly closer on Tuesday to resolving a month-long partial government shutdown, but there was no sign of relief anytime soon for 800 000 federal workers who are furloughed or working without pay.
South Africa has warned that the credibility of the United Nations Security Council was at stake if the body did not take any action to ensure the implementation of its own decisions.
Former US secretary of state John Kerry said Tuesday he was not ruling out another tilt at the White House in 2020 but that in the here and now, Donald Trump should quit. “I’ve told people I have not taken it off the table, but I’m not sitting around actively planning a (2020) campaign, or […]
Qatari state-funded broadcaster Al Jazeera on Tuesday criticised Sudan's "arbitrary" decision to withdraw accreditation for three of its journalists covering widespread anti-government protests in the African country.
As France and Germany signed a new friendship treaty Tuesday, they sought to debunk what they called fake news and conspiracy claims levelled by far-right nationalist groups.
A commercial airliner flying from Siberia to Moscow made an unplanned landing in the city of Khanty-Mansiysk on Tuesday after a passenger demanded the plane change course, Russian security official.
British Prime Minister Theresa May sought to break the parliamentary deadlock over Brexit on Monday by proposing to seek further concessions from the European Union on a plan to prevent customs checks on the Irish border.
The South African Mission to the United Nations has observed a moment of silence in memory of former envoy to the organisation Ambassador Dumisani Shadrack Kumalo who passed away on Sunday.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said Monday he will present to the world leaders gathering in Davos the "new Brazil" he and his new government are working on, one that will be friendlier to investors and agribusiness.
Russia on Monday threatened retaliation after the European Union slapped sanctions on Russian military intelligence chiefs over the nerve agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal in Britain.
British Prime Minister Theresa May unveils her Brexit "Plan B" to parliament on Monday after MPs shredded her EU divorce deal, deepening the political gridlock 10 weeks from departure day.
The United States called on Russia on Monday to destroy a new cruise missile system which it said was a "direct and continuing violation" of the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, and accused Moscow of destabilising global security.
An Indian man was mauled to death by a lion after he scaled the wall of a zoo in northern Punjab state, officials said on Monday.
Theresa May spoke to Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday, and to EU leaders Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk by telephone Friday to discuss where to go next on Brexit.
Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday entered the 2019 presidential race after forging an alliance with a staunch critic to challenge his former governing partners at a time when the Taliban has shut him out of talks to end more than 17 years of war.
Immigration activists and Central American migrants trying to make their way to the United States who spoke to Reuters on Saturday (January 19) seemed unfazed by US President Donald Trump's proposed immigration deal he presented earlier in the day.