Rigged cars exploded just minutes apart outside Baghdad’s two most upscale hotels.
Palestinian soccer chief agrees to compromise as both sides claim victory.
The coordinated strikes claim at least 15 lives in the latest bloodshed in the Iraqi capital.
Kerry’s presence was a show of the Obama’s administration’s hope for better relations with Nigeria.
Brazilians savor soccer arrests
To understand the power of Sepp Blatter, you need to understand the history of the 20th century.
A bureaucratic changing of status means a great deal for U.S.-Cuba relations.
Eduardo Cunha has been criticized for his ruthless ambition and “imperial” leadership style.
France’s Hollande urges Britain to stay in E.U.; Amnesty says Yemeni conflict puts civilians in crossfire.
British researchers cited isolationism and a desire for sisterhood as motivators for women and girls.
Soldiers lost during “special operations” have been classified as secret.
Researchers hope to counteract the country’s bottle-feeding culture, but critics call the program patronizing.
On the day the report was released, rocket fire from Gaza was met with Israeli airstrikes in the coastal strip.
French ambassador also predicted negotiations could extend past the self-imposed date.
An Afghan official said the four attackers, who may have targeted a small hotel frequented by foreigners, were killed.
To combat declining populations, some rural Japanese towns are trying to persuade young people weary of big-city life to trade in skyscrapers and noise pollution for cedar trees and singing birds.
Jason Rezaian, The Post’s Tehran bureau chief, has been kept in detention for 10 months.
The offensive, led by Shiite militias, is necessary before any attempt to retake the city, officials said.
China says it does not want confrontation but condemns U.S. "meddling" in the South China Sea.
Another prominent member of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government will not seek re-election in Parliament in October.
Muhammadu Buhari takes over a nation in crisis Friday with an Islamic uprising that has made 1.5 million people homeless and coffers emptied by massive corruption.
A Guatemalan court froze bank accounts linked to former Vice President Roxana Baldetti, who resigned this month after a corruption scandal reached into her office, the magistrate who made the ruling said Friday.
Despite Americans’ shifting opinions on a range of moral and ethical issues, abortion foes have been encouraged by numbers showing that opposition to abortion rights appeared to have resisted serious slippage, and was even gaining traction.
Footage released Friday of the gunman who killed a soldier at Canada’s national war memorial and stormed Parliament before being gunned down shows him asking Allah to praise his actions before last October’s attack.
Stocks sank Friday following news that the U.S. economy shrank in the first three months of the year.