State officials may be liable for abetting serious breaches of the laws of war.
Corruption charges, a broadcasting dispute and a tricky Trump.
Donald Trump and his team need to understand that and the reasons why.
Park, 65, became South Korea's first democratically elected president to be removed from office when the Constitutional Court upheld her December impeachment by parliament.
The decisions to skip the NATO meeting and to visit Moscow risked feeding a perception that Trump may be putting U.S. dealings with big powers before those of smaller nations.
The debate, and the two others that will follow ahead of the April 23 first round, are seen as key in an election in which nearly 40 percent of voters say they are not sure who to back.
While the long-standing option of pre-emptive military strikes against North Korea is not off the table, the new administration is giving priority for now to less-risky options.
The message seemed aimed at China, which claims almost all the South China Sea and which has fueled concern in Japan and the West with its growing military presence in the waterway.
The TSA’s emergency amendment applies to devices larger than cell phones and smartphones.
The Islamic State group threatened India's iconic Taj Mahal as bombings and sabotage rocked the surrounding tourist city of Agra.
Putting differences aside, Japan and Russia said they would work to stop North Korea's provocations.
Aflatoxin, a fungal poison present in many staple food crops, is a global health threat. Scientists have now created a strain of corn that prevents production of the toxin. But resistance to GMO crops could thwart its use.
The Air Force's intercontinental ballistic missile force will reduce its nuclear missiles from 450 to 400, the first reduction in a decade, by April.
Al-Qaeda tells Muslims to kill Americans with God's blessing after accusing the U.S. of a deadly mosque strike in Syrian rebel territory.
Moscow’s envoy to NATO, Alexander Grushko, has warned that any increased military activity near its borders could spark a new arms race.
If you live in a Nordic country, you are probably reading this with a smile.
The department wants 25 percent of the police force to be made up of robots by 2030.
Moscow has drafted members of three different airborne divisions to the region for the first time.
Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron will go into Monday’s first French presidential debate as clear frontrunners.
Saudi Arabia's energy minister and Aramco chief Khalid al-Falih said Riyadh was "not happy" with the bill and wanted President Donald Trump to repeal it.
Shekau said the militants will establish Sharia law in Nigeria, Benin, Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Mali.
Charges against him include attempt to murder and incitement to violence.
Moscow’s envoy to NATO has renewed criticism of a plan to shore up Eastern European defenses.
Egypt's ballooning birth rate and severe food and water shortage could threaten its national security.
Pope Francis met with Rwandan President Paul Kagame at the Vatican on Monday.
North Korea's state media released a composite video vowing a "hail of fire" against the U.S. and South Korea's massive, ongoing military drills in the area.
Rebels are deliberately preventing aid from reaching starving children.
The tree fell during a storm at the Kintampo waterfall on Sunday.
Hungary is attempting to purge itself of totalitarian symbols related to the 40 years of communist rule.
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei criticized Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's economic policies, calling for greater self-sufficiency for the country.