The ship capsized after encountering a storm in the Yangtze River, and the captain was detained for questioning.
The U.S.-led coalition used Paris meeting to discuss crisis over Ramadi but no major strategy shifts seen.
He resigned in 2006 after admitting he was an alcoholic.
Mr. Parizeau nearly led the French-speaking province out of Canada during a 1995 referendum.
For now, at least.
In Turkey, when is a "gold toilet" just a figure of speech?
The satirical website has a habit of making America look completely insane to foreigners.
The oil-rich kingdom is asserting a stronger role in the region and is showing less deference to the U.S.
Militants have recently stepped up operations in what has been one of the country’s most stable areas.
Rebels are seeking international help to help counter an attack that could mark a new direction in Syria’s war.
Solar Impulse 2 makes an unscheduled stop in Japan to await better weather for Hawaii leg.
Russia’s foreign minister accused the European Union of ethical breaches of diplomatic norms in news leaks.
Why the Vatican pays so much attention to the less-than-devoted communist nation.
The secretary of state suffered a broken right femur. He will remain hospitalized in Geneva overnight.
Waiting in long lines for just about everything is an inescapable fact of life on the island.
The speedy prosecution of 49 people in the mob killing of a woman raises questions about fairness.
The list includes politicians and other high-ranking people, whose reactions ranged from anger to satisfaction.
Mr. Katriuk was said to have served with the SS in Eastern Europe during World War II.
Medicine and vaccine shortages have spread as hospitals halt vital services during months of bombings.
El Salvador recorded a grisly milestone with 635 homicides in May, an average of about 20 a day.
The wife of a prominent Russian opposition figure who has been hospitalized for a week with a mysterious illness says he has regained consciousness.
Jacques Parizeau, the blunt-talking former separatist Quebec premier who came close to taking the French-speaking province out of Canada, has died. He was 84.
Yemen’s exiled President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi has agreed to travel to Geneva for peace talks with Shiite rebels who have taken over large swaths of his country, an aide to the embattled leader said Tuesday.
President Barack Obama said in remarks broadcast Tuesday that Israel’s prime minister had reinforced a belief by the international community that Israel is not committed to peace when he said there would be no Palestinian state on his watch.
The Russian maker of the Buk air defense missile system said Tuesday that it has concluded that Malaysian Airlines flight 17 was downed by an older version of the missile, which isn’t in service with the Russian military but is in Ukrainian arsenals.