As Iceland votes in parliamentary elections on Saturday, a disgraced former prime minister is among those competing to govern.
The US defence chief warns Pyongyang would face a "massive response" if it used nuclear weapons.
The legal system is coming under renewed scrutiny after rulings in two high-profile cases that alarmed both Westerners and local anticorruption groups.
The Revenant director is awarded a special Oscar for virtual reality installation Carne y Arena.
A federal grand jury has approved the first charges in the investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election.
Children living in a besieged area near the capital Damascus face a daily struggle for food.
Tensions continue to rise in Spain as the country faces up to its worst political crisis in decades.
Actress Rose McGowan has called for women to name and shame sexual abusers after speaking publicly for the first time since she accused Harvey Weinstein of rape.
Senior Catalan police officials are stripped of their powers after direct rule is imposed by Madrid.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that Pyongyang was accelerating the threat of nuclear war through missile tests and that the United States would protect its allies.
It is not clear who is being targeted in Robert Mueller's investigation, US media reports say.
The road building project may spur employment but growth, but tardy execution could come in the way.
He is accused of taking millions of dollars in bribes in a scheme involving the customs service.
Political advertisers will have to verify their identity and their posts will carry a disclosure.
The widespread euphoria that greeted the independence referendum was largely absent as Catalan lawmakers voted to separate from Spain.
Shoppers in France have noticed butter disappearing from supermarket shelves. Is there a crisis?
This week’s Canada Letter looks at the pension shortfall at Sears Canada and, with Catalonia in the news, contemplates separation anxiety at home.
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Despite movie stereotypes, there are very few all-female cheerleading teams in Brazil.
They say the state must spend much more on healthcare and raise staff wages.
Nearly four years after the 2014 revolution, tents rise again on Kiev’s streets and demonstrators denounce the slow pace of reform.
At an investment summit this week, Saudi Arabia’s crown prince unrolled ambitious urban-building plans. Whether foreign companies and investors will join is uncertain.
The program, which doled out more than $100 million in refunds since 2008, “wasn’t delivering the promised jobs or economic activity,” an official said.
An explosion in tourism has saved Iceland's economy. But in a country of just 300,000 people, how much tourism is too much?
A small asteroid or comet is believed to be the first confirmed "interstellar object" to have entered our solar system from somewhere else in the galaxy.
Human rights advocates say the company should be doing more to combat misinformation and hateful language on the site.
The minister of security said several countries had pinpointed the source of the attack that wreaked havoc on the N.H.S. and other global institutions.
Mariano Rajoy begins imposing direct rule over Catalonia after its push for independence.
As part of his plea bargain, the 41-year-old golfer must undergo drug treatment.
A cricket stadium dubbed the "Lords of Africa" is set to open in one of the unlikeliest locations imaginable.
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