Donald Trump’s cuts to the United Nations refugee aid budget are putting more than 1 million lives at risk and threaten to radicalize a new generation of Palestinians, according to the head of the U.N. Relief and Works Agency.
Officials in the Philippines are up in arms over a U.S. intelligence report that calls Duterte a threat to democracy.
The Israeli leader is mired in corruption allegations, and his situation just became more precarious.
China is concentrating its defenses in the west, where a recent border dispute with India has threatened to spark a new crisis in Asia.
The 21-year-old has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by U.S. politicians.
Sex enhancement drugs are popular in Turkey, and people can buy candy bars made from Ottoman-era aphrodisiacs on Amazon.
Trump later deleted his initial tweet and replaced it with the exact same message but with “Sessions” spelled right.
Europe’s southeastern sea was once dominated by the Soviet Union but now has three NATO allies and two NATO aspiring members on it.
Confusion over whereabouts of schoolchildren following latest attack by Islamic militants in Nigeria.
For breakfast, apparently.
He could end up as kingmaker after the Italian election on March 4.
At least 250 people, many of them children, were killed by Syrian air strikes on the rebel-held region of eastern Ghouta in just two days, leading the U.N. children's agency to say the suffering cannot be described using words. This slideshow shows the horrors faced by families in the besieged region. Warning: This gallery contains graphic images that could be disturbing to some readers.
Luis Eudoro Valencia claimed the cub was just a cat when border officials found it in the back of his car.
Turkey’s justice minister said the government wants to introduce penalties after registering a spike in child sexual abuse cases.
The Japanese athlete graciously dismissed accident as a "reflex."
Insurgents for the group overran three checkpoints in night raids on Tuesday.
Russia, China and Iran distantly trailed North Korea.
“We are ready to begin negotiations immediately in order to achieve the freedom and independence of our people.”
Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps' Quds Force, has left the shadows for the spotlight.
“This seems like a desperate measure to scam people and see if some people will actually give money to the government,” one expert told Newsweek.
There are expected to be no survivors among the 65 passengers and crew aboard the flight that went down in the Zagros Mountains.
After a huge sinkhole swallowed cars on a street in Rome, we look at other craters that have suddenly opened up around the world.
In pictures: The most exciting cars on show at Retromobile 2018, including the ultra-rare Ferrari FXX, a stunning 1938 Bugatti and a pristine Ferrari 250GT Cabriolet.
From the Super Bowl and Taiwan earthquake to snow in Paris and the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony.
U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters and forces supportive of the Russia-backed Syrian government have reached a new agreement against Turkey.
Syrian air force bombardments killed at least 100 people, including 20 children, monitors say.
Much of North Korea’s resources are poured into the development of nuclear weapons and cyber espionage.
North Korea’s ruling family may soon be welcoming a new member, according to sources in Seoul.
“Issues of mutual interest could naturally be on the table during the process of the visit,” South Korean foreign ministry spokesman Noh Kyu-duk said.
“Newborns die because they are poor,” said UNICEF’s executive director.