Human rights groups in Central African Republic say a former warlord who fought in the anti-Balaka militia has been sentenced to life in prison, a first for this conflict-wracked country.
Erdogan's remarks came as Turkish forces clashed with Kurdish fighters in northern Syria for the third day.
Revolutions do not live by bread alone. They need polarization, too.
South Africa’s ruling party said Monday it is considering whether to order President Jacob Zuma to step down as head of state.
Pence, in AP interview, says the ‘door’s open’ for the Palestinians to enter peace negotiations.
British prosecutors have described the suspect in the June attack near London’s Finsbury Park Mosque as a “ticking time bomb” who became convinced that all Muslims were extremists or rapists in pedophile gangs after watching a television show on child exploitation in north-central England.
North Korea is using “soft power” to try to win over skeptics ahead of the Winter Olympics.
The daughter of a Hong Kong-based bookseller who was secretly detained in China says he has been taken away by Chinese authorities again after being released into house arrest last October.
Egypt’s state news agency says two policemen will go on trial next month on charges of killing a detainee.
Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson has met with Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi to discuss the potential return of Rohingya Muslim refugees who fled from Myanmar after being attacked by the military and Buddhist mobs.
Poland’s right-wing government faced pressure on Monday to act forcefully against far-right extremists following an expose of Polish neo-Nazis who celebrated Adolf Hitler, burning a swastika and dressing in Nazi German uniforms.
A Moscow district court has ordered the closure of the foundation crucial to the failed election campaign of opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Czech police have identified a second victim from Germany in a hotel fire in downtown Prague that killed four.
The U.K. Independence Party, which played a key role in Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, is in disarray as its leader resists growing calls to quit.
Two companies plan a network of fast-charging stations for battery-powered cars in Europe that they say will help drivers of electric vehicles travel in and among the region’s main cities.
Yemeni security officials say Houthi rebels fired Katyusha rockets on a military parade near the central city of Taiz, killing four civilians, including a local journalist, in an apparent assassination attempt on the interior minister and his deputy.
The last American man standing at the Australian Open is through to the quarterfinals.
Vice President Mike Pence says US Embassy in Jerusalem will open next year.
In an era of power tennis, Hsieh Su-wei plays a very different game full of two-handed drop shots, artful lobs and deceptively spinning slices.
An ejector seat maker has acknowledged breaching health and safety laws in connection with the death of a pilot belonging to Britain’s Red Arrows aerobatic display team.