Some German politicians have spoken out over the reported use of leopard tanks against a Kurdish militia.
A special inspector says the American military uses loopholes to exempt Afghan security forces from punishment for enslaving and raping children, and other gross human rights violations.
It appears that at least three people with U.S. citizenship were among those killed in a 15-hour Taliban assault in Afghanistan.
Two 15-year-olds, a boy and a girl, were killed in the attack and another 15-year-old is in custody.
The vice president’s visit buoyed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but did not solve his problems or help bridge the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A 7.9-magnitude earthquake rattled Alaska's coast, triggering tsunami alerts and prompting residents to evacuate.
Authorities say they have found the man who murdered six-year-old Zainab Ansari and others.
The U.S. said that Syria’s government had used chlorine bombs on civilians and that Russia was complicit. At least 13 people were injured.
The retired general, Sami Anan, was a rare high-profile challenger after several others dropped out, some citing intimidation by the authorities.
Yoweri Museveni said the continent needs to be spoken to frankly and made to realise it is weak.
Three weeks after President Emmanuel Macron’s overhaul of French labor rules went into effect, a wave of downsizing appears to be on the horizon.
Sami Anan is accused of violating military code after announcing his bid to run against President Sisi.
The cause of the crash between a small plane and a helicopter is not yet clear.
A satirical British comedy about the ex-Soviet leader's succession has been pulled by authorities.
The BBC has obtained shocking footage from the besieged area of Eastern Ghouta, just 30 kilometres from Damascus.
Five pregnant schoolgirls were arrested in Tanzania so the men who had sex with them can be traced, authorities say.
Hawaii's governor has admitted he was unable to tell citizens that a missile alert was a false alarm because he did not know his Twitter username and password.
The manufacturer of Huggies nappies, Andrex toilet paper and Kleenex tissues has refused to rule out job losses among its UK workforce as it seeks to cut up to 5,500 roles worldwide.
The US attorney general is the first member of President Trump's cabinet to be questioned.
The irreverent poet won the Premio Cervantes in 2011 and was proposed four times for the Nobel Prize.
Peter Madsen is accused of binding and abusing Ms. Wall, a Swedish journalist who boarded his submarine in August, before killing her, the authorities said.
A breakthrough experiment has shown it is possible to create heavy snowfall on demand, scientists have said.
Hundreds have reportedly been displaced by clashes between Turkish-led forces and Kurdish fighters.
Rail bosses have sidelined the Teesside Airport rail station for years, but retain the zombie station that symbolizes the dysfunctions of Britain’s transportation network.
A "final effort" is under way to find the wreckage of flight MH370 nearly four years after it vanished with 239 people on board.
Americans were among 22 people killed in a Taliban attack on a luxury hotel in the Afghan capital Kabul.
US attorney general Jeff Sessions has been interviewed as part of the probe into the Trump campaign's alleged collusion with Russia.
Decades of diplomatic efforts to stem global warming have proven ineffectual because too many strategies have been taken off the table.
Some areas of Paris are under water after the River Seine burst its banks following days of heavy rain.
Dozens of tourists have been airlifted from a four-star mountainside hotel following an overnight avalanche in northern Italy.
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