The head of the U.N.’s World Food Program says progress has been made in Yemen, months after he accused Houthi rebels of stealing food from the hungry by diverting aid
The leader of Italy’s 5-Star Movement says the country should grant citizenship to a 13-year-old Egyptian boy hailed as a hero for alerting police that he and his middle school classmates had been abducted by their bus driver
President Donald Trump says that it’s time to recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights
Ukraine’s top prosecutor says that the U.S. ambassador has given him a list of people who should be immune from prosecution — a claim quickly rejected by the U.S.
US Secretary of State Pompeo visits Jerusalem’s Western Wall with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu
French customs officials are trying to demonstrate what could happen after Brexit.
Police in the northwestern Swiss city of Basel say they have arrested a 75-year-old woman on suspicion of killing a 7-year-old boy on the street
The decision to engage federal authorities thrusts the U.S. intelligence community into a sensitive international investigation.
Opposition leader Juan Guaido says the Venezuelan government is weak and doesn’t “dare” to detain him
An American security contractor at the center of a mysterious case roiling Haitian politics says that he and a group of fellow veterans were sent to Haiti on a mission to protect a businessman signing a contract at the country’s central bank
Iraqi officials say the death toll from the sinking of a river ferry overloaded with people celebrating the Kurdish new year in northern Iraq has risen to 71
Twelve Yemeni and international human rights organizations called on France to stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia and do more to end the war in Yemen
Iraqi official says death toll from ferry sinking in Tigris River near Mosul has risen to 71
Austria’s Constitutional Court has thrown out complaints by Turkish imams expelled under a 2015 law that prevents religious communities from getting funding from foreign states
It was the latest setback for Mosul, a city that has struggled to rebuild after the bloody 2017 battle against the Islamic State.
Police arrested Temer in Sao Paolo on charges that include wrongdoing while in office.
Cyprus’ interior minister says he has asked the European Union for access to its security intelligence network in order to better screen arriving migrants
A federal judge has issued an arrest warrant for ex-President Michel Temer on corruption charges
Rio prosecutors: Arrest warrant issued for former Brazilian President Michel Temer on corruption chargers
“The sole duty of every member of Parliament is to do what he or she thinks is right," John Bercow said.
Wikipedia’s German-language page has been blacked out in protest of a proposal to change European Union copyright rules
Prosecutors in Berlin and the neighboring state of Brandenburg are interviewing former members of East Germany’s secret police about the 1988 Lockerbie bombing
Original artifacts from Tutankhamun’s tomb are on display in Paris in an exhibit celebrating the centenary of the discovery of the most famous pharaoh’s treasures
Germany’s transport ministry has issued its first operating license for a driver assistance system meant to reduce the number of cyclists or pedestrians killed by turning vehicles
Turkey’s president has again screened clips of a video taken by the Christchurch mosque gunman, a day before the foreign minister of New Zealand — which is trying to stop its use — is due in Turkey
An Iraqi official says a ferry overloaded with people celebrating the Kurdish new year sank in the Tigris river near Mosul, killing at least 40 people
Iraqi official says ferry sinks in Tigris River near Mosul, killing 40 people
The former Trump diplomat implied Finland as an example of where universal health care doesn’t work.
The detention of Roberto Marrero, immediately condemned by the United States, could signal a new crackdown on the opposition by embattled President Nicolás Maduro.
Thursday’s decisions could determine whether Britain crashes out of the E.U. next week.
US Secretary of State Pompeo to visit Jerusalem’s Western Wall with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu
The Netherlands has woken up to a new star of right-wing populism, as the party of a Latin-quoting, philosophy-reading lawmaker surged past anti-Islam firebrand Geert Wilders — and all other politicians — in important local elections
Some Brits say the government is broken. Now parliament’s website is, too.
