Saudis accuse Iran of 'direct aggression' over Yemen missile
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has accused Iran of an act of "direct military aggression" by supplying missiles to rebels in Yemen.
Get Rid of Capitalism? Millennials Are Ready to Talk About It
As polls show young Americans souring on capitalism, a debate between economic philosophies draws a sellout crowd in New York.
Paradise Papers: Queen should apologise, suggests Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn has suggested the Queen, among others, should apologise for using overseas tax havens if they were used to avoid taxation in the UK.
Paris climate accord: Syria 'to sign up', isolating US
The US is set to become isolated in its stance on the Paris climate agreement, after reports that Syria is preparing to join the deal.
Nearly half Europeans who don't own home reckon they never will
Nearly half of Europeans who do not own their own home have given up hope of ever doing so, a survey showed on Tuesday, with pessimism highest among Britons and Germans.
Trump asks for another $4bn to ‘detect, defeat, & defend’ against North Korea
President Donald Trump wants lawmakers to give the Pentagon an additional $4 billion for “urgent” missile defense improvements against North Korea and nearly $2 billion more to increase troop levels in Afghanistan by 3,500 and repair damaged naval ships.
NATO to send more troops to Afghanistan after U.S. shift
NATO is set to agree on Thursday to increase its Afghanistan training mission by some 3,000 troops, alliance officials said, after the United States switched tack in long-running efforts to defeat Taliban militants and end the conflict.
Romania: Anti-corruption protests held in dozens of cities
Rallies in Bucharest and other cities have taken aim at a law that will weaken efforts to root out corruption. The government says a new law will prevent the judiciary from pursuing a politically motivated agenda.
Banking whistleblowers being gagged and hunted down: UK lawmaker
Whistleblowers in banking are being gagged and risk ending up broke and unemployed despite reforms introduced since the financial crisis, a senior British lawmaker said on Tuesday.