Trump-related controversy struck the American scouts. But in this European nation, scouting is political.
Raila Odinga said he will take his allegations of vote rigging to the country’s supreme court. .
The drop in the number of asylum seekers comes as advocates warn of rising risks for migrants.
Three schools were vandalized this weekend in Melbourne.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has styled himself as a leader of Jews everywhere, drew flak for giving no response to Charlottesville at all.
In unscripted remarks Tuesday, Trump once again blamed “both sides” for the violence in Charlottesville.
Online celebrations in extremist circles clashed with the more measured tone of far-right leaders.
The extremist group steps up efforts to target the country, including recruiting Sunni minorities to carry out attacks.
The Japanese family never knew what happened to their brother until flag’s return.
U.S. Joint Chiefs chairman stresses diplomacy, but notes ‘full range’ of military options at ready
Strict laws against hate speech are at the heart of the Europeans’ reckoning with the Nazi past.
Authorities are calling it a terrorist attack in this country targeted by al-Qaeda in the past.
The iconic landmark is taking a long time-out for repairs.
As the search for Swedish journalist Kim Wall continues, police have arrested the Danish submarine owner on a charge of involuntary manslaughter.
But Beijing also warns Washington not to split the international coalition by starting a trade war.
Neighbors slaughtered neighbors; childhood friends became sworn enemies.
A coalition spokesman dismissed an Islamic State claim of responsibility for the deaths.
In the face of a potential indictment, the Israeli leader has taken aim at the media.
The Latest on Vice President Mike Pence’s trip to Latin America (all times local):
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Wednesday that tensions on the Korean peninsula are at their highest level in decades and said it’s important “to dial down the rhetoric and to dial up diplomacy.”
Lebanon’s parliament on Wednesday abolished a law that allowed rapists to avoid prison by marrying their victims.
Kenya’s opposition will challenge the results of last week’s presidential election in Supreme Court and wage a campaign of civil disobedience, its leader announced Wednesday, saying they intend to expose a “computer-generated presidency.”
A man in Rome confessed to authorities Wednesday to killing his sister, whose dismembered legs were accidentally found in a city trash bin while her head and remaining body parts were later discovered in a garbage container on another street, police said.
Gunmen stormed one of Guatemala’s largest hospitals and opened fire early Wednesday in an attempt to free an imprisoned gang member, officials said. At least six people were reported killed and five were arrested.