Leaders at a global finance summt are close to sealing deals to restructure Zambia and Sri Lank’s debt with the agreement of major creditor China.
French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni vowed to work more closely together aiming at patching up ties.
Chinese President Xi Jinping offered Beijing’s support on Moscow’s “core interests”, at a meeting with Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi flew into Australia, aiming to strengthen economic ties by tapping into his country’s fastest-growing diaspora.
Pakistan’s foreign minister will attend an international conference in India next month, the first official visit since 2016.
Japan is preparing to evacuate its nationals from Sudan, the first nation to publicly announce plans to pull its citizens from the conflict-hit country.
Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi pledged greater defence ties after a diplomatic tour.
North Korea on Friday threatened an “unprecedentedly” strong response to upcoming US-South Korea joint military drills.
Paraguay’s outgoing leader hailed Taiwan as a “beacon of democracy” ahead of a presidential vote that could see his country cutting ties with the island.
The US Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen, is expected to meet with her South African counterpart and President Ramaphosa this week.
China’s new foreign minister made a video appearance at a basketball game in Washington to mark Lunar New Year.
South Korea said Thursday it was considering compensating victims over Japan’s forced wartime labour without the direct participation of Japanese companies.
Ukrainian president Volodymr Zelensky said on Saturday that the end to Ukraine war ‘will be through diplomacy,’ Ukrainian television channel
In the early days of communism in Cuba, Fidel Castro had pledged that every child under seven would have a liter of subsidized milk every day. For some time, they did – but today, many go without.
An armed group has attacked a United Nations convoy in southeastern Colombia, setting fire to two vehicles, the organization said Thursday.
The United States raised the alarm Tuesday on a potentially imminent Russian attack against Ukraine, ahead of a whirlwind diplomatic mission by Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
Mali’s strongman leader Assimi Goita said Monday Bamako remained open to dialogue after the West African bloc ECOWAS imposed stringent sanctions on the troubled Sahel country over delayed elections.
West African leaders on Sunday backed tough new sanctions on Mali including border closures and a trade embargo, saying the military regime’s delays to a return to civilian rule were “totally unacceptable”.