A top Israeli minister says there is a “crisis” in in the country’s relations with the United States that must be fixed.
Russian President Vladimir Putin blamed the U.S. for the crisis in Ukraine and radical Islamic terrorism and claimed there is “no true democracy” in America during a speech on Friday.
Iran hanged a woman on Saturday who was convicted of murdering a man she said was trying to rape her, the official IRNA news agency reported.
Illegal detention centers known as “black jails” have proliferated in China, according to a new report, even as government officials deny their existence before a United Nations committee this week.
The Turkish border crossing of Oncupinar, an hour’s drive from the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo, is a chaotic buzz of people waiting to pass into one of the most violent regions in the world.
The World Health Organization says millions of doses of two experimental Ebola vaccines could be ready for use in 2015 and five more experimental vaccines will start being tested in March.
Pictures from the scene of slain Canadian soldier Cpl. Nathan Cirillo’s home show his two dogs peeking beneath the wooden fence, noses outstretched right next to his makeshift memorial, anxiously and forlornly — and futilely — awaiting his return.
The European Union signed off Friday on a massive cut in greenhouse gas emissions, vowing to lower the levels by 40 percent of what was recorded in 1990 — by the year 2030.
American forces are guarding Marine Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton, yet a ring of Filipino troops surrounds them. The seemingly redundant security effort around the suspect in a Philippine murder case reflects Manila’s uneasy ties with Washington, its former colonial master.
Queen Elizabeth II has sent her first tweet — and she’s signed it “Elizabeth R.”