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President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron pledged on Tuesday to seek stronger measures to contain Iran, as the U.S. leader considers whether to ditch an international accord meant to prevent Tehran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
The man accused of plowing a rental van into pedestrians on a crowded Toronto sidewalk, killing 10 people, in Canada's deadliest mass killing in decades left a "cryptic message" on social media before his attack, police said on Tuesday.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had been "very honorable" and discussions on a planned summit were going well, but tempered expectations for any quick denuclearization deal by saying "it may be we’re all wasting a lot of time."
The Syrian government plans to recover an opposition-held pocket north of Homs city soon after it completes surrender deals with armed groups around the capital Damascus, a Syrian government minister said on Tuesday.
The Iraqis who pick over their country's old battlefields for military scrap metal and wiring have few other ways to make a living, but the task comes with enormous risks.
British officials presented their plans to ensure 3 million European Union citizens can be granted rights to remain in Britain after Brexit, but their presentation in Brussels on Tuesday left EU lawmakers worried the system won't work.
A senior Iranian official said on Tuesday that Tehran might quit a treaty designed to stop the spread of nuclear weapons if U.S. President Donald Trump scraps the nuclear accord Iran signed with world powers in 2015.
A politician who forced Armenia's prime minister to resign led thousands of people on a march on Tuesday after which he said he was ready to take the reins of power and would keep up pressure on the ruling elite until they agreed to real change.
A Chilean man who was sexually abused by a priest as a boy will urge Pope Francis to sack "toxic" bishops who covered up the assaults, he said on Tuesday ahead of a face-to-face meeting with the leader of the Catholic Church.
Jewish community leaders in Britain said their talks on Tuesday with opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on how to end anti-Semitism in his party had been a "disappointing missed opportunity".
A Vietnamese man appeared in a German court on Tuesday, accused of helping to kidnap a former oil executive in Berlin last year on behalf of Vietnam's secret services and smuggle him back to his homeland where he has been jailed for life for corruption.
Peru's poverty rate increased last year for the first time since 2001, rising one percentage point to 21.7 percent, according to government data published on Tuesday.
Kate, wife of Prince William, smiled and waved as she left hospital on Monday after giving birth to a boy who is now fifth in line to the British throne.
Talks between Armenia's ruling Republican party and the opposition planned for Wednesday have been canceled, opposition spokesman Tigran Avinyan said.
Germany and France have agreed on the central requirements for a new fighter jet to replace Eurofighter Typhoon and Rafale warplanes beginning in 2040, German military sources said.
One Jordanian citizen was among 10 people killed when a man drove a rental van into a Toronto crowd on Monday, an official at the Embassy of Jordan in Ottawa said on Tuesday.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday the deadly van attack in Toronto on Monday had not changed the country's threat level or security preparations for a G7 summit in Quebec in June, adding that Canadians must not live in fear.
Two South Korean citizens were among 10 people killed after a man drove a van into Toronto crowd while another was injured, a South Korean foreign ministry representative in Canada told Reuters on Tuesday.
Dog sleds carried some ballots to polling stations for Greenland's election on Tuesday, a sign of the hurdles the country faces before it gains its long-held goal of independence from Denmark.
Prosecutors in Peru have uncovered new evidence that implicates a Canadian man, who was lynched in the Amazon last week, in the slaying of a revered indigenous medicine woman, a spokesman for the attorney general's office said on Tuesday.