German authorities say a passenger jet with 88 people on board overshot the end of the runway on the North Sea island of Sylt, but nobody was injured in the incident.
Almost 40 years after their first kiss, Karl and Bodo are getting hitched.
Turkey’s official news agency says police have detained a suspect in connection with the murder of a prominent Syrian activist and her U.S.-born daughter.
Mexicans respond that politicians should stop filling their pockets, instead of turning to citizens for quake assistance.
Swedish police say they have detained some 20 people, mostly foreigners, ahead of a right-wing demonstration in Sweden’s second-largest city.
The Latest on developments in Iraq (all times local):
A British newspaper is reporting that the Welsh climber killed by falling rock in Yosemite National Park this week died while trying to shield his wife.
Officials in far east Russia say a soldier who opened fire at other servicemen during drills has been tracked down and killed.
Conservative and Islamist activists have recently used the kind of anti-communist propaganda that fueled the 1965 killings to attack moderate President Joko Widodo.
Israeli nuclear whistleblower Mordecai Vanunu has been granted permission to immigrate to Norway so he can be united with his Norwegian wife.
The Latest on Catalonia’s plans to hold a referendum Sunday on breaking away from Spain (all times local):
Parents, children and activists in Catalonia are starting a day of activities after spending the night in schools designated as polling stations for Sunday’s vote on the region’s independence from Spain.
A Mexico City borough president said officials from a previous administration ignored warnings that unauthorized construction work had damaged the structural integrity of a school that collapsed during a powerful earthquake.
The farmers came out to demand the right to vote in Sunday’s controversial referendum, which seeks to ask citizens of Catalonia whether they want to break from Spain.
Baghdad also threatened to close land borders and deploy troops to disputed areas, and Iraq’s highest Shiite religious authority denounced the Kurdish referendum.
The path to statehood is rarely easy; often its bloody.
A daily commute in Mumbai, India’s financial capital, turned into a scene of horror.
A village discussion echoes a global conversation about the costs of compassion.
In the largest rally in recent memory, throngs of university and high school students, draped in Catalan flags, marched for the right to vote in Sunday’s independence referendum.
Chinese traders complain that sanctions are hurting, but they are still not effective enough to strangle Pyongyang.
The unverified recording referred to geopolitical developments, including U.S. tensions with North Korea, in an apparent attempt to quell reports the leader had been killed.
A 20-square-mile island in the Caribbean reveals some of the hurricane’s worst devastation on U.S. soil.
President Trump agreed to “enhanced deployment” after meeting with the South Korean leader.
Abdulhakim Belhadj and other leaders of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group are helping reshape the war-torn North African country.
Raw sewage is flowing into the water, worsening a pollution problem.
The Taliban and the Islamic State issued competing assertions of responsibility.
Baghdad vows tough action as several regional airlines say they will suspend flights to the Kurdish region.
Soldiers descended on a gathering of villagers at a roadside kiosk and quickly drew their guns. An accusation led to words, words led to scuffles and finally, an act of humiliation that was expected and intolerable at once. The soldiers viciously dragged two young men from the village to a waiting car, slapping their heads as […]
Women in the kingdom still require permission from a male guardian to do many activities.
The incendiary language from Pyongyang is just the usual anti-Americanism, analysts say.