French authorities seized nearly $45 million worth of cocaine in the northern port of Dunkirk last month, according to a report.
Swedish prosecutors said on Monday they will reopen a rape case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, at the request of the alleged victim's lawyer.
Two suspected terrorists were killed and six others were detained during weekend raids in Indonesia aimed at thwarting a potential terror attack, according to a report.
Two Reuters reporters who were jailed in Myanmar on convictions of breaking the Official Secrets Act were freed Tuesday after spending more than 500 days behind bars, according to witnesses.
Two U.S. warships on Monday sailed near islands claimed by China in the disputed South China, a move that comes at a time of tense relations between the two nations.
The Indian Army on Monday claimed it had sighted the footprints of Yeti, more commonly known as the “abominable snowman,” earlier this month at a Nepalese base camp.
President Trump sent his regards to the Emperor of Japan ahead of his abdication from the throne, acknowledging the “close relationship” that the U.S. has with Japan.
Taiwan's defense ministry says two U.S. warships have sailed through the Taiwan Strait, in a move likely to spark protests from Beijing.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived by an armored train in Russia on Wednesday ahead of a highly-anticipated summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin and amid deadlocked negotiations with the U.S. over the North's nuclear program.
The U.S. Embassy in Sri Lanka said early Wednesday that the FBI has arrived to help assist the country in investigating the Easter Sunday bombings that killed more than 350 people.
Sri Lankan's defense minister on Tuesday said a 'preliminary investigation' indicated that the Easter Sunday church bombings by the radical Islamist group were retaliation for the New Zealand mosque attacks last month.
Water from a rooftop pool was seen cascading 600 feet down a Manila skyscraper on Monday as a powerful earthquake ripped through the northern Philippines, damaging multiple buildings and causing at least 11 deaths.
Sri Lanka took drastic steps Monday to crack down on new potential terror threats by blocking social media and arresting more than dozen after a series of suicide bombings ripped through its capital on Easter Sunday.
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.