Vice President Mike Pence, the highest-level American official to visit Egypt in nearly a decade, began a trip through the region.
Ten of thousands of protesters rallied in Bucharest on Saturday to protest proposed revisions to the country’s corruption laws.
Even as villagers in land coveted by Grace Mugabe celebrated the end of an era, determining who has title to farms is a critical step in Zimbabwe’s development and democratization.
Boonchai Bach is suspected of fueling much of Asia’s illegal animal trade for over a decade, overseeing a criminal syndicate that has smuggled poached items including ivory and rhino horns.
Thousands lost their savings in the collapse of shady banks, part of a broader economic system plagued by insider dealing, mismanagement and inefficiency.
Six soldiers were sentenced to 10 years in prison for killing three people in war-torn Kachin state. It was a rare prosecution in a country where the military has operated with impunity for decades.
After facing criticism over the church’s sexual abuse scandals, he returned to familiar themes of poverty and the environment.
Despite warnings from the United States, a defiant President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey vowed to crush the militias, which he described as a terrorist threat.
Two people have died and dozens have been injured after a fire took hold of a hotel in central Prague.
Two or three armed insurgents, amid an explosion and fire, entered the largest hotel in the Afghanistan capital, according to government officials.
Rodford, also a founding member of Argent and bassist for the Zombies, died following a fall.
The BBC's Mark Lowen explains.
Hindu extremists smashed up the film set, pulled the director’s hair and threatened to behead the lead actress. “Padmaavat,” the most potentially explosive Indian film in years, opens Thursday.
A group of gunmen have attacked the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, leaving casualties on several floors, according to witnesses.
Several people have been killed after gunmen launched a deadly assault on a luxury hotel in Kabul.
Donald Trump will not negotiate with his rivals over the US government shutdown until they "stop playing games", the White House has insisted.
A leading tycoon who made billions in the pharmaceutical business was murdered along with his wife, private investigators hired by the couple's children have claimed.
The Intercontinental Hotel is under attack from gunmen, reports quoting Afghan officials say.
As a wild, bitter contest to lead Brazil gets underway, the two front-runners are political opposites, one facing prison time and the other with a long history of incendiary remarks.
The country was once home to an array of tourist landmarks, but many of those have been damaged or destroyed by war, and most governments still advise against their citizens traveling there.
Ex-football pro George Weah challenges Liberia's army to a friendly before his inauguration.
Marcio Matolias has lived in a sandcastle for 22 years in an upmarket neighbourhood of Rio De Janeiro.
The men died after the officers allegedly objected to getting blood stains in their patrol car.
Mr. Bocuse was a leading figure in the pathbreaking culinary movement known as nouvelle cuisine.
Six British soldiers have become the first all-female group to cross the Antarctic using nothing but muscle power.
Recriminations start after the US Senate fails to pass a new budget, leading to a shutdown of services.
The group is found during a joint police and army operation after they were kidnapped on Wednesday.
President Erdogan says a ground operation against Kurdish fighters in Afrin has 'de facto' begun.
Mary Lou McDonald has no direct involvement in the three decades of conflict in Northern Ireland.
He is said to have died in his famous three-Michelin-starred restaurant near Lyon.
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