Liberal and conservative parties continue to dominate the European Union Parliament.
The German government as warned against Jews in the country from donning the Kippa, due to fears that anti-Semitic attacks are on the rise.
President Donald Trump has dismissed concerns over recent North Korean missile tests.
Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif said that Iran has pledged to defend itself after the United States decided to move 1,500 troops to the Gulf region.
Robin Fisher collapsed while descending the Everest, soon after he had summited the world's tallest mountain.
The World Health Organization unveiled a plan this week to deal with a forgotten health crisis, snakebites.
British Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation on Friday. The PM was in tears while announcing her decision to quit.
"Shaheen-II is a highly capable missile which meets Pakistan’s strategic needs towards maintenance of desired deterrence stability in the region,” Pakistani military's media wing, Inter-Services...
The U.S. has been fighting a war with Iran for decades – an economic war fought via sanctions that has intensified over the past year.
Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party improved on their last year's score in the 542-member lower house of the Indian Parliament, the Lok Sabha.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is a billionaire who likes to spend lavishly.
The Islamic State is staging a resurgence in West Africa, with the group having claimed the executions of 29 Nigerian soldiers.
"The United States must return our cargo ship without delay," North Korea’s UN Ambassador Kim Song said Tuesday.
The first auction is scheduled to take place Sunday at Los Pinos, the former presidential residence. Proceeds from the sale of the assets, including cars, will go to two poor municipalities in the...
British Steel, the U.K.'s second largest steel producer, is on the brink of collapse, leaving thousands of jobs at risk.
Indonesia's President Joko Widodo has beaten rival Prabowo Subianto to win a second term in office.
The 16th largest bank in the world, Deutsche, denied allegations reported by the New York Times that it did not report potential suspicious activity in Trump-Kushner accounts to US Treasury.
The Central Bank of Russia has lowered its shares of U.S. currency, as Russian financial services increasingly turn towards the Chinese Yuan.
Travelers, many of whom were forced to wait inside grounded airplanes or inside the Manchester airport building for over five hours, described the situation as “absolute carnage" and "total shambles.”
The Piper PA-32-260 plane was headed to the tourist port city of Trujillo, about 49 miles from Roatán island, when it went down.
An explosion targeting a tourist bus injured at least 14 people near the famous Giza Pyramid.
President Donald Trump has renewed his threat to make war against Iran.
A small stretch of Germany's autobahn has began testing a system that will allow trucks to charge as they drive by connecting the vehicles to overhead cables.
Demand for the electric-vehicle pioneer's products is cooling off. Yet there are two potential catalysts that could get Tesla moving in the right direction again.