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.
The attack, claimed by the Pakistani Taliban, ended a relative lull in the country’s major cities.
The changes would have brought the judiciary further under the control of the ruling party.
The blast occurred near the residence of prominent politician from the Hazara ethnic minority.
In Warsaw, Trump said nothing about the rule of law or preservation of democracy.
Their lawyer said there was no longer any time for an experimental treatment on which the couple had pinned their hopes.
Her case has put a spotlight on a new attacker profile in Europe: underage terrorists.
A “micro-survey” project is seeking information on life from inside North Korea.
The company’s work in Germany is illustrative. It helped cut wait times, but at a cost.
Nation grapples with profound questions — as political as they are existential — following Sarah Halimi’s vicious slaying.
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.
Albania’s new president has been sworn in during an extraordinary session of parliament.
Interior ministers from 14 nations and the EU have decided at a meeting in Tunisia to boost cooperation to tackle the migrant crisis along the often deadly central Mediterranean route, with commitments to treat the causes of migration in home and transit countries and beef up action against migrant trafficking.
A security leak in Sweden in 2015 is causing reverberations in the Scandinavian country two years later with Prime Minister Stefan Lofven saying it was “a disaster,” exposing the nation to harm.
A Taliban suicide bomber killed 24 people in a horrific early morning assault in a neighborhood where prominent politicians reside, causing residents and analysts to question the government’s ability to protect Afghanistan’s capital.
A United Nations envoy says he sees little chance of failed talks to reunify ethnically split Cyprus restarting anytime soon.
Austrian emergency crews say a fire has broken out on a Danube River cruise ship, forcing the evacuation of nearly 200 people. They say eight people had to be treated for smoke inhalation.