The fact sheet said the Trump administration has a process for how parents would be reunited with their children “for the purposes of removal,” or deportation
The lifting of the prohibition, which for years drew international condemnation and comparisons to the Taliban’s rule in Afghanistan, was welcomed by Western allies as proof of a new progressive trend in Saudi Arabia
Rights groups and critics of the campaign say some of the killings were summary executions. Police deny such allegations, saying they had to use deadly force because the suspects were armed and had resisted arrest
‘Any use of chemical weapons is unjustified and abhorrent. We must now act to defend it,’ says Stephen Lysaght, British Charge d’Affaires in Vietnam
Intel Corp Chief Executive Brian Krzanich resigned on Thursday after a probe found a consensual relationship with an employee violated company policy
May said in a statement that the bill’s passage was a crucial step in delivering Brexit, and more details of proposed future links with the EU would be published in the coming weeks
While that may end a policy that drew a rebuke from Pope Francis and everyone else from human rights advocates to business leaders, it may also mean immigrant children remain in custody indefinitely
One official said “a sizable number” of remains were expected to be handed over, but declined to give a specific number given the unpredictability of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
'Based on the data, we’re searching for 180 people'
News of the arrest comes as VW’s new group CEO Herbert Diess is trying to introduce a new leadership structure, which includes Stadler, and speed up the group’s shift toward electric vehicles in the wake of its emissions scandal
The quake struck an important industrial area of central Japan
U.S. President Donald Trump surprised officials in Seoul and Washington when he pledged to end “war games” after his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore last week
Across Japan, hotels, farms and construction sites are feeling an intensifying labor crunch as the worker pool shrinks and demand rises ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
'While the nightmare is now over, ZTE will likely have to deal with many changes'
He last week vowed to provide the same legal protection to barangay captains as he did soldiers or police, and they "will never go to jail" if they shot suspected criminals in the performance of their duty