The passengers, who had been scheduled to fly to Portugal, will now be stuck in Germany until Monday.
“Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame has left us. Death for the Fatherland. France will never forget its heroism, its bravery, its sacrifice."
Mikami Yua, Sakura Moko and Matsuda Miko debuted their first single, "Bibidi Babidi Boo," on Wednesday.
New satellite imagery shows a significant slowdown in activity at North Korea’s Punggye-ri nuclear test site, just as Kim Jong Un reached out to Trump.
The continent was once home to most of the world’s Christians, but today many people between 16 and 29 claim they have no religious affiliation.
South African radical leftist leader told white farmers if they want to leave the country to “leave the keys to their tractors because we want to work the land.”
Experts say John Bolton’s appointment as national security adviser could lead to the next major U.S. war 15 years after he supported the invasion of Iraq.
Iranian hackers are often underrated, but they are probably among the best in the world.
Bolton has said that the two-state solution, for which the international community advocates, is dead.
Sergei Skripal and his daughter are being kept heavily sedated and are still unable to communicate two weeks after they were poisoned.
Lakdim, 26, is described by France as a petty criminal who was radicalized by ISIS.
The ruling represents a rare victory for the LGBT community in a county where it is still illegal to be homosexual.
The law would force women to carry out pregnancies even in the event of serious or fatal fetal anomaly.
A gunman who was under police surveillance for radical views killed three people in separate incidents in southern France.
As the number of ISIS targets diminish and new fronts open, Syrian airspace is becoming smaller and more confusing.
The driver gained "unauthorized" access to the air base before crashing his vehicle which then caught fire.
Hayato Imai, 25, was found to have murdered three elderly residents at Kawasaki Nursing Home, where he worked, in 2014.
AFP reported that the gunman claimed allegiance to ISIS.
The deal included as many as 6,700 missiles as well as parts for Riyadh's U.S.-made tanks and helicopters.
South Korea is trying to fight its workaholic culture.
Marine Corps will send more than 1,500 troops to Australia to train with several nations that claim the same waters China wants to commandeer as its own.
Photos show the shoreline littered with giant pilot whale carcasses.
South Africa's second-largest city is facing its worst drought in close to a century and authorities have pushed a strict water rationing system.
Russia has chosen the names of three advanced weapons recently revealed by Putin, but what do they mean?
The former military helicopter pilot turned parliamentarian, who rose to fame after pro-Russian rebels captured her, may have added coup plotter to her list of titles.
The U.S. military would need to evacuate more than 200,000 U.S. citizens and others in the event of a war breaking out with North Korea.
Russia's so-called Satan missile has been shrouded in propaganda and secrecy, but Putin made it the centerpiece of his last state address.
At least three journalists have accused lawmaker Leonid Slutsky of harassing them, but the parliament threw out the case in one sitting.
While headline-grabbing military technology sounds good, the reality is that the country still lags behind its rivals in almost all fields.
Trump is prepared to follow through on the tough rhetoric he used against China on the campaign trail.