Dominican Republic officials on Friday appeared to downplay the recent spate of American tourist deaths that have occurred in the Caribbean nation over the last year.
A vegan couple from Sweden was sentenced to three months in jail on Thursday for putting their 18-month-old child on a restrictive diet and leaving the girl malnourished and near death.
Muslims who plan on skipping out on fasting during Ramadan could find themselves in hot water with authorities in Malaysia.
Three people died descending from Mount Everest on Thursday increasing the death toll for the week to seven, while officials believe the traffic jam going up the mountain is cause for concern.
China is fighting back against the U.S. in the trade war to “protect its legitimate rights and interests,” state media said in a scathing editorial Tuesday.
North Korea on Tuesday demanded the U.S. returned a cargo ship used to transport that was seized in violation of international sanctions against the rogue regime, calling it a “robbery.”
A U.S. Navy fleet sent to the Persian Gulf to ward off a potential threat to American commercial interests represents a target instead of a serious threat, a senior Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander said Sunday.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested Thursday by British police moments after Ecuador withdrew his asylum over for “repeatedly violating international conventions and protocol.”
Ecuador announced Thursday that it has withdrawn asylum from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for “repeatedly violating international conventions and protocol.”
A freak dust devil created havoc in China on Sunday sweeping away a bounce house and leaving two children dead and 20 others injured, authorities said.
A Canadian man known as â€œThe Butcher of Gatineauâ€� for killing and dismembering his then-girlfriend in 1999 has been granted parole and hopes to start a new life as a transgender woman in a halfway house.
A British farmer claimed earlier this month animal rights activists killed two of her pigs after showing up unexpectedly on her farm to protest the animalsâ€™ conditions.
A Brazilian group set off on a risky mission to contact a small, isolated tribe in the Amazon and reunite some members with their relatives in hopes to avoid a bloody battle near the Peruvian border.
A sporting goods store on Tuesday canceled its plans to release a sports hijab in France after threats from politicians to boycott the company and pressure on social media.
Several Chinese students are protesting the arrest of their group’s leader, who was reportedly detained Friday in an apparent crackdown on a Marxist society.
Federal authorities reportedly believe Saudi Arabia helped one of its citizens -- who was charged in the fatal hit-and-run of a 15-year-old Oregon girl -- attain a passport and flee the United States.
Authorities enlisted the help of four elephants in their search for a 2-year-old boy from Burma who had been missing in Thailand for a week.
An arrest warrant was issued for a British theft suspect who went viral on social media due to his resemblance to “Friends” star David Schwimmer after he failed to show up for a court appearance.
An American psychology student and musician living in the Netherlands was stabbed to death in her apartment, police said Friday.
An Iran-linked hacking group named Charming Kitten reportedly tried to break into the private emails of more than a dozen U.S. officials and nuclear scientists during the last month in retaliation for the Trump administration’s decision to re-impose sanctions on the Islamic Republic.