Counter-terrorism officers in central England are investigating attacks on five mosques in which windows were apparently shattered by a sledgehammer
A deeper look at New Zealand’s new ban on “military-style” semi-automatic weapons like the ones used in mosque attacks
Portugal is sending an intervention taskforce to help in the search and rescue of survivors in Mozambique following the devastation caused by Cyclone Idai
More than 300 soldiers have arrived in Germany from their base in Texas in the first test of a new American strategy to rapidly deploy U.S.-based troops to Europe to bolster the NATO deterrent against possible Russian aggression
The suspect is expected to face a judge on Friday.
Indonesian transportation officials denied dramatic details of the cockpit voice recorder that had been leaked to media.
Polish authorities have refused to invite a Russian delegation to a commemoration ceremony marking the anniversary of the outbreak of World War II
Police in southern Germany say they have arrested two people suspected of making and spreading child porn following raids at several locations, including a child care center
The government will start buying back military-style weapons to remove them from circulation after a gunman killed 50 worshipers at two mosques..
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned that her country risks being viewed as an unreliable partner in joint European defense industry projects
Dutch prosecutors say they will charge the main suspect in a deadly tram shooting with offenses including multiple murder or manslaughter with a terrorist intent
A recently filed criminal indictment offers a surprising snapshot of the Islamic State’s online “e-jihad” operation.
Venezuelan security forces search the homes of two key supporters of opposition leader Juan Guaido, who is escalating a campaign to oust President Nicolas Maduro
Dutch prosecutors: Suspect in Utrecht tram shooting to be charged with murder or manslaughter with terrorist intent
Two former Philippine officials have filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court accusing Chinese President Xi Jinping of crimes against humanity over his government’s assertive actions in the disputed South China Sea
Pakistani provincial lawmakers assail marches held on International Women’s Day as anti-Islamic
Vietnamese police have arrested eight Chinese suspected of drug trafficking after seizing 300 kilograms (660 pounds) of methamphetamine worth up to $26 million
Electoral systems, courts and the influence of lobby groups are among the key factors.
Turkey’s foreign minister says the defense chiefs of Turkey and Greece could meet soon as part of new confidence-building measures aimed at reducing tensions between the NATO allies
The child arrived at the hospital with no pulse and had spent 30 minutes in cardiac arrest before pediatric surgeons managed to revive her.
As of Wednesday evening, the girl is in stable condition and doing “extremely well.”
It’s not “Black Mirror.” But does this push Chinese to clean up their online and offline behavior?
The most severe economic crisis in recorded Latin American history is getting worse.
A week after Cyclone Idai hit coastal Mozambique and swept across the country to Zimbabwe, its flooding, destruction and death continues in southern Africa, making it one of the most destructive natural disasters in the region’s recent history
A few thousand opposition protesters have gathered in front of Albania’s parliament building calling for the government’s resignation and an early election
The chairman of Indonesia’s transportation safety agency has confirmed that a third pilot was in the cockpit of the next-to-last flight of a Lion Air Boeing 737 Max 8
South Sudan spends millions on cars, home renovations instead of peace, internal reports show
Prime Minister Theresa May is trying to persuade European Union leaders to delay Brexit by up to three months, just eight days before Britain is scheduled to leave the bloc
China’s commerce ministry says U.S. officials will be in Beijing next week for the next round of high-level trade talks
Pakistani court sentences 2 men to life in prison over 2017 killing of university student falsely accused of blasphemy
Six days after the cyclone made landfall aid agencies still lack the boats and aircraft to rescue those stranded by the water.
Whiskey distilleries are popping up across Germany, producing a craft product to help fill a growing demand
Jordan’s king vows to keep protecting Islamic, Christian holy sites in Jerusalem, calling it a ‘red line’ for his country
South Korean police say they’ve arrested four people on suspicion of secretly filming about 1,600 guests in hotel rooms and posting or streaming the footage on the internet
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen is visiting her island’s diplomatic allies in the Pacific on a tour that will end with a stopover in Hawaii
International charity says dozens of migrants suffering from malnutrition in detention center in Libya’s capital
US Secretary of State Pompeo’s Lebanon visit to underscore Trump administration’s displeasure over Hezbollah gains