Canada To Join US In Anti-ISIS Airstrikes In Syria
March 31 2015 5:16 AM EDT
Following Monday's vote, Canada will become only the second NATO country, after the U.S., to conduct airstrikes in Syria.
North Korea Warns Seoul Of 'Merciless Punishment'
March 31 2015 2:22 AM EDT
North Korea warned the South against allowing a U.N. human rights watchdog to set up operations in Seoul.
G20 Leaders' Personal Details Accidentally Leaked
March 30 2015 8:44 AM EDT
The privacy breach by the organizers had affected a total of 31 leaders who attended the summit last year.
South Korea Picks Lockheed-Backed Firm For Fighter Jet Deal
March 30 2015 7:51 AM EDT
The $7.84 billion project, Korean Fighter Experimental, or KF-X, will help replace the country's decade-old fleet of fighter jets.
Flood Alert Declared In India's Kashmir, Dozens Trapped
March 30 2015 4:34 AM EDT
The latest warning comes even as the state is still struggling to restore the damage caused by September's floods that killed over 300 people.
After Germanwings Crash, Australia Implements 'Rule Of Two' In Cockpits
March 30 2015 2:34 AM EDT
The new rule requires a flight attendant to be present whenever the pilot or co-pilot leaves the cockpit.
Conman Uses Fake Court Bail To Escape Prison
March 28 2015 8:56 AM EDT
Neil Moore had registered a bogus website in the name of the investigating officer.
At Least 24 Die Due To Al-Shabab Siege At Somalian Hotel
March 28 2015 6:17 AM EDT
Somali security forces battled with Islamist militants from Friday to Saturday, eventually breaking the siege, but not before many people were killed.
Officer-Involved Shooting In District Of Columbia Leaves 1 Man Injured
March 28 2015 6:10 AM EDT
No officers were injured during the incident at Clay Terrace Northeast.
US Steps Up Aid For Saudi Arabia In Battle Against Houthi Rebels
March 28 2015 4:42 AM EDT
The rebels, who have been denounced by several leaders, have taken control over the country's capital Sanaa and the government.
'We Should Not Rush To Conclusions'
March 27 2015 8:25 AM EDT
A French pilots' union is filing a lawsuit because information about the plane's last moments were released to the media before they were made known to prosecutors.
France Asks Lufthansa For Information On Co-Pilot
March 27 2015 7:20 AM EDT
Police officials searched both houses used by co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who is suspected of crashing Flight 9525 in the Alps.
Fresno Deputy Police Chief, 3 Others, Arrested On Drug Charges
March 27 2015 5:24 AM EDT
The officer was arrested after a year-long joint investigation conducted by the ATF and the FBI.
No Murder Charge For Woman Accused Of Cutting Baby From Mother's Womb
March 27 2015 2:20 AM EDT
The pregnant woman was answering a Craigslist ad for baby clothes when she was attacked and her fetus removed.
Singapore Bakery Pulls Lee Kuan Yew Buns
March 26 2015 8:43 AM EDT
The bakery’s decision came after it was slammed on social media for using the death of the country's founding father as a marketing ploy to sell its products.
Indian Police Arrest First Suspect In Nun Rape Case
March 26 2015 7:48 AM EDT
A group of six men had vandalized a church, stolen money and later raped a nun at the premises.
Amnesty Condemns Palestine Militants For War Crimes
March 26 2015 4:52 AM EDT
Last year's Gaza conflict claimed the lives of over 2,100 Palestinians, mostly civilians, and 66 soldiers and six civilians in Israel.
At Least 14 Dead, Several Injured In Construction Accident In Vietnam
March 26 2015 2:26 AM EDT
There were over 40 people present at the construction site when the scaffold collapsed, critically injuring many workers.
Chinese Restaurant In Kenya Shut Down After Being Accused Of Racism
March 25 2015 8:46 AM EDT
The restaurant allegedly had a rule of not allowing Africans inside the place after 5:00 p.m.
Michelle Obama's 'Bald' Look On 'Jeopardy' Creates Social Media Stir
March 25 2015 6:13 AM EDT
The first lady was on Tuesday's airing of the game show "Jeopardy" to talk about healthy eating habits.