A South Africa wildlife sanctuary is gearing up Friday for an extended legal battle against the country’s government over custody of a rare lion it fears will be auctioned off and killed amid a growing international outcry.
Israeli’s Defense Minister has resigned in protest Wednesday after accusing the country’s leaders of “surrendering to terrorism” in the cease-fire deal reached with militants in the Gaza Strip.
The militant groups under siege by a devastating series of Israeli airstrikes in the Gaza Strip announced Tuesday they've accepted an Egyptian-mediated cease-fire -- just minutes after reports emerged the Jewish State resolved to continue its bombardment "as necessary."
The woman who sparked a social media outcry and a government investigation after posting an image of a goat she claims to have killed in Scotland is not backing down from her online critics, saying that she will “NEVER apologize for being a hunter!”
The leading migrant caravan pushing its way to the U.S. border appears to be at a crossroads Wednesday, as members weigh offers to stay in Mexico or continue their journey northward -- which in recent days has included perilous rides on the sides of trucks barreling down highways.
The leading migrant caravan pushing its way toward the U.S. border is hunkering down in Mexico City on Tuesday, as Americans head to the polls with the contentious group -- and the equally combustible immigration issue -- on their minds.
The leading migrant caravan trying to make its way to the United States border is admitting defeat after asking the Mexican government to provide dozens of buses to speed up the group's journey northward.
A 17-year-old blew himself up inside one of the offices of Russia’s Federal Security Service Tuesday after a post surfaced on social media claiming the intelligence agency “fakes cases and tortures people.”
Morale appears to be eroding inside the migrant caravans pushing toward the United States, with members dropping out to return home, some opting to try their luck in Mexico and others demanding "safe and dignified transport," as the endless walking begins to take its toll.
Migrants in the leading caravan trying to make its way to the U.S. appear to be approaching the border at a faster pace now as they are taking advantage of rides being offered by trucks and other vehicles.
Saudi prosecutors investigating the murder of activist Jamal Khashoggi are now calling his death a premeditated crime.
A defiant Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman said Wednesday "justice will be served in the end" during his first public remarks about the investigation into the controversial death of activist Jamal Khashoggi.
Saudi Arabia has released photos of Jamal Khashoggi’s son giving the Kingdom's crown prince an icy stare as the two shook hands Tuesday during a meeting.
As the massive migrant caravan pushes toward the southern U.S. border, a second group of about 1,000 people from Honduras is rushing to join the main group -- which reportedly has swelled its ranks with several people who've already been deported.
The 4,000-person strong migrant caravan pushing north through Central America towards the United States reportedly stalled Friday morning at Guatemala's border with Mexico, where members debated the next step – including the possibility of an impending mass crossing attempt.
Thousands of Honduran migrants heading toward the U.S.-Mexico border reportedly are on the move again Wednesday -- despite warnings to turn back from their own country and President Trump.
Investigators looking for clues on Jamal Khashoggi’s whereabouts searched for traces of “toxic materials” at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul where he was last seen two weeks ago, Turkish media reports say, as U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo landed in Saudi Arabia for talks over the matter.
One of the only two people who has been tried and sentenced in connection to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is a free man again – and is heading back to his native Morocco.
Turkish and Saudi officials reportedly will comb through the insides of the Saudi consulate building in Istanbul Monday – where journalist Jamal Khashoggi was last seen and feared to have been killed – as speculation continues to grow surrounding his whereabouts.
Turkish and Saudi officials reportedly will comb through the insides of the Saudi consulate building in Istanbul Monday – where activist Jamal Khashoggi was last seen and feared to have been killed – as speculation continues to grow surrounding his whereabouts.