The World Health Organization is concerned about avian influenza, noting the diversity of flu viruses currently circulating is unprecedented.
Authorities in Bremen say they have been receiving tips about a potential Islamist attack since Feb. 27.
The CEO of digital currency business Independent Reserve died at the scene after his motorcycle hit a pole in Phuket.
Prior to its official unveiling at the Mobile World Congress press conference, a YouTube video and print ad showcase the Watch from Huwaei.
In his first statement after weeks of house arrest, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi says he is still president and called on rebels to leave the capital.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says if Jewish people aren’t safe in Europe, then they are encouraged to migrate to Israel.
The Islamic State group poses a "direct threat to the USA," according to 84 percent of Americans surveyed in a recent poll.
The Irish legislation will mandate 10-year prison sentences for anybody found guilty of promoting terrorism.
The move is significant, as the Gulf country had withdrawn all of its planes from the coalition against ISIS last month.
Some of the victims have reportedly died, while others are being treated in local hospital.
The mother of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto has publicly expressed her grief, after a video purported to show his murder by ISIS.
The country's police, who do not carry firearms as standard, say they need the weapons to combat the threat of terrorism.
Indian authorities installed 15,000 security cameras and put 40,000 security personnel on the streets for the U.S. president's visit.
More than 4 million people have been affected by power cuts and water rationing because of the drought.
California-born millionaire Doug Richard was arrested this month by City of London Police.
Ten people are now believed to have been killed during protests in Niger, where anger erupted over cartoons published by Charlie Hebdo.
A British campaign group reported that Muslims in the country had experienced a sharp rise in harassment following the Paris attacks.
A U.S. Defense Department report says many of the service members who took their own lives may have been suffering from PTSD.
Thousands of French citizens and almost two dozen world leaders will turn out Sunday to condemn the terrorist acts that rocked the country.
The social-media titan says he was threatened by a Pakistani extremist over Facebook's refusal to ban content on the Prophet Muhammad.