India's prime minister said Sunday that his country will ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change early next month.
Jordanian writer Nahed Hattar was fatally shot Sunday outside the court in Amman where he was due to stand trial, accused to contempt of religion after sharing on social media a cartoon caricature that was seen as insulting Islam.
Police in Washington state have arrested a 20-year-old man following a shooting at a department store on Friday that left five people dead.
Tamma Joyce, 19, lost contact with her parents when she escaped South Sudan. Thousands continue to flee the troubled country as conflict rages on despite a ceasefire declared in July.
It's not what you say; it's how you say it. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump would be well advised to remember that adage when taking the stage at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., Monday night for the first U.S. presidential debate. We break down what their gestures tell us about the two candidates.
Hungary's disaster management agency says that two people have been injured in an explosion at a ground-floor shop in downtown Budapest and have been taken to a hospital.
Syria's top diplomat told the world's nations Saturday that his country's belief in military victory is greater now, because the army "is making great strides in its war against terrorism" with support from Russia, Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah fighters.
Charlotte, N.C., police have released body and dashboard camera footage of the shooting of a black man after several days of demonstrations that have coalesced around demands that the public see the videos. The footage did not show whether Keith Lamont Scott was holding a gun.
London police say they are investigating the reported hacking of the iCloud account of Pippa Middleton, younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, and the alleged theft of 3,000 photographs.
From Lloyd Bentson's "You're no Jack Kennedy" to Gerald Ford's misreading of Cold War geopolitics, quips and missteps from U.S. election debates have been going viral long before the age of social media. In the lead-up to the first U.S. presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, we look at five memorable moments from debates past.
Veteran socialist Jeremy Corbyn, who faced a no-confidence vote from his MPs earlier this year, was re-elected head of Britain's Labour Party on Saturday.
Syrian government forces captured a rebel-held area on the edge of Aleppo on Saturday, and nearly two million people were without running water following an escalation in fighting over the past few days.
Manhunt underway for Cascade Mall shooter who killed 5
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Aleppo strikes leave children trapped beneath rubble
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Building peace in Colombia may be more challenging than 50 years of war
It was a week-long farewell to arms by Colombian guerrillas, a kind of Marxist-Leninist jamboree that included emotional speeches, music concerts and plenty of beer. Now comes the hard part. The event, which ended Friday in the savannas of southern ...
Peace deal puts Colombia at heart of Year of Mercy
Colombia to sign historic peace ...
Wounds heal slowly in Colombian town engulfed by rebels
On Washington's National Mall, the dark bronze edifice stands in stark contrast with its white-marble neighbours. Appropriately so, given the distinct story that the new National Museum of African American History and Culture seeks to tell about what it means to be American.
Pippa Middleton iCloud hack claims investigated by police
Police are investigating claims an iCloud account reportedly belonging to the Duchess of Cambridge's sister Pippa Middleton has been hacked and private photographs stolen. The Sun reported that it was offered the images, which it said included shots of ...
Images of Kate, George and Charlotte 'stolen' from Pippa Middleton by hackers
Cops hunt cyber thief 'Crafty Cockney' who attempted to flog 'intimate' pics of Pippa Middleton including NUDE snaps ...
24 passengers killed in Pakistan after bus plunges into river, police say
MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan - Pakistani police say a speeding bus has plunged into a fast-flowing river in Pakistan's part of Kashmir, killing at least 24 passengers. Local police official Aslam Khan said the bus fell into the Neelum river Friday night and ...
24 feared killed after bus plunges into river in Pakistan
Dozens feared dead after bus plunges into river in Pakistan
Muzaffarabad bus accident: 23 dead in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir after vehicle plunges into river
New law may complicate release of Charlotte police video
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Protesters who have filled the streets to push for the release of video of a fatal police shooting could see their task get much harder if Charlotte authorities do not share the footage within a week. A North Carolina law that takes ...
Charlotte has 4th night of protests after police shooting
Fourth night of Charlotte protests is largely peaceful
Charlotte has 4th night of protest over police shooting
Ted Cruz's flip-flop on supporting Donald Trump alienated his conservative supporters - National Post
Ted Cruz's flip-flop on supporting Donald Trump alienated his conservative supporters
AUSTIN – Mike Lee wasn't going to let Ted Cruz down. The Utah senator was the first of Cruz's 53 Republican colleagues to endorse him. In June, at the end of a book tour waylaid by questions about Donald Trump, Lee spoke with unusual passion about why ...
Cruz finally throws support behind Trump's campaign
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Ted Cruz to vote for Trump, whom he once called 'utterly amoral'