A 15-year-old girl who was catapulted into the air by a 15ft shark has likened the attack to a Jaws film.
The powerful voice of the Spanish poet and playwright Federico García Lorca is still one that binds this nation in the midst of its current struggles.
Claims that atrocities were staged, along with stark hate speech against Rohingya Muslims, are blaring out from social media and official statements.
Marine archaeologists say the object - discovered off the coast of Oman - is an astrolabe.
Even after the defeat of jihadist forces in the city of Marawi, people on Mindanao tell of fierce battles with other Islamist cells.
Washington imposes travel restrictions on Myanmar’s military leaders and threatens sanctions against those responsible for atrocities in Rakhine State.
The Pentagon has not determined why the soldiers waited to seek backup. A top official said they might have thought they could withstand the deadly attack.
The Communist Party increasingly asserts its authority over business leaders, weakening their drive to invest and eroding confidence in the country.
A secret meeting between Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson and the Afghan president was said to take place in Kabul. Photographs told another story.
The deputy editor of the prominent station, Echo of Moscow, was assaulted by a knife-wielding man. The station said her injuries were not life threatening.
If no successors-in-waiting appear, that would raise speculation that Xi Jinping may try to keep power in some form after his second five-year term as president ends.
Two women accused of killing of North Korean leader King Jong Un's half-brother have been brought back to where the attack took place.
The story behind a small ivory sculpture that was carved 40,000 years ago.
Moscow put William F. Browder, a Kremlin critic, on an Interpol list of international fugitives. Hours later, he announced that his visa was restored.
Susana Barreda describes a "nightmare" after her husband, a pro-independence leader, was detained.
It will now cost almost $30 to drive such cars in the center of the British capital, as the mayor cites “a health crisis” caused by poor-quality air.
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President Mauricio Macri’s strong showing in midterm elections strengthens his hand to press forward with labor, pension and tax changes.
The actors said it was time for Hollywood to change and that it's now 'the moment to believe women'.
NBC presenter Megyn Kelly says she complained about her ex-colleague when they were both at Fox News.
Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej will be cremated in a royal pyre that represents heaven.
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After raiding BMW last week, European Union regulators looking into possible collusion over equipment costs searched Daimler and Volkswagen offices.
After a quick visit to Afghanistan the secretary of state arrives in Baghdad, seeking to ease tensions with the Kurds and to isolate Iran.
An apparent mass killing is the latest example of the brutal reprisals that have taken place when territory changes hands in Syria’s multisided war.
Now made public, the government’s surveillance video strongly suggests the agency’s account of a raid in Honduras, where four civilians died, was not accurate.
Mr. Tillerson did not risk the short trip to Kabul to visit the heavily fortified United States Embassy or Afghan presidential palace, as his predecessors have done.
She says President Trump could not remember her husband's name when he phoned to offer condolences.
Kaspersky Lab's chief executive has told Sky News that allowing the company's software to be used by the Kremlin to conduct espionage "would simply kill our business".
Dog feces on city streets seems like a small problem, but as it turns out, it reflects many of Lebanon’s larger ones.
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