The new Kate Middleton: Like Prince William, Netherlands' new King Willem-Alexander has a wife far more captivating than he is.
The U.N. held it's annual Day of Remembrance for victims of chemical warfare, while debate still rages over what to do about Syria's violations.
Italy swore in a new government on Sunday, featuring the country's first black minister and an unprecedented number of women.
No deaths have yet been reported in what is believed to be a natural gas explosion in Prague.
The English-language Egypt Independent breathed its last this week after a run of four years.
The Taliban said its members will be increasing attacks after the deadliest month of the year so far in Afghanistan.
The trial of Kenneth Bae, a Korean-American arrested six months ago, started Saturday. He could face the death penalty.
Death Of The Brick: Samsung Galaxy, Apple iPhone And Other Smartphones Finally Taking Over The World
Nokia's was once the market leader in the mobile-phone space, but it hasn't transitioned well to smartphones.
A Mississippi man was arrested and charged in connection with letters containing ricin sent to Obama.
Russia threatens to ban couples from countries where same-sex marriage is legal from adopting Russian orphans.
A 28-year-old female U.S. Navy sailor used her training to fight off an attempted rapist in Dubai.
The Boston Marathon bombing suspect is well enough to leave intensive care and be held at Fort Devens, Mass.
Female Afghan Police Officers Subject To Sexual Harassment And Assault By Colleagues: Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch says the harassment and sexual assault of female police officers by male coworkers is a societal problem.
The U.S. says Syria crossed a "red line." But still no word on what might happen next.
Among the human casualties, one of Syria's greatest landmarks has also fallen to the violence.
Enrico Letta, until recently the deputy leader of the Democratic Party in Italy, has just been named Italy's new Prime Minister -- if he can find a majority, that is.
The Bangladesh building collapse is the latest of many industrial accidents -- an endemic problem about which the government is doing nothing.
A clash of ethnicities in a far-west Chinese region has left 21 dead, the most since July 2009, when 200 people died.
What will, and what should, the U.S. do if it's true that a "red line" in the Syrian conflict has been crossed?
New bird flu infections are spreading outward from Shanghai, Chinese officials said on Tuesday.
India's Rape Nightmare: Second Man Arrested In Connection With 5-Year-Old's Abduction, Prompts More National Soul Searching
More protests have sprung up around the Delhi Gate in New Delhi after another man was arrested in connection with the rape and torture of a 5-year-old girl.
Despite the commonly accepted narrative that Bashar Assad is a bad man who has to go, some in the West still support the Syrian president.
Never heard of German rapper Bushido? He's big in his home country, and he's also allegedly buddies with the mafia.
Following the death of two staff members, a Red Cross spokesman warns that the situation in Afghanistan is only going to get worse.
Saddam's former foreign minister and deputy premier says the dictator was "mentally ill" when he invaded Kuwait.
The Gulf kingdom is cracking down on protesters just days before the F1 motor race is scheduled.
Human Rights Watch put out a statement condemning Hamas's inaction on the murders of seven Palestinian men last November.
Syria Asks UN To Classify Rebel Allies Jabhat Al-Nusra Front As Terrorist Group For Ties To Al-Qaeda
Any sanctions that the U.N. might place on al-Nusra would freeze their assets, prohibit transfers of arms, and subject members to a travel ban
Of the four countries that occupy the bottom of the list, the U.S. is by far the richest.
Israel Operating In Syria? New Report Points To Signs Israel Is Providing Medical Care To Wounded Rebels
Israel has been covertly aiding Syrian rebels with medical resources for months, and some wounded fighters are taken to Israel for treatment.