North Korea has accused the U.S. of plotting to enact "Plan Jupiter," an alleged biochemical weapons attack meant to topple Kim Jong Un.
A new report by the World Health Organization presents a sobering view of hepatitis B and C. Despite being preventable and curable, these potentially fatal diseases continue to rage worldwide.
Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen's campaign has been dominated by anti-Islam and anti-immigration rhetoric.
A tense week of international disputes ends with a possible act of terrorism in Paris.
Pakistan is now harboring Al-Qaeda leaders Ayman al-Zawahiri and Hamza bin Laden, multiple sources say.
After announcing a ban on street food, Bangkok authorities appear to have softened their stance.
Russian bombers were among the planes flying off the coast of Alaska, according to reports.
Polls show the majority of Russians want Lenin buried but will Putin listen?
The plaintiff said he used his cellphone three to four hours a day specifically for work for 15 years.
Feyisa Lilesa has condemned a government crackdown on protesters in Ethiopia, which allegedly caused hundreds of deaths.
Protesters are demanding new elections by the end of the year.
Russia and China have denied media reports indicating that the nations deployed additional military forces to North Korea's borders as tensions mount with the U.S.
Heads Together, the royals' mental health awareness campaign, will be well represented at the London Marathon.
Fewer than a dozen police officers are killed in the line of duty in a typical year in France, a much lower figure than in the U.S.
The decision by Russia's Supreme Court placed Jehovah's Witnesses alongside terrorist groups like ISIS.
The families of the MH370 victims have long pushed for the search for the missing plane to be extended, but whether Friday's news will change anything for them remains unclear.
The 39-year-old had been flagged by police for extremist sympathies.
Colbert welcomed "orphan O'Reilly viewers" to tune into his show instead.
Driving a tank to Red Square just got less confusing—for now.
The U.S. military in Africa is ending its formal mission searching for the Ugandan warlord.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s crackdown on NGOs has drawn criticism from human rights groups.
The group was released to Iraqi authorities after they were abducted by a militia during a falcon hunt in 2015.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei opposed the former president’s bid.
Aya Hijazi and her husband have been flown home following quiet negotiations by the Trump administration.
Macron may be hoping his chat with Obama will boost his credibility ahead of a tight vote.
The organization is seen as a counterweight to Western alliances, cooperating on political and economic affairs.
The contest’s first round has become a tight four-horse race, and trusting the polls is a risky business.
The artist said that the painting depicts Zuma’s “molesting” of South Africa.
The alternative to the Pax Americana is massive political instability and human suffering.
Human rights groups allege that army investigators are searching mobile phones for dating apps.