Affected flavors include "french salad" and "pizza" and won't be back until crops are reestablished.
The group’s use of children has increased by 200 percent.
The U.S. redeployed the Carl Vinson aircraft carrier to the Korean Peninsula Monday, to an angry response from North Korea.
Analysts say the student protests could be infiltrated by violent Boko Haram militants if the government doesn't address grievances soon.
The former Iranian leader is running for president again—but can he shake his reputation for the outrageous?
Anti-government protests demanding new elections in Venezuela have run into a second week.
Prosecutors say two Islamist suspects are being investigated in relation to Tuesday's attack on Borussia Dortmund players.
The militant leader was killed after he traveled to a tourist hot spot on a hostage-taking expedition.
Authorities said explosives in a tunnel causes the blast in the city of Diyarbakir, killing a police officer and two civilians.
So far, the country’s response to the frozen conflict has been clumsy, draconian and self-defeating—but building homes and schools could be the strategy Kiev needs.
The Kremlin has sought to present China as a close friend, particularly since 2014.
The image shows President Zuma and the Gupta family abusing a woman who represents the country.
Though the U.S. secretary of state is visiting Russia, relations have become strained over Moscow and Washington's actions in Syria.
Taiwan has doubled the maximum prison term for animal cruelty to two years.
The drug market relies on cash sales and violence because drugs are illegal. Just like alcohol under Prohibition.
Fears of foreign intervention in Western politics have heightened since the U.S. presidential elections in November.
Moscow called tough U.S. talk and action on the Syrian regime “flexing muscles” and “baring teeth.”
Pyongyang responded aggressively to the redirection of U.S. warships towards the Peninsula Tuesday
If you have long hair and work for Nigeria’s road safety corps, you might not be safe for long.
The Sinai branch of the militant group has embarked upon a campaign to stoke sectarian violence in Egypt.
The Trump administration is downgrading human rights issues, from Egypt to Yemen to Bahrain and beyond.
Mission creep would bog down the U.S. for years and could end with us fighting Assad, Hezbollah, Iran and Russia.
Was it to stop ISIS? To keep America safe? To stop Assad using WMD? Or because Ivanka told him to?
The U.S. is the stuck-up girl before the prom who rejects all offers only to find herself without a date on the big night.
Every missile system Russia deploys is capable of defeating America’s missile defense systems.
The Washington Post reported the bureau obtained a warrant targeting Carter Page's communications after convincing a judge there was probable cause to believe he was acting as an agent of Russia.
The U.S. has said it will not attend Moscow-led peace talks scheduled for Friday.
Putin claims to have evidence that the rebels are planning chemical attacks that will be pinned on the Syrian regime.
En route to a game, a bus carrying Borussia Dortmund was rocked by at least three explosions.
President Donald Trump has sent a Naval strike group toward the Korean Peninsula as the threat of a North Korean nuclear test looms.