Police in Canada began investigating after one student in Grande Prairie, Alberta, was seriously injured in an organized fight.
Peter and Autumn Phillips said the decision is the "best course of action for their two children and ongoing friendship."
China announced 108 deaths in the past day, with 103 in the Hubei province, one in Beijing, one in Tianjin and one in the Heilongjiang province.
Time is running out for the last remaining nuclear treaty between the United States and Russia. The deal's death could mean a return to Cold War-style competition and present new kinds of threats.
A dispute between two neighbors escalated to the point where one of them tried to smash down the fence separating their property with a robot vacuum cleaner.
A critic at Mexico City's Zona Maco art fair set a soda can down on a sculpture made of glass and found objects--only for the $19,000 artwork to fall to the ground and shatter.
Ambassador Richard Burt told Newsweek that allowing the treaty to lapse would be like "removing the nuclear guardrails."
The plan comes after the UNHCR called on Greece's government to take action to address overcrowding and poor conditions at refugee camps.
Kylie McDonald noticed the bag on the ground in Ontario, Canada, which contained around $30,000 (U.S. $22,500) inside a number of bank deposit envelopes.
The Swiss people took to the ballots on Sunday to decide whether or not to extend anti-racism rights to the LGBTQ community.
Chinese authorities have called for the reasonable use of protective suits amid a shortage, as cases of the new coronavirus continue to rise inside and outside the country.
The U.S. is becoming increasingly unhappy, according to the latest edition of the annual World Happiness Report.
Western European cities dominate Mercer's annual Quality of Living survey. The top U.S. city comes in at 34th.
Geneva Auto Show 2019: Ridiculously Fast and Incredibly Expensive Supercars and Hypercars, in Pictures
The high-end performance cars on show in Geneva range from the hundreds of thousands of dollars to more than $18 million.
Sgt. Maj. Jakrapanth Thomma gunned down 26 people and injured 57 others in a shooting spree in the city of Nakhon Ratchasima before police shot him dead, authorities said.
Two U.S. and nine Afghan special operations forces soldiers are dead, with more wounded after a suspected green-on-blue attack in the Sherzad district of Nangarhar province, a U.S. official told Newsweek.
American attitudes toward Putin have steadily declined over the last decade or so, according to the Pew Research Center.
Wombats on a beef farm in New South Wales have been reported helping local animals by burrowing into a water hole.
Fans have been sharing messages to congratulate the South Korean boy band's youngest member who has finally turned 19, the legal age in South Korea.
Local U.K. authorities will not be required to fly the British flag, but the ringing of bells at Westminster Abbey will mark the Duke of York's 60th birthday on February 19.
Surveys show that people around the world have less confidence and far more concern about American leadership under the Trump administration.
Iran and North Korea have set out to modernize their aging underwater fleets to include new submarines capable of escaping detection and firing advanced missiles.
Syria blames "terrorist groups" and their alleged foreign backers for recent attacks on oil and gas sites in Homs and Tartus province. The United States maintains control of oil fields in the east.
A string of Olympics qualifying events have already been rescheduled.