TheÂ Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president of the South American country on Wednesday amid reports that the U.S. could officially recognize him as the countryâ€™s legitimate president later in the day.
A British woman living in Australia reportedly was found dead fewer than 24 hours after finding out her longtime boyfriend was run over and killed near their home.
A 17-year-old would-be car thief’s getaway was thwarted when he became trapped inside the vehicle he was trying to steal and had to call police for help, officials said.
The former first lady of Zimbabwe, Grace Mugabe, is facing an arrest warrant out of South Africa stemming from an assault allegation from 2017.
Wildlife experts have described the discovery of six headless baby seals in New Zealand as a “disturbing, brutal and violent” crime.
A legally blind Michigan woman who traveled to Peru for a wedding and to visit some of the country’s famous sites has vanished, her family says.
Survivors, primarily Jews, who were evacuated from Nazi Germany as children in the so-called “Kinderstransport” will receive a one-time payment from the Germany government.
Demonstrators protesting against a new United Nations migration pact outside the European Union’s headquarters in Brussels this weekend were met with tear gas and water cannons after some of them became violent.
The son of the Israeli prime minister was temporarily blocked from Facebook after he criticized the social media platform for removing an earlier post in which he called for “avenging the deaths” of two Israeli soldiers killed by Palestinian gunmen.
A former Islamist leader of Somalia’s al-Shabab extremists now running for a regional presidency was arrested and beaten Thursday, prompting violent protests between his supporters and security forces, his spokesman and officials said.
The gunman who killed four people before turning the weapon on himself inside a Catholic cathedral in southeastern Brazil on Monday was suffering from depression and “mentally ill,” authorities said.
A British Conservative Party official says Prime Minister Theresa May will face a no-confidence vote from party lawmakers.
Four people were killed and four others were injured after a gunman opened fire during Mass inside a Catholic cathedral in southeast Brazil on Tuesday, officials said.
A former Russian cop nicknamed the “werewolf” -- believed to be the country’s most prolific killer -- was convicted Monday of murdering 56 more women, swelling the number of his victims to at least 78.
For the second time, a Spanish court has refused to convict five men of gang rape for an attack on an 18-year-old woman during the San Fermin bull-running festival in July 2016.
A Florida woman vacationing in South Africa and Zimbabwe was rushed to a local hospital after a hippo reportedly flipped her canoe and chomped down on her leg as she paddled down the Zambezi River with her husband.
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.
An Indian woman reportedly en route to the police department to report an alleged molestation was set on fire by the two men who attacked her days earlier.
The Dutch businessman who claimed he was a “young god” when he launched a legal battle last month to officially roll back his age 20 years will remain 69.
Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari says he's not dead, and to prove it, he gave a statement Sunday in which he was alive.