Officials say 28 were injured, including three U.S. soldiers, in an attack during heavy rush hour traffic
Regional powerhouse Brazil slammed Maduro's move to appoint a constituent assembly as "a coup."
A company that discriminates sacrifices getting the best person for the job in favor of pointless prejudice.
He must explain how he can overcome Hamas’s spoiler role and yet produce a deal that will last.
The election cycle makes it impossible for leaders to take tough decisions on the future of Europe.
She is an anti-Semite in cahoots with Putin and her campaign is funded by Russian interests.
Citing satellite imagery, a new report suggests North Korea may have a second site from which to conduct tests of submarine-launched ballistic missiles.
This adds a whole other level to the question, "which came first: the chicken or the egg?"
Germany's chancellor asked the Russian president Tuesday to investigate reports of gay men murdered in Chechnya.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were caught on camera in 2012 while on vacation in southern France. Now they want damages.
The leaked information concerning the militant group’s charter doesn't change its commitment to wage jihad on Israel.
Israel has said Hamas is attempting to fool the world with the so-called softer stance.
Observers and U.S.-backed forces confirmed the majority of the casualties were civilians.
He is Nigeria’s second-highest Islamic authority and he denies misusing state funds on Rolls Royces and mobile phone bills.
Marine Le Pen is both more visible and more liked among Russians than presidential-election rival Emmanuel Macron.
After Nigeria's information minister sparked controversy with his comments on the dish, the vice president made clear who he thinks makes the best jollof rice.
The fighter’s mother is Nigerian and he reportedly tried to join the country’s 2008 Olympic team.
Criminal gangs in the oil-rich southern marshlands have attacked pipelines and oil terminals and kidnapped ship crews for ransom.
"Our strike will be merciless punishment that never allows the existence of the U.S.," reads an opinion piece in North Korean state media.
The rest of the 4,000-strong contingent is expected in the country later this year.
The most populous communist state coming together with the largest Christian church would unite 2.6 billion people—a potentially seismic alliance.
Russia's Catholic Church has joined the chorus of groups condemning the country's ban on Jehovah's Witnesses.
According to residency documents Mbah Gotho was born in December 1870.
What was that old adage about keeping your enemies close?
The Russian president will also be meeting Merkel and Erdogan in Sochi ahead of the G20 summit.
Writing about the incident on Facebook, the girl’s coach said his student felt “harassed and humiliated.”
The intervention highlights a crucial distinction between the French presidential election and last November’s vote in the U.S.
Yoweri Museveni believes he will go down in history for the right reasons.
The notion the UK would be allowed to cherry-pick from the EU’s rules was always pie in the sky.
Seoul now has an “early capability” to defend against North Korea's nuclear missile threat.