The State Department on Sunday confirmed another American fatality in the Dominican Republic, a tourist who died of "respiratory illness" in March -- and who is the 11th American to die in the Caribbean country this year.
Boris Johnson — the British politician who will most likely become the U.K. prime minister in the coming weeks — denied on Thursday that he had anything to do with the resignation of U.K. Ambassador to the U.S. Kim Darroch.
Israeli's minister of education recently compared during a cabinet meeting intermarriages between U.S. Jews and non-Jews to "a second Holocaust."
Kim Darroch, the British ambassador to the U.S. who criticized President Trump, has resigned, the U.K. Foreign Office said Wednesday.
Authorities in Turkey reportedly discovered $72 million worth of a radioactive element — used in nuclear reactors and found in the fallout of nuclear explosions — from a car.
The opening run of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain on Sunday left at least five people — including three runners who were gored — hospitalized, officials said.
Australian authorities on Tuesday released heart-stopping footage of a boy slipping into the gap between a train and the station platform.
A dog was reportedly killed in Ireland on Saturday by a swan who beat the dog with its wings.
Prosecutors in Iran are seeking the death penalty for several people who were arrested last year after allegedly spying on behalf of the U.S.
Iran has exceeded the threshold for the Islamic Republic's low-enriched uranium stockpile agreed upon in the 2015 nuclear deal, state media reported Monday.
The London Zoo is full of Pride.
A power outage in Japan last month delayed 12,000 train passengers — and railway officials have finally found the culprit.
Two people were found alive in Cambodia on Monday days after an under-construction building collapsed, killing at least 28 workers and injuring another 26.
An English couple said they were unable to leave their house for nearly a week because seagulls tried to attack them every time they left.
A tsunami warning was in effect Tuesday night in Japan after a 6.8-magnitude earthquake shook a northwestern part of the country.
At least 12 people were killed and 135 others were injured when an earthquake hit southwestern China on Monday, officials said.
A graduation trip to the Dominican Republic for a group of Oklahoma teens took a turn earlier this month when part of the group became mysteriously ill during their stay in the Caribbean nation, where at least nine Americans have died while vacationing.
An official livestream in Pakistan was cut short on Friday after a paw-lition was spotted donning kitty ears as part of Facebook's "cat filter."
A nurse in England was rearrested on Monday for allegedly killing eight babies — and trying to kill at least another nine, police said.
A singer in Malaysia was reportedly arrested after she rescued a "dog" from the side of the road — that she later realized was a sun bear.