At least 10 people were injured in the blaze at the Grande-Synthe migrant camp near Dunkirk.
North Korea called U.S. redeployment of warships to the Korean Peninsula a "reckless move."
Millions of Russians believe they are already at war with the US.
There have been attacks on butchers selling lamb and kebab restaurants, and a Kentucky Fried Chicken shop was forced to close.
The Canadian Medical Association suggested that only adults 21 and older should be allowed to purchase and consume marijuana products legally.
Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) is thought by observers to be the main faction responsible for the decades-old insurgency in the Muslim-majority southern provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat.
At 19, Malala Yousafzai is the youngest Messenger of Peace for the United Nations. She was also the youngest person to win the Nobel peace prize in 2014 when she was 17.
Aceh is the only province in Muslim-majority Indonesia that criminalizes same-sex relations and that uses sharia as its legal code in addition to the national criminal code.
Tomás Yarrington allegedly used the money to buy property in the United States.
The 1st Front is one of six dissident FARC groups who oppose the peace deal with the government.
ISIS claimed responsibility for a rocket fired from the Sinai on Monday.
The Russian president's propaganda machine labels all dissidents as extremists, the state consolidates power in the name of security—and terrorism continues.
The former politician's support for a vegetarian campaign has infuriated the Italian meat industry.
According to reports, roughly one woman was killed every 30 hours in Argentina last year.
Sadr, who has a huge following in Baghdad, is the first Shiite leader to call for Assad to give up power in Damascus.
China is offering rewards of up to 500,000 yuan ($72,000) to citizens who help catch foreign intelligence agents.
The arrest of suspected Russian hacker Pyotr Levashov may be related to U.S. election meddling, reports say.
The president has not yet articulated his policy toward Assad, the counter-ISIS campaign or Russia.
Residents of the town reported that militias aligned with the government “went from house to house” looking for people from the Lou and Fertit ethnic groups.
The navy has scheduled a series of tests for the cruise missile armed Krasnodar submarine.
A Vatican official said Egypt has promised to do all it can to protect the leader of the Catholic world.
Filming for the series has been shrouded in secrecy, and Guzmán has launched legal appeals in Mexico against the producers.
Maverick presidential candidate tackles the 'powers of money' in side-scrolling beat-em-up.
Swedish authorities had denied the Uzbek national residency and told him in December that he had four weeks to leave Sweden.
Putin’s penchant for military aggression abroad to shore up his popularity at home may need a rethink.
After Boris Johnson canceled his visit to Moscow, Russia criticized the U.K. for "remaining in the shadows of its partners."
McMaster said the missile strike against Syria was to meant to send a "strong political message to Assad," saying the White House was “prepared to do more."
The militant group launched a suicide vehicle attack on the southern Syrian base on Saturday.
The president announced a three-month state of emergency after two bomb blasts on Coptic churches killed 49.
Somalia’s president said that the country is in a “state of war” against the Al-Qaeda affiliate, which carried out deadly attacks on Sunday and Monday.