A Brazilian man, dubbed the “Sweeney Todd” cannibal, his wife and mistress were sentenced to 71 years in prison after they killed women and mixed their flesh into pastries that they ate and handed out to neighbors, reports said.
North Korea once again lashed out on the U.S. and accused the State Department of “blocking the path to denuclearization” forever by strengthening sanctions amid stalemate talks between Pyongyang and Washington in recent months.
A body believed to be the British backpacker who vanished more than a week ago in New Zealand was found Sunday, police said as they charged a man in her murder.
China could 'take hostages' and is almost certain to retaliate against the United States after the stunning arrest of a top Chinese tech executive for allegedly trying to skirt sanctions on Iran.
An Australian man who was the subject of the “Teacher’s Pet” podcast, which garnered global attention surrounding the 1982 disappearance of his wife, was arrested Wednesday and is expected to be charged with her murder, police said.
China announced it was cracking down on increasingly extravagant and over-the-top weddings in the country, urging people to “integrate core socialist values” and incorporate the “Xi Jinping Thought” instead.
Employees at a Canadian jewelry store took matters into their own hands and fended off would-be robbers with swords doing a robbery attempt in broad daylight, police said.
Two California teens and their Mexican friend were killed execution-style early Sunday at an apartment complex in Mexico during a trip to the country on Black Friday, reports said.
A mother and her 10-month-old daughter were mauled to death by a grizzly bear while the 37-year-old was spending her maternity leave at a remote cabin in Canada, officials said.
South Korean president Moon Jae-in unveiled the puppies that were born from one of the dogs given by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as “peace gifts” in September.
As many as 145 pilot whales died on a New Zealand island this weekend after they were left stranded on a beach.
Héctor Beltrán Leyva, a notorious Mexican drug lord who once part of waging a turf war against jailed Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, died late Sunday of cardiac arrest, Mexican authorities said. He was 56.
Nissan Motor Co. chairman Carlos Ghosn was removed after an internal investigation revealed he under-reported his income by millions of dollars and engaged in other “significant misconduct, the company said Monday.
Kim Jong Un on Sunday visited a glass factory once suspected of producing military equipment, a report said days after North Korea announced it tested a “newly developed ultramodern tactical weapon.”
A 42-year-old Australian man died Saturday after a suspected stingray attack while he was swimming at a beach, police said.
President Trump on Tuesday pushed back on reports that North Korea has secret, smaller missile bases stashed in its reclusive mountains, calling the claims “inaccurate” and “just more fake news.”
North Korea is possibly hiding up to 20 missile operating bases stashed in its reclusive mountains, a report said Monday — showing the Hermit Kingdom appears to be latching on to its missiles and nuclear weapons despite pledging to denuclearization.
An Australian woman was arrested over the weekend after a two-month investigation into needles hidden in strawberries that sparked contamination fears in the region.
The last-minute termination of a high-level meeting between Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his North Korean counterpart could signal a significant roadblock in the delicate denuclearization talks with Pyongyang, which has ramped up rhetoric in recent weeks by threatening to expand the Hermit Kingdom's nuke arsenal due to "arrogant" U.S. actions.
Kim Jong Un has been framed.