Soldiers may have become infected with liver flukes—parasitic worms that can cause cancer.
The NAACP called the verdict "another trial for police violence; another officer acquittal."
"I think he needs to go and get counseling before someone gets killed."
Iran has sentenced doctor Ahmadreza Djalali to death for his allegedly being a Mossad agent, despite calls for his release from abroad.
Tens of thousands of social media users are calling for the arrest or execution of a man who filmed himself shooting cats with a rifle in Saudi Arabia.
The video had been viewed about 48,000 times before it was removed from Facebook.
A Pakistani major general took to social media to claim the killing of five Indian soldiers in restive Kashmir, but India denied the claim.
A warrant has been issued authorizing the arrest of former Balch Springs police officer Roy Oliver to face a charge of murder for the death of Jordan Edwards.
Protection increased at the Vatican and near churches throughout Italian cities as authorities probe Anis Amri's connections within the country.
Jury was deadlocked in the trial of Ray Tensing, a former University of Cincinnati officer who fatally shot Samuel DuBose.
Investigators began searching the man's property Thursday after finding a woman in a locked container.
Family of mentally ill man has filed a lawsuit alleging Joseph Mann was in distress, and authorities didn't try to de-escalate the situation before killing him.
The shooter, believed to be armed with a rifle, was last seen leaving the Burlington, Washington, mall and walking toward a nearby highway.
Up to 1,700 soldiers were killed in 2014 as they fled Camp Speicher after it was overrun by the Islamic State.
Suspect's kin under investigation on 'suspicion of terrorist association with a view to perpetrating a crime.'
Social media celebrity's brother says he has 'no regrets' in murder of his sister.
The Ukrainian government claims to have uncovered weapons used to kill over 100 pro-European protesters in 2014.
Some argue humans are innately violent and killing is in our DNA. Yet most veterans are troubled by the killing they've done, no matter how justified it was.