The actions of the leader of Australia's One Nation party were met with a stinging rebuke in the Senate chamber.
Do initiatives to stop migration actually deter people from leaving home, or do they unintentionally help repressive governments like Eritrea, Libya and Sudan?
Amad al-Faqi al-Mahdi was jailed for nine years in 2016 after pleading guilty to war crimes.
Krasimir Karakachanov, Bulgaria's defense minister, wants to use military means to protect the EU's external borders.
Indonesian police on Tuesday (Aug 15) arrested five suspected militants near the capital Jakarta.
Zimbabwe’s first lady is trying to dodge allegations of assault, but many are adamant she should be charged.
South Korea's President Moon Jae-In said the North was inching "closer to the threshold of the red line."
Israeli intervention in Syria is focused on containing arch foe and Iran proxy Hezbollah.
Girls' education activist will study the same course as top British politicians and a former prime minister of her homeland.
Spencer described himself as a White Zionist who wants a secure homeland for Israel.
The unification of North with South is not going to happen anyway, due to economic costs and political constraints.
A major who asked, “How can I know an order to launch nuclear missiles came from a sane president?” was fired.
Despite the drop, attacks by ISIS and an al-Qaeda affiliate have risen in first six months of the year.
Don’t let the man get you down, Aboo.
In a posting on the site, founder Andrew Anglin also said the site was taking refuge on the dark net.
Most countries are more confident in Russian President Vladimir Putin's leadership than President Donald Trump's, including key U.S. allies.
Saudi Arabia and allies Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates have accused Qatar of funding terrorist groups abroad.
The Boeing 777 is thought to have crashed on March 8, 2014, with 239 people on board.
In a new book, Prudence Bushnell, the U.S. envoy to Kenya in 1998, recounts her constant warnings that the embassy was vulnerable.
Zimbabwe’s first lady is accused of assault and has failed to show up in court in South Africa, where her husband is now going for a conference.
The only difference now is that white supremacists believe they have an ally in the White House.
President Donald Trump's "both sides" comments about violence in Charlottesville have been condemned at home and abroad.
The drills went southwest of the Korean Peninsula following North Korea’s threats toward Guam last week.
The ship is part of a new class of giant aircraft carriers.
The so-called “green rush” has gained momentum since February, when the Israeli government threw its weight behind legislation allowing the export of medical marijuana.
The bell's sound is iconic.
North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un examined plans targeting the U.S. territory but said he was not going to give the order to strike any time soon.
Australian authorities rejected Trump's bid as "dangerous."
A group of women in southern Russia were detained at a local police station and questioned about alleged “extremism.”
With ISIS near defeat, is Trump handing over eastern Syria to Iran and Assad?