The launch comes just days after tougher sanctions were imposed on the isolated nation.
The storm's aftermath is casting the outlook for Cuba's economy in a gloomy light.
With forces led by Russia and the U.S. less than 10 miles from one another, the U.S. is stepping back to let the Syrian army take Deir Ezzor from ISIS.
Spots became pedestrian crossings and signs designating areas as "parking for embassy cars only" vanished.
A new poll from the Pew Research Center found that 65 percent of Mexicans don’t have a favorable view of the U.S. —the highest than any time in the last 15 years.
The predictions for the future of coffee plants are grim.
The Sokil drone system is a success, Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council announced, saying the next step is deploying the kit to the battlefield.
As global demand increases near the end of avocado season, prices for the trendy fruit have reached a new high. At this point, we’re eating about 1.65 billion pounds of avocados a year, according to the Hass Avocado Board.
Elta North America, an Israeli-owned defense manufacturer, has been named as a contender to build the wall.
Five ways China’s approach to Kim Jong Un is fast developing.
For the first time since the ISIS campaign began, the U.S. coalition conducted more than 5,000 strikes in a month.
Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary already have strong eurosceptic movements.
Iraq has separated female foreign fighters and detained them at a facility near Mosul.
Since his shotgun call up to the role of prime minister at age 46, Putin has headlined Russian politics for more days than all Soviet leaders but Stalin.
A ruling by the nation's constitutional court that found the sport a part of Spain's national heritage is at odds with an opposition movement that has been growing for years.
China's new military base is just a few miles from the only permanent U.S. outpost in Africa.
The jihadist group is cranking up its official output as its ranks and morale drop.
Father Uzhunnalil was kidnapped from a home for the aged and disabled in the Yemeni city of Aden.
Over 100,000 people have been evacuated but so far every warning has turned out to be a hoax.
French producers of a particular legume have been swift to exploit the brand value associated with his name.
Pyongyang called for a nuclear bomb to sink and destroy Japan.
Busloads of jihadis had been stranded in the Syrian desert.
After Trump bought Doonbeg resort, his team proposed a roughly 2-mile, 15-foot-tall rock wall to protect the resort from erosion and storms.
Police say that the school is reviewing its security measures.
Along with the rest of the U.N. Security Council, Russia voted Monday on a U.S.-drafted resolution imposing new sanctions on North Korea.
Lawmaker prompted outrage from deeply religious rabbis for celebrating his nephew's marriage.
The U.S. unit is the second brigade of its kind in Europe and arrives days before a large Russian war game with Belarus, bordering both Poland and the Baltics.
The far-right Daily Stormer declares itself to be Yair Netanyahu's number one fan.
Earlier this month, Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven described the planned Nazi activity as ‘frightening.’
Angela Merkel's allies have decided the former president's endorsement is an asset.