U.S. funding for international peacekeeping would fall to about $1.5 billion.
Two election dates failed to appease anger against President Nicolas Maduro and an economy in tailspin.
Berlin's police force said it detained nine men on Wednesday on suspicion of drug dealing, four of them from what it called the "violent Islamist" scene.
One of a group of boats listed suddenly, sending about 200 people tumbling into the Mediterranean.
Iraq's interior minister on Wednesday ordered an investigation into allegations that members of the security forces had tortured, killed and abused civilians.
U.S. government filed a civil lawsuit accusing automakers of illegally using software to bypass emission controls in 104,000 diesel vehicles sold since 2014. Laura Frykberg reports.
Armed men kidnapped two Chinese language teachers in the Pakistani city of Quetta.
Invest in Sharjah showcased the benefits and incentives of investing in the UAE
An Australian man held captive for seven months has been freed by his kidnappers in Yemen.
Kuwait's Agility would be able to bid again for new United States government work after settling a criminal case.