Official and unofficial groups use a variety of tactics to counter fake news promulgated by Moscow.
Disappointed with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, liberal Jews vow to keep fighting for a mixed-gender area at the site.
The U.S. secretary of state said a list of 13 demands included some that would be “very difficult” for Qatar to meet.
But lack of cooperation from locals continues to hamper cleanup efforts at the scenic U.N.-protected site.
The leaders of the world's two biggest democracies finally meet in person.
Both Macron and Schwarzenegger have been outspoken about climate change — and about President Trump.
"I don’t want to say this is how justice is carried out — this can’t be left the way it is,” protesters father said.
He helped solidify his country’s standing as one of the most richly thriving nations on the continent.
Syrian media said at least two people were killed in the strikes, which Israel defended as part of its clear policy.
The Social Democrats, after governing with the chancellor’s center-right bloc, is having trouble offering a clear alternative.
A White House official pointed to both men’s large social media followings as evidence of their appeal.
Fifteen bodies have been found, but 118 people are missing in the village in Sichuan province, state media said.
On Friday night, five tower blocks in Camden, north London, were being evacuated over concerns about flammable cladding. Hundreds of buildings across England were being inspected; 27 reportedly failed safety checks.
The once-booming tech sector is slowing down, and the engineers who helped build it are losing their jobs.
The office once headed by Richard Holbrooke will be absorbed into the State Department.
Pyongyang tried to shift blame onto others but defended its decision to imprison the American student.
An official from the United Arab Emirates condemned the leak of the list, calling it an “attempt to undermine serious mediation.”
Investigators are looking at whether the exterior coverings, known as cladding, fed the fast-moving blaze at the Grenfell Tower.
One report, by the Associated Press, also found that U.S. forces participated in interrogations of prisoners in Yemen.
A high-profile group of Jewish leaders has cancelled a gala event with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to protest his government’s decision to scrap plans for a mixed-gender prayer area at Jerusalem’s Western Wall.
Pakistani officials say the death toll from a massive fuel truck fire the previous day has risen to 157 as four more of the victims died overnight.
A New Zealand law student is taking the government to court over its climate change policies in hopes of forcing it to set more ambitious targets.
Australian official: 3 Australian employees of Crown Resorts plead guilty, sentenced to 9 to 10 months in prison.
Tropical Storm Dora was strengthening quickly off Mexico’s Pacific coast and forecasters said it could become a hurricane on Monday, bringing heavy rains without making a direct hit on land.
A tourist boat packed with about 160 passengers for the holiday weekend capsized Sunday on a reservoir near the Colombian city of Medellin, leaving at least six people dead and 31 missing, officials said.