LONDON—British authorities detained seven stowaways on an oil tanker just a few miles from the English coast, after crew members called for help and locked…View More U.K. Detains Stowaways Aboard Oil Tanker After Standoff With Crew
SEOUL—Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-hee, who transformed a second-tier electronics parts maker into the world’s biggest manufacturer of smartphones and televisions, died Sunday after lying incapacitated…View More Lee Kun-hee, Samsung’s Chairman, Dies at 78
SEOUL—Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-hee, who transformed a second-tier electronics parts maker into the world’s biggest manufacturer of smartphones and televisions, died Sunday after lying incapacitated…View More Samsung Chairman Lee Kun-hee Dies at 78
WASHINGTON—The Trump administration defended its attempt to ban Americans from using popular Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok over national security concerns, saying in court papers that…View More U.S. Has Authority to Ban TikTok, Government Lawyers Say
To understand the origins of a multibillion-dollar collapse of a corporate empire, consider a pair of Bentleys that were gifts to two brothers at the…View More A Corporate Feud Stings London Stock Market, Global Banks
Sudan on Friday became the latest nation to make peace with Israel, after reaching a deal with the Trump administration ending the African nation’s designation…View More Israel-Sudan Deal: What Does the Pact Mean, and Why Now?
TEL AVIV—Israel and Sudan agreed to normalize ties in a U.S.-brokered deal on Friday, the White House said, ending decades of hostility as one of…View More Israel, Sudan Agree to Normalize Ties in U.S.-Brokered Deal
MEXICO CITY—Following the stunning arrest of Mexico’s former defense minister on drug charges in the U.S., Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is backing away…View More Mexico Army’s Expanding Role Protects Military After Ex-Defense Minister’s Arrest
LAGOS, Nigeria—The first sign that something was wrong at Lekki Toll Gate came when the lights went out. David Emmanuel, Feyishara Temitope and hundreds of other…View More Young Nigerians Came to Protest Police Brutality. Then the Shooting Started.
LONDON—Persian Gulf waters off Iraq have become a new, important waypoint for Iranian oil smugglers looking to avoid U.S. sanctions, according to American officials, who expressed frustration…View More WSJ News Exclusive | Iraq Emerges as New Front for Enforcement of Iran Oil Sanctions