At least 13 people were killed Thursday evening after a church collapsed in South Africa, according to local media.
At least 14 people were lined up and executed in southwestern Pakistan after gunmen ambushed a bus and forced the passengers onto a highway early Thursday, officials said.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom arrived in El Salvador on Sunday toÂ beginÂ a four-day trip to learn more about the root causes fueling migration to the U.S. and offer an alternative to what he regards as President Trumpâ€™s "demoralizing" rhetoric about the Central American nation.
Saudi Arabia has given multimillion-dollar homes and monthly five-figure payments to the children of Jamal Khashoggi, the Washington Post writer who was killed in a Saudi Consulate in Istanbul last October, as compensation for their fatherâ€™s death, according to reports.
President Trump will sit down with South Korean President Moon Jae-in next month for their first meeting since Trumpâ€™s second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Vietnam, the White House said in a press release.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, addressing the countryâ€™s parliament on Tuesday, vowed to never speak the name of the alleged gunman who fatally shot more than 50 people and injured dozens more at two Mosques last week.
The Hungarian government has placed the couple from the infamous â€œdistracted boyfriendâ€� internet meme on a series of billboards promoting the countryâ€™s new pro-family benefits program.
A gang of chickens at a French farming school this week are suspected of havingÂ killed a fox that had sneaked into their coop in the middle of the night, school officials believe.Â
A 10-year-old Australian boy with a dream to start his ownÂ airline wrote to theÂ CEO of QantasÂ last month andÂ got a personalÂ replyÂ from the executive himself.Â
Pakistan has partially reopened its airspace and permitted travel to four major cities, aviation officials said in a statement on Friday. Â
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is willing to sit down again with President Trump for denuclearization talks in the near future despite the two leaders not reaching a deal this week during their highly anticipated Hanoi summit, North Korean state media reported Friday.
Canadian authorities on Monday said that they were unable to identify the person whose foot was found last year on the Vancouver shoreline that was in blue socks and a grey Nike sneaker.
The deputy head of a Chinese military academy told an audience in Shenzhen last month that tensions in the South China Sea could be resolved by sinking a pair of U.S. aircraft carriers, reports said.
In a bid to reduce migration to the U.S. and attract investment, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has proposed the creation of economic “free zones” along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte, who has earned a reputation for incendiary rhetoric, drew widespread condemnation on Saturday after admitting that he sexually abused his housemaid when he was a teenager – despite his office later claiming it was a joke, The New York Times reported.
Japan’s government on Tuesday approved its first aircraft carrier and various increases in its military defense capabilities amid pressure from the Trump administration to spend "massive amounts" on American military defense products to lower its trade surplus with the U.S., The Wall Street Journal reported.
Five people have been detained in connection with a manhunt for a suspected extremist who fatally shot three and wounded 11 near a Christmas market in Strasbourg Tuesday evening before fleeing the scene.
A 9-year-old Canadian girl was apparently so mad her parents had asked to clean up her room, that she dialed 9-1-1, The Toronto Star reported.
French President Emmanuel Macron is expected to announce a suspension of fuel tax hikes that have provoked riots, according to French media.
After days of unrest that included widespread rioting in Paris, the French government relented Tuesday and agreed to suspend utility hikes and a controversial fuel tax, the country's prime minister announced.