Rescue efforts off Singapore were underway to find the crew missing from the USS John S. McCain.
But French police said the incident was not initially treated as a terrorism investigation.
Russia ordered U.S. diplomatic staff in the country cut by nearly two-thirds following Congress approval of new sanctions.
Under Chinese pressure, the CUP removed articles about Tibet, Tiananmen Square and the Cultural Revolution.
Once again, isolated young men are targets for radical movements.
Instead of averting a diplomatic debacle, South Africa may have inflamed one.
Rescue efforts off the coast of Singapore are underway to find the crew missing from the USS John S. McCain.
About 100 children from Gaza traveled to the Old City on a rare journey outside of the blockaded strip.
As the driver of the car in last week’s attack continued to elude police, attention also turned to a missing imam in the 12 suspects’ home town.
Usually, terrorist attacks immediately trigger spikes in anti-Muslim sentiment. Not in this Spanish city.
The French elected him by a landslide in May. Now his poll standing is near Trump’s.
The fight for Tal Afar, one of three major towns in Iraq the Islamic State still controls, will be the first test of Iraq’s military since declaring victory in Mosul in July.
Authorities believe that at least eight suspects were involved in the Barcelona and Cambrils incidents. At least one remains at large, and the fate of the van driver in the Barcelona attack is still unknown.
Parents fear their sons were radicalized by a visiting cleric who possibly brainwashed gullible youngsters who spoke better Spanish than Arabic.
In Kabul, the concert by Aryana Sayeed brought a tense mix of religious protesters and eager fans.
Cold War-era tensions shaping de-Nazification resurface in debates over communist symbols.
The fight in a remote corner of northeast Lebanon will be a test of the substantial U.S. military aid provided to the country’s army.
Two people in Finland were killed and eight others wounded Friday when an 18-year-old Moroccan man went on a stabbing rampage in the southwestern city of Turku, authorities said.
In a step that could affect hundreds of thousands of Russian tourists, the U.S. Embassy in Russia said Monday it would suspend issuing nonimmigrant visas in Moscow for eight days from Wednesday and would stop issuing visas at its consulates elsewhere in Russia in response to the Russian decision to cap embassy staff.
Vessels from several nations are searching Southeast Asian waters for 10 missing U.S. sailors after an early morning collision Monday between the USS John S. McCain and an oil tanker ripped a gaping hole in the destroyer’s hull.
A Bangladesh court has sentenced to death 10 leaders and activists from a banned Islamist group for a plot in 2000 to kill Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina by planting bombs at one of her rallies.
Egyptian security officials say a soldier and a policeman have been killed in separate attacks by suspected Islamic militants in the turbulent north of the Sinai Peninsula.
Chinese SUV maker Great Wall Motors is considering making a bid to buy Fiat Chrysler’s Jeep unit, spokespeople for the company said Monday, in a possible ambitious new step onto the global stage for China’s fast-growing auto brands.
Danish police say that the owner of a home-built submarine has told investigators that a missing female Swedish journalist died onboard in an accident, and he buried her at sea in an unspecified location.