People on both sides of the debate about whether the U.K. should remain in the EU exchanged charges recently.
The painting, which depicts a burning tyre, house and flower, appeared on the wall of Bridge Farm during the half-term holiday.
Prince Harry met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to promote the Invictus Games, which will be held in Canada next week.
Anonymous hacktivists have made good on a promise to hassle Turkey over Ankara’s alleged support of the Islamic State group.
Channel 4 beat rival interest from ITV to grab rights to broadcast 10 races a season between 2016 and 2018.
A former head of MI6 says the demise of the Islamic State group would require "much more work and a much longer-term, much more generational-type struggle."
As many as 150 bodies of crime victims may have been dumped into a pit in Morelos, an area known for kidnappings in the central region of the country.
The fund's chief says global economies still face substantial risks and that "continued monetary policies and improved financial stability" constitute the best course.
Saudi Arabia Says It Has Taken In 2.5 Million Syrian Refugees, Amid Criticism Of Gulf States' Response To Syria Crisis
The Islamic kingdom claims it has accepted more than 2.5 million Syrian refugees, amid criticism of the response to the crisis by wealthy Gulf states.
A number of far-right demonstrators protesting the construction of a mosque broke through police lines and began fighting with anti-racism counterprotesters.
Costa Rica's Ministry of Justice and Peace posted a mugshot online of the bird, using the headline "narcopaloma," meaning "drugs dove."
The Queen will lead the events, joined by the Duke of Edinburgh, Prime Minister David Cameron and former prisoners of war.
Less than a month ago a coroner ruled that neglect had played a part in the deaths of the soldiers.
The closing of a beach in France to enhance the security of visiting Saudi King Salman has prompted a furious reaction by locals and pleas for the president to intervene.
After agreeing to part with the Financial Times, the U.K. publishing outfit Pearson is negotiating the sale of its stake in the group that produces the Economist.
Accused Chattanooga gunman Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez reportedly texted a friend a link to an Islamic verse the night before embarking on a shooting spree.
"For me, Gaza is not only my home but my life and in my blood. ... I didn't leave because I physically cannot. Gaza is my land."
As Greeks vote in a referendum that will likely decide their future in the EU, bitter divisions are emerging among the electorate, with friends and even families at odds.
The announcement that Jim Murphy will resign came despite him surviving a vote of no confidence at a meeting of the party's national executive in Glasgow.
As the official death toll from the earthquake nears 2,000, aftershocks measuring magnitude 6.8 struck the country Sunday.
The governor of Iraq's strife-torn Anbar province says the situation is spiraling out of control to an unprecedented degree.
Some in the crowd addressed by Jacob Zuma say his response to a spate of xenophobic attacks in the country came too late.
Reports indicate the children, with ages between 12 and 15, will be either held for ransom or trained as fighters for the Islamic State group.
U.S. President Barack Obama also described Hillary Clinton as a "formidable candidate in 2008" and an outstanding secretary of state.
A possible feud at the mosque could have driven the murder, police sources said.
Mohammad Javad Zarif emphasized Iran could pull back from a deal on its nuclear program in the event world powers do not live up to their promises.
The Red Cross had called for an immediate pause in hostilities to deliver life-saving medical aid, saying three of its shipments had been blocked.
A group of 43 students from the same college are believed to have been murdered by a drug gang, with the connivance of local officials.
Germanwings Crash: Black Box Recorder Transcript Details Final Moments As Andreas Lubitz Piloted Aircraft Into Mountain
Transcripts published Sunday detail the final moments of the flight, as the captain battered the cockpit door, demanding to be let in.
The flight was carrying 137 people, when it experienced difficulties landing at Halifax airport. No fatalities were reported.