Dramatic footage shows a woman emerging from the ashes of Guatemala’s Volcán de Fuego and saying that while she managed to escape, her entire family was likely wiped out by a rogue lava flow.
1,763 people drowned attempting to immigrate to Europe through the Mediterranean in 2017.
South Korea is working to ensure that peace negotiations with its neighbor continue.
The men reportedly failed their alcohol blood tests, asked for a 30-minute break, then returned with an even higher concentration of booze in their systems.
Court heard how a teenager's mother and sister "tried to pick up where she left off" after she was arrested for planning grenade attack at British Museum.
The island Sentosa was named for the Malay word for "peace" and "tranquility."
Women will legally be able to drive in the kingdom starting June 24.
Iran plans to stay in Syria indefinitely regardless of mounting international pressure to leave.
America is leading a drill with 18 other nations in Europe's northeast.
The trove of 100,000 files was snatched from a Tehran warehouse in January.
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Jordan’s King Abdullah asked Hani Mulki to resign.
The vice president urged a "full public accounting."
And the crowd cheered.
Kim Jong Un complimented Russia but scowled for the cameras in a historic summit with Moscow's top diplomats. On Russian television, his expression mysteriously changed.
Richard Grenell broke with diplomatic norms to say he wants to "empower" conservatives across Europe.
Around 2,000 members of the Afghan Ulema Council were meeting in Kabul when a lone bomber struck.
Since September, at least 110 electoral candidates have been killed in the country.
The change of guard brings a younger generation of military officials to the forefront.
The most violent eruption of the volcano in decades has left dozens killed and hundreds injured.
At least 25 people have been killed after volcanic ash buried homes and lava swept through villages.
"There are injured, burned and dead people."
The two countries were rivals during the Cold War but a lot has changed since then, including what it takes to fight a war.
"Being a medic is not only a job for a man, it’s for women, too.”
President Trump’s lawyers expressed concern that he could be exposed to accusations by investigators of lying, or committing a crime, or an impeachable offense.
“Britain will never be intimidated when it comes to protecting our country, our people, and our national interests,” Britain's defense commander said.
“North Korea can build nukes and ICBMs, but claim they are too poor to pay for foreign travel costs,” a Korea expert said.
Ukraine last week faked the murder of a Russian journalist to thwart what it said was a plot on his life
Trump is only one percentage point more popular than Kim Jong Un in South Korea, according to a new poll.
The letter led to Trump confirming the summit with Kim was back on, but why was the envelope containing it so large?