At least 25 mortar shells were fired at southern Israeli communities but with no reported injuries.
FC Energie Cottbus said the fans' behavior was "inhumane, repugnant and in no way tolerable."
The Humane Society International has condemned the "cruelty of Japan's whale hunt.”
"This of course in no way creates security and stability on the continent,” a Kremlin spokesman said of Poland's offer to pay for a permanent U.S. presence.
Obama visited U.S. troops in Baghdad three months after his inauguration.
"We believe that these events raise several potential constitutional and ethical violations," the letter from Democratic lawmakers stated.
The Malian migrant was to be given French citizenship and was offered job as a firefighter following his act of bravery.
Donald Trump confirms talks are still ongoing for potentially historic meeting with Kim Jong Un.
Iván Duque has emerged victorious and will face off against Gustavo Petro in a second round. What is really at stake for the South American country?
The Queensland woman, who was not named, reportedly screamed for the majority of the roughly two-hour flight.
Will they, won't they? The meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is "moving along very nicely."
Ireland's abortion laws were some of the strictest in the world. A huge majority just voted to change that.
“I have always strictly abided by and abide by the constitution of the Russian Federation.”
The married couple were arrested in 2016 over allegations that they illegally stockpiled weapons.
Trump cancelled a proposed meeting with Kim, but then suggested he would still be prepared for the summit to take place.
The exit polls unanimously predicted a landslide win for the Repeal the Eighth campaign, paving the way to legalize abortions by demand up to 12 weeks into pregnancy.
Irish voters supported repealing some of the most restrictive abortion laws in the European Union about 68 to 32, according to exit polls.
Kim Jong Un "has created sort of a cushion for failure, that if the U.S. backs away, the Chinese and Russians will be behind him," 38 North's Joel Wit said.
GOP Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee visited Nicolás Maduro amid diplomatic tensions between Caracas and Washington.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that without "trust," Moscow and Washington may resort to "force," and "this might lead to tragedy."
An Iranian Revolutionary Guards official said his forces were in Iraq and Syria legally, and "if anyone should leave the region, it would be the meddlesome U.S."
Police described the two men as "clearly inexperienced."
Syria, Lebanon and a pro-opposition monitor reported new Israeli strikes on a military position in the central Homs province.
Kensington Palace released Meghan Markle's coat of arms Friday—and it incorporates her upbringing in California.
The Netherlands and Australia on May 25 accused Moscow of being behind the 2014 downing of the plane that killed 298 people.
“The wasps just attacked her at once in big numbers,” said local police.
“We are all so touched, and proud to be Irish," one of the founders of the crowdfunding group Abroad for Yes told Newsweek.
Taiwan jets shadowed the Chinese bombers just hours after Burkina Faso cut diplomatic ties with the self-governed island.
The plane was taxiing and waiting to take off at London Stansted Airport.
The app was already approved, but Apple got cold feet.