Police in Australia are celebrating after they managed to reunite a homeless man with his pet rat, Lucy.
New satellite images appear to show activity at North Korea’s main nuclear site, a possible negative sign for diplomatic negotiations between the U.S. and Kim Jong Un's regime.
Saudi Arabia named Princess Reema Bint Bandar Bin Sultan its new ambassador to the United States on Tuesday, making her the first woman to hold the title.
A Swedish software developer with close ties to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested Thursday in connection with a group accused of attempting to blackmail Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno, The Associated Press reported.
Almost 9,000 migrants hoping to reach the U.S. through various caravans have registered for temporary asylum and work visas in Mexico but only 500 have been granted status, officials say.
French protesters are continuing their fight despite the government’s announcement Tuesday that it will delay increases in energy taxes, claiming they won’t “settle for crumbs.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Iran Thursday of masking a secret nuclear warehouse inside a rug-cleaning plant in an address to the United Nations General Assembly.
Chile's annual military parade took place on Thursday but the troops didn't capture as much attention as the canines.
The two Americans stabbed Friday night at a train station in Amsterdam were targeted by an Afghan citizen who had a “terrorist motive,” officials say.