"You’re going to see more actions in Africa, not less,” says Sen. Graham.
The mayor of Turkey’s capital says he is resigning, apparently succumbing to weeks of pressure from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
A Canadian man’s decision to belt out a 1990s dance hit while inside his car has landed him a $149 ticket for being too loud in public.
Moroccan authorities say they have arrested six people suspected of being involved in the “terrorist plans” of an extremist cell allegedly linked to the Islamic State group.
Jamie Harron was trying to stop his drink from spilling. Now he is the subject of the latest anecdote illustrating just how different things are in Dubai.
Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews from a radical sect are again blocking roads in Jerusalem bringing traffic to a standstill and scuffling with police and passers-by.
The rallying cry erupted, almost precisely, after 17 minutes and 14 seconds of soccer in the match between Barcelona and Malaga.
The Russian National Guard says one of its officers has shot and killed four other servicemen dead before being killed by guards.
The U.S. ambassador to the U.N. says her government will continue sending aid to South Sudan despite the stalling of a peace process to end the civil war that has killed tens of thousands.
Cambridge University has put Stephen Hawking’s doctoral thesis online, triggering such interest that it crashed the university’s website.
A Rwandan court has denied bail to a critic of President Paul Kagame.
At least 19 people are dead following a violent weekend in Mexico’s southern state of Guerrero, home to the resort of Acapulco.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is on an unannounced trip to Iraq just hours after returning from a similar surprise visit to Afghanistan.
Tillerson makes unannounced visit to Iraq, hours after similar trip to Afghanistan.
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A Burundian rebel group says Tanzanian authorities have arrested four of its top leaders.
Britain will give Canada the shipwrecks of British explorer John Franklin, who tried to chart the Northwest Passage through the Canadian Arctic in 1845.
The Czech government has approved spending 450 million koruna ($20.6 million) to buy a communist-era pig farm at the site of a former Nazi concentration camp for Roma.
A doctors’ association in Malawi says some health workers have been attacked by mobs convinced that blood-sucking vampires are roaming some parts of the country.
In an unusually blunt address to parliament, Israel’s president has accused the government of delegitimizing state institutions as part of a campaign of stifling opposition.