U.S. Army Europe Commander Ben Hodges said Tuesday there are roughly 12,000 Russian soldiers in eastern Ukraine in support of pro-Moscow separatists.
The U.S. troop withdrawal plan is getting complicated due to the desertion rate of Afghan security forces and the heavy losses of those who stayed to fight.
Pope Francis told a Vatican City audience on Wednesday that it a mortal sin to “discard out elderly,” and that they should not be treated like “aliens.”
U.S. Army Col. James M. Minnich stood on a wet slab of concrete near a single-story blue U.N. structure in this old village that straddles the official line marking the border of the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea.
NSA systems analyst Edward Snowden wants to return to the United States from Russia if he’s guaranteed a fair trial, his Russian lawyer said Tuesday.
The speaker of Ukraine’s parliament says he can confirm only one death in a coal-mining accident in the war-torn east, pedaling back on an earlier claim that 32 laborers had died.
When a rapist and killer said the woman brutally attacked on a New Delhi bus was responsible for what had happened to her, it sounded shocking around the world. But not in India.
Women who come to the U.S. from China to give birth to automatic American citizens may not be breaking the law by doing so, but it’s illegal to lie about why they’re coming into the country.
The father of the Islamic State group’s Jihadi John says his son is “dog, an animal and a terrorist.”
While Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was warning in his Tuesday address to Congress that Iran’s neighbors feared the potential nuclear agreement now being negotiated by the Obama administration and its international partners, at least one of those neighbors said it is rooting strongly that a deal can be struck.