The Tokyo public transport system’s culture of punctuality aims for a perfect record of timetable adherence—not one second more or less.
The head of the armed forces said there was a “complete consensus” between Israel and Saudi Arabia in tackling their mutual foe, Iran.
The U.S. currently has around 62,000 troops in Europe.
The F-35B is a short-takeoff, vertical-landing aircraft.
A severe storm slammed Greece, causing severe flooding.
Convicted terrorists can go to jail but those that recruited them deserve harsher sentences and "could be shot," Chechnya's leader said.
It’s official: Plastic is utterly inescapable.
Judges have banned 118 members of the country's main opposition party and charged its leader with treason.
Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola’s president, is worth an estimated $3.5 billion.
“We need to take on a responsibility to make sure that our tool is being used in positive and healthy ways,” Twitter boss Jack Dorsey said.
Will the Kremlin listen to voices against the Olympic movement or is will Russian athletes step out on the South Korea's slopes without sanctions?
The second-in-line to the British throne has outlined a nine-point plan.
Doctor Lee Guk-jong said he had never seen such parasites in his 20-year career.
Liberal politician says Islamic bakers should be allowed to refuse service to Jewish ceremonies.
Julian Fantino took a tough line on marijuana when serving as Toronto’s police chief.
The Emiratis have a mind-boggling plan for an interplanetary police mission.
One of Central America’s most stable countries and home to breathtaking tourist destinations and the world’s happiest people, Costa Rica is now having an increasing role in the global drug trade.
It took substantial work for the painting to reach its current value.
Mugabe’s rule looks set to end after a military takeover of the capital Harare.
More than 1,900 homicides have been registered in Guerrero state this year.
Morales described sanctions the U.S. imposed on Venezuela as “new threats.”
Afghanistan is the world's top cultivator of opium.
North Korea said total "denuclearization is the aspiration and desire of humankind," but it needed nuclear weapons as long as it was threatened by the U.S.
Many Christians weren't happy with a bakery's Christmas promotional image.
People can now apply for citizenship in the Kingdom of Dixit.
Saad Hariri inherited the leadership of the mostly Sunni Muslim Future Movement and Lebanon's sectarian politics after his father's assassination in 2005.
China's visit to North Korea might get Trump something he wants.
Self-regulation can address the concerns of lawmakers more effectively than government action.
It’s not just because the sun is so far away.
A military takeover seems to herald the last days of Africa’s oldest ruler, whose tenor has seen Zimbabwe fall into economic despair.