The mother of the man accused of killing a soldier at Ottawa’s war memorial then storming Parliament before being shot dead says she is crying for the victims of the shooting, not her son.
A Syrian woman who was accused of committing adultery was captured on video pleading with her father to forgive her — and he finally did, but then joined with Islamic State terrorists to stone her to death, a video revealed.
China has a block on Facebook, but that has not stopped founder Mark Zuckerberg from trying to open the social media channels by piling on the charm in front of a crowd of Chinese students — and speaking in Mandarin.
Top Chinese and Iranian military officials have committed to closer ties and a more unified approach to dealing with U.S. naval dominance in the Asian-Pacific region.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper reacted to the terrorist storming and shooting of a war memorial and then Parliament with a blunt, aggressive message: This nation will not bury its head.
A gunman who reportedly was a recent convert to Islam launched an attack Wednesday in Ottawa, killing one soldier guarding a war memorial before barging into the capital city’s Parliament amid a hail of gunfire and spawning increased vigilance in Washington and Ottawa, where officials wondered how he managed to get into the government building armed.
Four former Blackwater security guards were found guilty Wednesday in the 2007 shootings of more than 30 Iraqis in Baghdad, and a federal judge ordered them immediately to jail.
A top Canadian naval officer reportedly warned soldiers on Tuesday not to wear their uniforms out in public for fear of being targeted, following two deadly attacks this week on uniformed soldiers in Quebec and Ontario.
A bomb was detonated right by Cairo University, Egypt’s largest place for higher learning, leaving 10 injured, including six police officers.
A baby was killed and eight people wounded when a car rammed pedestrians at a Jerusalem train station on Wednesday in a terrorist attack, police said.