Nation grapples with profound questions — as political as they are existential — following Sarah Halimi’s vicious slaying.
Brother Li has risen to the top of the charts and is making a fortune in a country where 350 million have downloaded a live-streaming app.
Blast occurred near residence of prominent politician from Hazara ethnic minority.
The company’s work in Germany is illustrative. It helped cut wait times, but at a cost.
In Warsaw, Trump said nothing about the rule of law or preservation of democracy.
Hospital's lawyer said there is an updated brain scan on the terminally ill baby, but that it made for “sad reading.”
The Trump administration is considering stiff penalties for Venezuela if its government goes ahead with a vote to rewrite the constitution — even sanctioning its oil.
Three months after “the mother of all bombs” was dropped, the fighting rages on.
A nonprofit organization is trying to pressure the Haredi leadership to give women a voice.
The teens orchestrated their disappearance possibly to seek asylum in the U.S. and Canada.
19-year-old Palestinian attacker wrote on Facebook that ‘all I have is a sharpened knife.’
Conservationists see the return as a potent symbol, but they’ll have to overcome resistance from sheep farmers.
Measures stripping away judicial independence have drawn rebuke from the E.U.
The chancellor’s party is making national pride a focal point of its campaign ahead of the September election.
Aras Agalarov is an eager-to-please tycoon who has taken on a variety of projects for the Kremlin.
The toll of the airstrike, which took place in Helmand province, is expected to rise.
The latest maneuver by the right-wing Law and Justice party has alarmed European officials.
Natalia Veselnitskaya had represented a unit linked to the Russian spy agency in a property dispute.
A suicide bomber rammed his car packed with explosives into a bus carrying government employees in the Afghan capital early on Monday, killing 24 people and wounding 42 others, Kabul’s police chief spokesman said. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the assault.
A year ago Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte promised to cleanse his Southeast Asian nation of illegal drugs in three to six months. He said he would tame corruption and began a profanity-spiked tongue lashing of America — which he called “lousy” last week. Those “shock and awe” declarations of a year ago have collided with reality. Drugs and corruption have persisted and he grudgingly thanked the United States recently for helping to quell a disastrous siege in the south by pro-Islamic State group militants.
A deadly shooting at Israel’s Embassy in Jordan further complicated Israeli government efforts on Monday to find a way out of an escalating crisis over Jerusalem’s most contested holy site, including mass Muslim prayer protests and Israeli-Palestinian violence.
China on Monday warned India not to “push your luck” by underestimating Beijing’s determination to safeguard what it considers sovereign Chinese territory, amid an ongoing standoff between the two neighbors over a contested region high in the Himalayas.
The Latest on the escalation in Israel and the Palestinian territories over a contested Jerusalem holy site (all times local):
The Latest on the suicide car attack in a western neighborhood of Kabul (all times local):