World leaders

The pontiff urged world leaders to “promote cooperation and not competition, and to search for a solution for all.”
The pontiff urged world leaders to “promote cooperation and not competition, and to search for a solution for all.”
Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) mocked Democrats on Facebook for coronavirus guidelines just hours before he was diagnosed with COVID-19 himself.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on every country to declare a “climate emergency.”
Trump, who has tweeted lies and conspiracy theories all week, faces the same Twitter disciplinary measures as everyone else once he leaves office.
"The Daily Show" anthology recounted the president's blunders with world leaders abroad.
Ford, a storied environmental activist, condemned politicians who attempted to make climate change a "divisive" issue to protect their own economic interests.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tested positive earlier this year.
“The pandemic is a clear test of international cooperation – a test we have essentially failed," U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said last week.
Other Ig Nobel winners include world leaders who think they’re smarter than doctors and scientists, and a team of researchers who looked at why chewing sounds drive some people crazy.
"I get along very well with [Turkish President] Erdogan, even though you’re not supposed to," Trump said.
It is “abundantly clear that rapid climate change is continuing and the world is far from on track," said one climate scientist.
Cardiologist Dr. Jonathan Reiner urged President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to not attend briefings together in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
World leaders among others are finding ways to say hi without touching to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Dignitaries from the U.S., Russia, France, and other nations are attending a forum this week at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial.
"His slogan is ‘Make America Great Again.’ You tell me what’s great about that."
The "Daily Show" host felt that Justin Trudeau, Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson, Mark Rutte and Princess Anne were acting like "Mean Girls."
A squad of world leaders was caught on a hot-mic video mocking the president at the NATO meeting in London this week.
Justin Trudeau, Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson, Mark Rutte and Princess Anne appear in the clip that's been seen millions of times.
"You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words," the 16-year-old told the United Nations gathering.