King Albert II — the former monarch of Belgium — must pay 5,000 euros for every day he refuses to provide a DNA sample in a paternity case brought on by a woman who claims to be his daughter, a court ruled Thursday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel considers the U.S. a global adversary, and believes Europe must "reposition" itself among world powers, according to an interview released Wednesday.
Nearly 50 Palestinians were injured on Wednesday by Israeli troops as they protested across the West Bank and Gaza Strip to mark the 71st anniversary of their mass displacement during the 1948 war, officials said.
A professional wrestler in Japan was reportedly arrested on Sunday for using his pro-moves on a man in a supermarket parking lot.
An Australian family experienced a stroke of luck when they found a gold nugget — valued at tens of thousands of dollars — while they were walking their dog on Sunday.
A controversial anti-gay and anti-Semitic preacher from Arizona who prayed for former President Barack Obama's death has reportedly become the first person banned from Ireland under an exclusion order.
The library of an Australian university was evacuated last week because of a suspected gas leak which turned out to be something much different.
A surfer was killed on Thursday after he was attacked by a shark off the coast of France, officials said.
Canada has agreed to pay to re-export the waste it shipped to the Philippines back home, but "bureaucratic red tape" is slowing down the process, according to Filipino officials.
A jet flying from Las Vegas with more than a dozen people aboard crashed on Monday in northern Mexico, authorities said.
Protesters and military forces Venezuela clashed for a second day in Venezuela as both the country's disputed president, Nicolas Maduro, and opposition leader, Juan Guaidó vied for power.
A week after he warned Canada to take back garbage it shipped to the Philippines years ago, Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte is threatening to dump the tons of trash on the North American country's beaches.
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Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday reportedly threatened he'd "declare war" against Canada within the next week if the country fails to remove tons of garbage that was shipped to Manila years ago.
Animal rescuers in England shifted into high gear on Monday in search of a possibly injured fox — only to learn the animal was not what it seemed.
The U.S. Central Command â€”Â or CENTCOM â€” was labeled a terroristic group on Monday by Iran's Supreme National Security Council, according to state television.
The race in Israel's parliamentary electionsÂ to determine whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will serve a fifth term in office is too close to call, according to exit polls released Tuesday.
Authorities in the Netherlands have arrested another person on suspicion of involvement in aÂ tram shooting which left three people dead and others injured.
The body of a 23-year-old British backpacker who vanished in GuatemalaÂ recently has been found, according to a missing persons charity.
An American journalist who was detained in Venezuela on Wednesday by government officials has been released.