U.S. Cuts $100 Million in Aid to Afghanistan, Citing Government Corruption

WASHINGTON — The State Department cut $100 million in aid for Afghanistan on Thursday as the…

South Sudan Oil Consortium Funded Militias Accused of Atrocities, Report Says

LONDON — A South Sudanese oil consortium directly financed militias accused of committing atrocities in the…

Netanyahu, Like His Foe, Calls for Unity Government, but Conflicts Remain

JERUSALEM — Seizing the initiative in Israel’s postelection political gridlock, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday…

Duterte Says He Ordered a Hit on a Politician. (A Spokesman Says He Misspoke.)

MANILA — President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines appeared to admit in a speech this week…

From Warren and Trump, Two Versions of Corruption

Senator Elizabeth Warren stood beneath a marble arch in New York City, telling a crowd of…

Elizabeth Warren to Rally Supporters in Washington Square Park Tonight

Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts is set to bring her ascendant presidential campaign to New York…

U.S. Appeals Court Reinstates Emoluments Case Against Trump

A federal appeals court in New York on Friday revived a lawsuit alleging that President Trump…

Russia Raids Offices and Homes of Navalny Allies

MOSCOW — In a nationwide crackdown to prevent discontent in Moscow from spreading to far-flung regions,…

Democrats to Broaden Impeachment Inquiry Into Trump to Corruption Accusations

WASHINGTON — House Democrats return to Washington this week poised to significantly broaden their nascent impeachment…

Sudan Court Formally Indicts Al-Bashir on Corruption Charges

KHARTOUM, Sudan — A judge in Sudan formally indicted former President Omar al-Bashir on Saturday on…

Samsung’s Leader at Risk of More Prison Time After Court Rules Against Him

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea’s top court issued a ruling on Thursday that could result…

Saudis Paid $90 Million to Sudan’s Ex-Leader, Officer Says in al-Bashir Trial

CAIRO — Sudan’s deposed leader, Omar Hassan al-Bashir, told investigators that he had received $90 million…

Trudeau Violated Ethics Law in SNC-Lavalin Case, Watchdog Finds

OTTAWA — Canada’s federal ethics commissioner said on Wednesday that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau violated an…

Guatemalans See Little Hope Even as They Elect a New President in Runoff

Thousands of Guatemalans, bereft of hope, leave their country each month, choosing the uncertainty of migration…

Yingluck Shinawatra, Ex-Leader Who Fled Thailand, Gets Serbian Citizenship

BANGKOK — A former prime minister of Thailand who fled the country two years ago to…