International pressure on Russia to leave Syrian cross-border access open
Ex-hostage Ingrid Betancourt confronts captors 13 years later
Calls for inquiry as dozens killed, injured, in Ethiopia market airstrike
Iran satellite launch in early June failed: Pentagon
Manhunt for escaped con captivates Brazil, terrifies town
UN assembly condemns US embargo on Cuba, for 29th time
In Berlin, a glimpse of hope for Libya mercenary withdrawal
Iran says foils sabotage attack on atomic energy agency building
Oman launches investment residency scheme for foreigners
Prime Minister Boris Johnson extolled Britain's decision to "take back control of our destiny," five years after a divisive Brexit referendum whose political and economic aftershocks are still...
US new home sales drop for second straight month
Dozens hit in Ethiopia market airstrike Tuesday
Russia says it fired warning shots at UK ship
Taliban control Tajikistan border crossing as Ghani heads to US
North Korea says talks with US would lead 'nowhere'
Three killed in blast near jailed Pakistan militant's home
The United Nations General Assembly designated June 23 as Public Service Day on Dec. 20, 2002.
Police said the 20-year-old woman was beaten up, had her head shaved and then forced to walk through the streets by her relatives over her marriage to a 28-year-old Hindu man.
Thai authorities warn against planned pro-democracy protest
Japan top court backs ban on separate married surnames: media
Taliban still in control of Tajikistan border crossing: Afghan officials
Strong earthquake shakes Peru's capital Lima
Completed transactions of single-family homes dropped 0.9 percent from April to a seasonally adjusted rate of 5.8 million in May.