The second attempt to lift the fuselage of the crashed AirAsia jetliner has failed as
Philippine police clash with Muslim rebels in south, at least 30 dead
Egypt closed access to Tahrir Square after a female activist was shot dead during a protest commemorating the fourth anniversary of the popular uprising...
Russia's Lavrov says Moscow ready to push for peaceful solution in east Ukraine
Barack Obama arrives in New Delhi on Sunday for an unprecedented second visit to India by a serving US president aimed a
U. S. ambivalence towards Moscow talks shows pressure easing on Syria's Assad
A group that has staged regular anti‑Islam protests in Germany's eastern city of Dresden is ho
Bangladesh charges opposition chief with instigating attack on bus
The World Health Organization is debating how to reform itself after botching the response to the Ebola
Obama vows to ratchet up pressure on Moscow over Ukraine
The death of King Abdullah, a close U. S. ally who used Saudi oil wealth to ward off political change after the Arab Spring, prompted world leaders...
Greek voters go to the polls today in an election that will determine whether the country that...
King Salman, Saudi Arabia’s new ruler, will keep Oil Minister Ali Al‑Naimi in his post, bolstering expectations that he will continue the...
President Barack Obama arrived in New Delhi Sunday with expectations for strengthening a bond with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and laying the...
India’s foreign‑exchange reserves rose to a record as policy makers looked to protect the economy against outflows from a probable increase in...
A Japanese hostage was shown killed in a purported Islamic State video after a deadline passed for Japan to pay a $200 million ransom, according to the...
President Barack Obama asked Congress Tuesday to authorize military action against Islamic State extremists, saying the U. S. can defeat them without being...