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How does an increasingly tumultuous environment affect the reinsurance industry and asset insurance in particular?
How are media outlets reporting on the escalating war of words between US President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong-un?
An arms embargo would achieve nothing other than allowing the international community to claim it is "doing something".
Hurricane has potential to cause more problems as it heads towards Eastern Seaboard.
Officials tell people to stay at least 9km away from Mount Agung, which has been rumbling since August.
Thousands take to the streets in North Korean capital, as insults continue to fly between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump.
President Uhuru was declared the winner of the August elections but the Supreme Court ordered the vote annulled.
The impoverished Colombian city that's home to victims of Colombia's conflict and thousands of Venezuela's migrants.
Angela Merkel looking all but certain to win historic fourth term, as Germany votes in federal elections.
Renewal of bill comes two days before scheduled independence referendum in Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish region.
Pyongyang's FM makes remarks in response to US President Donald Trump calling Pyongyang's leader 'rocket man'.
Iran says it has successfully tested a new long-range ballistic missile with a range of 2,000km.
Pentagon says the flight was aimed at demonstrating Washington's military options available to 'defeat any threat'.
Police arrest 70-year-old Kaushlendra Prapannacharya Falahari Maharaja for allegedly sexually assaulting 21-year-old.
As operation to retake town from ISIL begins, debate on who will govern after the armed group's defeat heats up.
US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces claim to have taken a major gas field, which is located in Deir Az Zor.
The Alternative for Germany (AfD) is set to enter Germany's Bundestag on Sunday, but it is not alone on the far right.
The king of Lesotho says he is willing to play a larger political role, if asked to do so.
About 1,400 Rohingya children have crossed the Myanmar border to Bangladesh without their parents, many of them orphans.
We look at the challenges facing the Eurozone's biggest economic player as a new government takes shape.