In a new decree, the president says his country will not comply "until the U.S. ends it violations of the treaty or until it terminates."
Despite a wealth of evidence to the contrary, both in Europe and the U.S., the Grey Lady continues to hold up austerity as a viable model.
Donald Tusk derides British officials for lacking even a "sketch of a plan" for their country's departure from the European Union.
Critics say the Israeli prime minister is dishonoring the victims of Nazi Germany by seeking the support of Lithuania's Saulius Skvernelis.
Droughts can lead to conflicts that then lead people to apply for asylum elsewhere.
As people in France protest high costs of living, some worry that violence has obscured the movement's message.
Cutting fossil fuel supply can help to limit demand, and a new study focuses on what could be the next big step in climate policy.
A quarter of poll respondents believe Jews have too much influence in wars, business and finance.
Unrestrained global warming and a hotter climate will cost the continent in lives lost and economies squeezed.