The Murder Suspect W...

The suspect whose murder case was used as justification to introduce an extradition bill that triggered months of protest in Kong Kong was released from a Hong Kong prison on Wednesday morning, amid a diplomatic row with Taiwan over what to do with him next. Speaking outside the prison, where...

China Could Replace ...

Hong Kong’s embattled leader is to resign and be replaced under a plan being mooted by the Chinese government, according a Financial Times report citing unnamed sources. The report, which comes as anti-government unrest in the enclave enters its fifth month, says an “interim” chief executive...

Protests in Lebanon ...

High, cement blast walls surrounding the United Nations offices in central Beirut are covered with anti-government graffiti. “Down with the rule of the mafia,” is spray-painted next to the word “revolution.” The names of every member of the Lebanese parliament are on the blast wall. The word...

American Airlines Fl...

An American Airlines flight from London, U.K., to Philadelphia, U.S., had to make an unscheduled stop in Dublin, Ireland, on Saturday because of an odor caused by a spilled cleaning fluid that led three people to go to the hospital, American Airlines confirmed to TIME. Flight 729 landed...

Russia’s Putin Meets...

(ANKARA, Turkey) — As the leaders of Russia and Turkey sought to work out the fate of the Syrian border region, the United States ran into a new hitch in getting its troops out of Syria, with neighboring Iraq’s military saying Tuesday that the American forces did not have permission to stay...

Canada’s Trudeau Win...

TORONTO (AP) — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won a second term in Canada’s national elections Monday, losing the majority but delivering unexpectedly strong results despite having been weakened by a series of scandals that tarnished his image as a liberal icon. Trudeau’s Liberal party took...