An Indian father has refused to accept the body of his son, accused of being involved in a train bombing reportedly conducted by Islamic State group operatives.
Vice Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Paul Selva said Russia's new nuclear-capable missile is testing NATO's limits in Europe.
In the latest development, the U.S. and Russia appeared to have adopted a joint stance against Turkey, a move beneficial to the Syrian government and Kurds, but devastating for rebels.
The Islamic State group's elusive leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, may have escaped the group's largest and last stronghold in Iraq.
Two political refugees from Bangladesh told Japanese media they were deceived by a contractor offering them visa extensions in return for dangerous radiation cleanup in Fukushima.
Three years after the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, International Business Times looks back at the largest air-sea operation in history and what it uncovered.
Alibaba founder and Chairman Jack Ma demanded the Chinese government crack down on fake goods as the country and his company suffer reputational blows.
An investigation by the U.S. Special Operations Command reportedly found that a Jordanian corporal acted alone in killing three U.S. soldiers in November.
The European Court of Justice ruled that EU member states such as Beglium have no obligation to grant humanitarian visas.
Malaysia's police chief told reporters authorities detained seven suspects inspired by the Islamic State group and foreign rebels attempting to kill Saudi Arabia's King Salman.
After the latest setback in the costly, oft-delayed Fukushima cleanup, Tokyo's power company said it needed new ideas to build robots capable of surviving the deadly radiation inside.
President Donald Trump sparred with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer over their alleged links to Russia.
U.K. actor Riz Ahmed said racism in the media gave credibility to propaganda put forth by jihadist groups such as the Islamic State group trying to recruit young minorities.
China has nearly doubled its weapons sales in the past five years as part of a global strategy to expand its political sphere of influence.
Cement company LafargeHolcim offered to help build President Donald Trump's proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall the same day it admitted to working militant groups in Syria.
Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell said that the threat by jihadist groups such as al Qaeda and the Islamic State group to airports was "going to get worse."
The E.U. Parliament voted to restrict visa-free access to its 28 member states for all U.S. citizens until Washington granted the same status to five eastern European countries and Cyprus.
Former President Barack Obama has moved into the luxury Washington neighborhood of Kalorama along with diplomats, entrepreneurs and associates of President Donald Trump.
The United Arab Emirates hosted a rare, dramatic display of its military forces in front of a crowd of onlookers as relations between Gulf Arab countries and Iran remained tense.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and supporters gathered to support a recent bill intended to halt U.S. funding to Syrian rebel groups accused of having links to the Islamic State group and al-Qaeda.