McGowan was kidnapped along with a Swede and Dutch national, both of whom have already been released.
But 49 percent of French people do believe that the government is “ready to make unpopular decisions if they are good for the country.”
Nearly a quarter of the women in Cameroon, a Central African nation of 23 million, have had their breasts flattened in some form.
Has the Kremlin’s campaign to harass Putin’s critics on LinkedIn moved beyond the relative safety of the internet and into the streets?
Dmitry Medvedev, constitutionally Russia's second most powerful official, accused Trump of giving power to Congress "in the most humiliating way.”
Juncker described Washington’s latest saga, the swift hiring and firing of Anthony Scaramucci, as "stunning."
Elliott Abrams says the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions is proving ineffective. But it remains a menace.
The U.S. is taking a leadership role to challenge Russian energy dominance over Europe.
The U.S. government slapped sanctions on President Nicolas Maduro in response to the election.
A week before the vote, the murder has brought back fears of election violence in a country fighting Al-Qaeda and receiving billions in U.S. aid.
Tens of thousands of social media users are calling for the arrest or execution of a man who filmed himself shooting cats with a rifle in Saudi Arabia.
The dead body of pregnant Michal Halimi was found in May.
The U.S. travel ban to North Korea will enter into effect on September 1.
Philip met Royal Marines at Buckingham Palace after they took part in tests of strength and endurance to raise funds for charity.
The three sought to attack police or a military target in Britain.
A property owned by Jonathan was burgled recently, but only six TVs were stolen, his spokesman has said.
Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov is a man of many talents, if his state-run media is to be believed.
In a video, children appear to be dressed as militants, re-enacting recent clashes in the contested city.
Duterte's remarks are his strongest yet directed at Kim Jong Un.
Richard Attias, co-founder of the Global Positive Forum, says people think Macron “is a doer and he will be a game changer. And they don’t expect that from [the] United States of America.”
Moscow has poured billions into a bridge set to open next year, but Ukraine is preparing a lawsuit against it.
The Commerce Secretary’s rush to add tariffs ignores the benefits of free trade to ordinary Americans.
The trend is a significant spike as the death toll exceeds the 36 estimated by Reuters to have been killed in Syria over the previous 15 months.
It’s a way for Congress to fire a warning shot without dropping the more explosive device of impeachment.
The armed forces have been purged of officials who do not support the authoritarian Maduro.
Images of a few dozen German volunteers have been entered into the new monitoring system.
The gap may help explain the ongoing clash between President Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel over climate policy.
More than 1,700 civilians have been killed in attacks in Afghanistan this year.
While the moment will bring welcome respite to Philip, it will mean extra work for the younger royals
Israelis can be seen reading Yisrael Hayom, handed out on corners and at every coffee shop, train and bus station.