A Japanese couple have taken to social media make a simple plea to the thieves who stole seven bonsai trees from them: please take care of "our children."
A departure area at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport had to be evacuated on New Year's Eve after a man claimed to have a bomb, according to officials.
The spokesman for the Vatican and his deputy resigned suddenly Monday, weeks after Pope Francis appointed an Italian journalist -- and close friend -- as the new editorial director of communications.
At least 10 people were injured after a magnitude 4.8 earthquake generated by the eruption of Mount Etna rocked eastern Sicily early Wednesday.
Thousands of people living near Sydney's Olympic Park are facing an uncertain Christmas Eve after they were evacuated Monday when residents of a newly opened apartment building reported cracking noises, generating fears of a possible collapse.
A magnitude 7.4 earthquake struck off the east coast of Russia early Friday local time. The quake hit about 50 miles west of Nikol’skoye.
It won't be beginning to look a lot like Christmas in one city in northern China, after local officials issued a ban on decorations and sales.
The headless body of a 3-year-old Indian boy was found Tuesday after the child was snatched from his home and dragged into the woods by a serial-killer leopard, officials said.
The treacherous trek to illegally cross into the United States is rife with peril, as migrants risk death, sexual assault and separation from their loved ones. And for less than $20, tourists can join in the journey.
The explosion of rap music in Russia spurred President Vladimir Putin to call for cultural leaders on Saturday to devise a means of controlling its role for youth culture instead of an outright ban, saying it otherwise will lead to the degeneration of the nation.
More than 40 people were reported injured after an explosion took place at a restaurant in Japan on Sunday, officials said.
A street in a western German town was transformed into something out of a Roald Dahl book, after a river of chocolate overflowed from a factory Monday and hardened into a delicious stretch of roadway.
French President Emmanuel Macron's pre-recorded attempt to reassert control over his divided, inflamed nation was met with scathing criticism and derision Tuesday by many in the protesting groups he'd hoped to win over.
Over four weeks after nationwide anti-government protests have turned the streets of Paris into battlefields between demonstrators and riot police, French President Emmanuel Macron will break his silence Monday on the expanding crisis.
A surfer who previously described himself as "shark bait" was seriously injured after being attacked by a shark on Sunday, officials said.
Nearly 30 years after Pan Am Flight 103 was blown out of the sky over Scotland, killing all 259 passengers and crew members aboard, the final resting place for some of the wreckage has been revealed in new photos to be at a scrapyard in the English countryside.
As a Lion Air jet rocketed into the sky after taking off from Indonesia's capital city last month, it's pilots fought to maintain control as an automatic safety system repeatedly forced the aircraft's nose down, investigators said Wednesday, adding that the plane should not have been in service.
A celebration of the holiday season in a small port town in Canada quickly turned to tragedy Saturday when a 4-year-old girl was killed after falling underneath a float at the annual Santa Claus parade, officials said.
A U.S. soldier became the second American to be killed in Afghanistan this month after a firefight with Al Qaeda forces on Saturday, defense officials told Fox News.
The migrants from Central America who are now waiting in the Mexico border city of Tijuana waiting to learn the next steps to reach the U.S. are now being given options to possibly stay in the country after all.