The US president's press secretary says she was refused service because she works for Donald Trump.
Fifa opens disciplinary proceedings against Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri for their goal celebrations during Switzerland's win over Serbia.
Former diplomat Carlo Alberto Capello, who was recalled from the US, is given five years in jail.
Women in Saudi Arabia are celebrating a historic moment, as the country's government ends the ban on female drivers.
A discarded napkin has helped catch a man who allegedly raped and murdered a 12-year-old girl 32 years ago.
On the second anniversary of the Brexit referendum, tens of thousands of Britons opposed to the country's withdrawal from the European Union protested in the streets of London.
Up to a million people have turned out for one of the last opposition campaign rallies ahead of Sunday's elections in Turkey.
Gang members hid cocaine inside replica World Cup trophies in an attempt to smuggle the drugs around Argentina.
Buried in a recent presidential decree is a requirement that working expatriates undergo formal language training. The foreign business community is alarmed.
Voters will head to the polls on Sunday in races that may not be the walkover for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that some had expected.
Two men have been banned from attending football matches following offences at the Russia World Cup.
In the first trial of its kind, Msgr. Carlo Alberto Capella, who was recalled from his post in Washington in September, admitted possessing and distributing illicit images.
More than six decades after the end of the Korean War, The Pentagon began moving wooden coffins to the border with North Korea to prepare for the return of American war dead.
With a series of sweeping gestures, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has signaled a more liberal approach. Now, young Ethiopians are watching closely.
The explosion at a political rally in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, on Saturday, came one month ahead of presidential elections.
Khalid al-Falih, the Saudi energy minister, said that the producers had heard complaints about high prices and had pumping capacity to spare.
Malta says it will not be dictated to after Italy called on it to accept migrant rescue ship Lifeline.
Zimbabwe's president has escaped injury after an explosion at a stadium where he was addressing a rally, in what state media are describing as an assassination attempt.
Thanks to Paulina Chavira, an editor at The New York Times en Español, the Mexican national team’s jerseys are finally correct.
The military said fighter jets had destroyed three houses just across the border, killing high-profile targets such as the group’s so-called deputy war minister.
A tepid performance in the soccer tournament has disappointed Egyptian fans. But they still love Mohamed Salah.
President Mnangagwa was addressing supporters at a campaign rally and has been safely evacuated.
Two people have been critically injured after a gas explosion at a house in Ohio.
Those killed include IS head Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's personal courier, Iraq's military says.
Around 30 train cars came off the tracks, which are thought to have been weakened by recent flooding.
Spanish authorities have rescued 569 migrants whose boats were crossing the Mediterranean.
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