The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday that a group of Ecuadorean plaintiffs can bring their yearlong legal suit with Chevron Corp. to an Ontario court in an attempt to collect a $9.5 billion settlement for oil pollution in the Amazon.
President Obama is set to receive an official, albeit reluctant nod of approval for the Iran nuclear deal when Saudi Arabia’s new king visits the White House for the first time Friday, but analysts say it will come at a price as Riyadh seeks Washington’s support for its increasingly anti-Iran foreign policy in the Middle East.
The Defense Department says four U.S. soldiers and two Multinational Force and Observers’ peacekeepers were injured by improvised explosive devices Thursday in the Northeast Sinai region of Egypt.
“Comrade President, the troops are ready for your inspection!” shouted the People’s Liberation Army general in charge of the extravaganza.
India’s economy has long labored in the shadow of its great Asian rival, but now officials in New Delhi and private economists say Beijing’s recent stumbles could provide a big opportunity for India to close the gap.
Hillary Clinton’s missing emails likely reside on one or multiple servers in different places because she communicated with a number of people using different companies to send and store information, a security expert says.
With fighter jets roaring overhead, China’s leader presided Thursday over a massive parade of tanks, missiles and troops that displayed growing military might, but also pledged to reduce the army by 300,000 troops in a bid to show that his country poses no expansionist threat.
Canada rejected a request to take in the Syrian family whose mother and two young sons drowned this week trying to get to Europe, a Canadian lawmaker said — a request that involved the 3-year-old boy who washed up on a beach in Turkey, galvanizing a worldwide debate about migration.
A French prosecutor says the piece of wing discovered in July on a remote Indian Ocean island has been formally identified as having come from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
The Obama administration Thursday announced it will grant legal status and halt deportations for potentially thousands of citizens of Yemen, saying the security situation on the ground there is so bad that the U.S. has a moral obligation to protect people.