Homicide cases in Mexico rose by 33 percent in 2018, shattering the countryâ€™s record for the second consecutive year, newly-released government statistics show.
Calling all “Binge Gamers”, “Snowflakes” and “Selfie Addicts” – lay down your controllers, stop being outraged over everything and put that photo upload on hold – instead, you should join the British Army?
An American-Palestinian dual national reportedly was sentenced Monday to life in prison with “hard labor” for trying to sell land to Israelis – extending an incarceration that has already drawn the ire of the U.S. ambassador.
Two dozen patients fled an Ebola treatment center in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Thursday after protesters ransacked the facility as part of ongoing demonstrations against this coming weekend’s presidential election.
Pope Francis is urging the world to put aside “partisan interests” this Christmas to help find a political solution to the ongoing wars in Yemen and Syria, and the conflicts in Ukraine and the Korean Peninsula.
‘Snoop’ is the kind of loyal friend this man doesn’t deserve.
An American judge has ruled that Kim Jong Un’s North Korean regime must pay $501 million to the parents of Otto Warmbier after their son died following his time spent in captivity there.
A British police officer’s claim there may have never been drones flying around Gatwick Airport last week was a “mess-up,” government ministers reportedly said Monday.
The death toll following a methane explosion at a black coal mine in the Czech Republic has risen to 13 Friday as rescuers are braving a fire in an attempt to recover the bodies around 2,600 feet underground.
A businessman who has jet-skied with Kim Jong Un and was key in arranging Dennis Rodman’s visit to North Korea has emerged as the second Canadian to be detained by China this week amid the country’s uproar following the arrest of a Huawei executive.
The former Canadian diplomat detained this week by China -- amid the furor over the arrest in Canada of a top Chinese tech executive -- remained locked up Wednesday, with China's spin careening from denying the man's detention to claiming he's a national security risk.
An East Germany Stasi secret police identification card belonging to a young Vladimir Putin has been found tucked away in a drawer in Dresden.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is set to make a statement Monday morning amid reports she's delayed a vote to approve her controversial Brexit deal in Parliament.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's acrobatic dancer daughter – who's mostly been kept out of the public eye – reportedly made a rare appearance on state television.
A Congolese army colonel has been arrested in connection with the 2017 dual killing of American and Swedish United Nations investigators, a prosecutor announced Friday.
The United States has asked Canada to extradite a top Chinese tech executive who's accused of Iran sanctions violations – but that seemingly straightforward request could end up spawning a set of complications that prevent Meng Wanzhou from ever setting foot on American soil.
The family of former FBI agent Robert Levinson and the relatives of nearly a half dozen others held captive in Iran say they “shall remain quiet no longer” about demands for world governments to help secure the release of those hopelessly detained in the Islamic Republic.
A clearly-irked French President Emmanuel Macron was heard telling Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman “you never listen to me” in a video captured during a break in the ongoing G20 summit Friday.
Families and relatives of those onboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 are calling on officials to resume searching for the ill-fated plane Friday after handing over five pieces of debris believed to have come from its wreckage.
The mayor of the Mexican border city under strain by the growing number of migrants arriving there hoping to get into the U.S. says he expects funds supporting them to run out by Friday.