Canada remains a monarchy, and the Queen is still its official head of state.
Palestinian prisoner representative accuses Israel of hypocrisy, says it gives families social care and legal aid.
The Indian leader is in Israel for a three-day trip, the first time an Indian prime minister has visited the country.
The man is accused of taking part in war crimes in 1944, but his family claims he was not involved.
Omar Khadr launched a civil suit alleging the country was complicit in torture with the U.S.
The messages were printed in a hotel in the Taksim district of Turkey's largest city.
A Cuban state-owned agency wants to reopen a few of the once-popular inns, known as “posadas.”
The T-14 has only been seen in public once when it malfunctioned during a live broadcast of a military parade.
Poland shares a border with Russia, and has concerns over escalating tension between Europe and the vast country to its east.
The Israeli expat living in Oklahoma wanted an amateur actor to pose as a U.S. tourist and poison her taxi driver ex-husband in Tel Aviv.
Barzani had a choice: Would he be remembered as a Nelson Mandela or a Yasser Arafat?
Pyongyang is believed to be "four to five years" away from reaching the U.S. mainland, 5,700 miles away.
Will they spread out across the region, fomenting Islamist revolts?
A string of sexual assault allegations have blighted the country's festival scene in the past few years.
Can he provide the leadership, vision, and strategy expected of the president of the United States?
In the Baltics, on Russia's western border, fear of war is strikingly high.
“The people have nothing here. This is the worst place I’ve ever seen in my life.”
After three years of war, most Ukrainians still believe freedom is worth fighting for.
Crimes include revealing secrets, harassing a mobster's family and disobeying the boss.
The winning entry showed President Trump giving a Nazi salute and wearing a jacket made of dollar bills.
The British government began talks last week to thrash out the terms of the U.K.'s exit.
Transportation Minister Ahmet Arslan says new security measures will lead the U.S. to lift the ban.
Authorities detained seven people, including American Lauryn Elaine.
The Soversheniy—meaning Impeccable—is scheduled to join Russia's Pacific fleet next year.
The president has a series of all-important meetings planned.
Merkel had previously called the U.S. Germany's "most important friend outside Europe," but her party's new manifesto suggests differently.
Hie wife and relatives signed him into the institution where he was later diagnosed with "sexual preference disorder"
The country could now be capable of hitting the U.S. mainland.
The jihadi asked a British spy for a nail bomb he wished to use on a packed crowd in London.
The Kurdish-Arab alliance completely surrounded the eastern Syrian city controlled by ISIS last week.