A video of the incident shows a man hitting the pair with his belt and shouting anti-Semitic abuse.
The head of the organization investigating the reported chemical attack in Douma, Syria, said it was unclear when investigators would visit the site.
Less than a year into France’s new presidency, anti-Macron sentiment is emerging as a potent force.
Officers responded to a call after a vehicle crashed into a home. Seconds later, the house exploded.
The former US first lady, mother of a president and literacy campaigner has died at the age of 92.
The resignation of the environmentalist, Kaveh Madani, was a blow to President Hassan Rouhani, who has encouraged Iranian experts abroad to come home.
Howard Schultz said Philadelphia Starbucks incident was "reprehensible" and "not who Starbucks is.
The authorities searched the Stuttgart offices of the sports car maker, one of Volkswagen’s most profitable units, and said a Porsche board member was a suspect in an emissions-cheating scandal.
The United Kingdom has accused Russia of having "multiple narratives" and "no credibility" at an emergency meeting of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to discuss the Salisbury poisoning.
Attempts by the country’s internet watchdog to impose a ban on the popular messaging app were opposed by, among others, Edward J. Snowden and a member of Pussy Riot.
The suspected mastermind of a Bitcoin heist has escaped prison and fled to Sweden on a plane reportedly carrying Iceland's prime minister.
Former FBI director James Comey shares what it's like to be attacked by President Trump on Twitter.
Without the Castro legacy to rely on, his successor will face a minefield of tasks that even Mr. Castro failed to complete.
US Navy veteran Tammie Jo Shults is hailed for her "nerves of steel" during a deadly emergency landing.
Lawmakers say Miguel Díaz-Canel is sole candidate to succeed Raúl Castro, ending the family's rule.
The president breaks a long Twitter silence over his alleged affair with an adult film actress.
The autistic boy says the project, which took over 700 hours, helped him to overcome his condition.
Junichi Fukuda has denied the allegations. But his resignation was a sign that Japan might be joining the international reckoning in the #MeToo movement.
The three firms say they did not know their exports of a Sarin-linked chemical to Syria might be illegal.
Seven military officers jailed over the killing of Muslims were among more than 8,000 released prisoners, a national TV station briefly said. The report has since been withdrawn.
Presidential and parliamentary elections will be brought forward to 24 June.
The C.I.A. director, nominated by Mr. Trump to be the next secretary of state, laid the groundwork for a planned meeting between the president and the North Korean leader.
The deal fits what appears to be an accelerating trend, as oil and gas companies invest in a wide range of activities, particularly in cleaner energy.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey called for voting on June 24, 18 months earlier than had been expected, citing instability in Syria and Iraq.
A United Nations security team working with international chemical weapons inspectors has been targeted by gunfire and a small explosion in the Syrian town of Douma.
Global debt levels are now higher than before the financial crisis, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned.
City councils want to stop the bird population from growing and damaging the local ecosystem.
London mayor Sadiq Khan praises Justin Trudeau and Jacinda Ardern for their influence on gender issues.
South Korea said it had been in talks with both American and North Korean officials about replacing the 1953 armistice with a full peace agreement.
Experts describe the challenges facing those investigating an alleged chemical attack in Syria.
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