A court is contemplating the country’s first prohibition on LGBT sexual relations.
Duterte says he is prepared to ruffle alliances and suffer the economic consequences.
Analysts say there’s an even chance that this month’s failed launches were of ICBM prototypes.
Fires set by departing migrants accelerated plans to evacuate the burgeoning slum.
The new song released by the Russian punk band just ahead of the U.S. elections is called "Straight Outta Vagina."
One in 47 attempting the crossing from North Africa dies trying.
The attack killed at least 22 people, 14 of them children.
Insurgents seized part of the road linking Kabul to Kandahar.
The victims were “administered a drug,” police said.
Part of a wave of African antagonism toward the court, it is the third country to announce a pullout in two weeks.
Satellite imagery of the Qayyarah oil field reveals the damage Islamic State militants can inflict even when they are on the run.
The flight of hundreds of displaced Iraqis heightened fears of a growing backlash.
More than 2,500 migrants have left France’s “Jungle” since Monday.
The hunt is now on for the mysterious “accomplice” that made the virus so deadly in Brazil.
A new underground complex will soon show off some of the best finds from the past 1.5 million years.
The controversial president told the United States not to treat his country “like a dog with a leash.”
Britain’s government gave the go-ahead Tuesday to build a new runway at London’s Heathrow airport despite concerns about air pollution, noise and the destruction of hundreds of homes in the capital’s densely populated western neighborhoods.
He pursued closer ties with Washington and obtained $1.5 billion in credit to stave off default.
The radical Islamist group Al-Shabab is suspected to be behind the attack on the border town of Mandera.
Nine more athletes, including six medal winners, were retroactively disqualified from the 2008 Beijing Olympics on Wednesday after failing retests of their doping samples.
The Latest on the influx of asylum-seekers and migrants to Europe (all times local):
Russia on Wednesday withdrew a request to refuel a fleet of Russian warships in Spain, as Britain and NATO allies piled pressure on Madrid over concerns that the ships could be used to ramp up air attacks in Syria.
Iraqi forces moved more than 1,000 people out of villages near Mosul that were recently retaken from the Islamic State group for their safety, officials said Wednesday, as witnesses and Iraqi commanders said the militants have driven hundreds of civilians into the city, using them as human shields.
Kyrgyzstan’s Cabinet has resigned following the breakup of the governing coalition, part of political maneuvering ahead of a constitutional referendum set for this fall in the ex-Soviet Central Asian nation.
U.S. stocks are slightly lower Wednesday afternoon as real estate companies skid. Apple is sliding after its latest results failed to impress investors, pulling technology stocks down with it. However banks and industrial companies are trading higher.