An international charity says a shooting at a detention center for migrants in Libya’s capital has left one migrant dead and two others injured
Here’s what to know about the Duke of Edinburgh's life and legacy.
Iran says it has begun mechanical tests on its newest advanced nuclear centrifuges, even as the five world powers that remain in a foundering 2015 nuclear deal with Iran attempt to bring the U.S. back into the agreement
The United Arab Emirates has named the next two astronauts in its space program, including the country’s first female astronaut
Chadian President Idriss Deby Itno is seeking to extend his three-decade long rule, running for a sixth time in this oil-producing Central African nation that is home to nearly half a million refugees and also plays a prominent role in the fight against Islamic extremism in the Sahel
Young people have hurled bricks, fireworks and gasoline bombs at police and set hijacked cars on fire during a week of violence on the streets of Northern Ireland
Russia’s moves are seen more as a statement of resolve than as a prelude to an offensive.
Authorities seek favorable narrative after putting down rare challenge to King Abdullah.
In both countries, conservatives are embracing a doctrine of anti-anti-racism.
Rebecca Maher didn't get to hold her youngest child.
Canada's third wave of the pandemic is now more serious than the previous two, as hospitalizations and critical care admissions spike and the vaccine rollout is unlikely to change things over the next few weeks.
The death of Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, on Friday has set in motion a carefully orchestrated, days-long event that will culminate with his funeral.
World leaders, politicians and celebrities have sent their condolences after the announcement of Prince Philip's death.
Milo chocolate milk has been hugely popular in Southeast Asia for decades. Now the breakfast and teatime favorite is about to get shaken up — the cocoa powder will be offered as a dairy-free, ready-made beverage.
Costco diehards, don't fret: The beloved food court, known for its $1.50 hot dog and soda combo and giant menu boards, is coming back to life, albeit slowly.
Patrick Soon-Shiong, the billionaire owner of the Los Angeles Times, is urging America to admit it has a racism problem.
Jamie Dimon is very bullish on the US economic recovery from the pandemic. And yet the JPMorgan Chase CEO is deeply concerned about the future of America.
Heart disease is the world's biggest killer, and around one in five people in developed countries will suffer heart failure in their lifetime.
In a Saturday statement, China's State Administration for Market Regulation accused Alibaba of abusing its market dominance.
On average, 1 in 4 people in high-income countries have received a coronavirus vaccine, compared with just 1 in more than 500 in low-income countries, WHO says.
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing is said to be raising $1.5 billion in debt financing ahead of a blockbuster U.S. IPO, according to multiple reports.
The plants in Michigan and Indiana produce GM's full-size pickups, including light-duty Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra models.
Despite a difficult struggle against the Covid-19 pandemic, the EU will hit its economic stride later this year, Lagarde told CNBC on Friday.
The blue-chip Dow climbed 2% this week, while the S&P 500 gained about 2.7%, posting its best week since early February.
"His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle," Britain's royal family announced Friday.
India on April 9 had protested a U.S. decision to conduct a patrol in India's exclusive economic zone near Lakshadweep
Migrant families will be held at hotels in the Phoenix area in response to a growing number of people crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, authorities sa
Rahmat Triyono, the head of Indonesia’s earthquake and tsunami centre, said in a statement the undersea earthquake did not have the potential to cause a tsunami.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum identified Noura al-Matroushi as the country's first female astronaut
India now has such pacts with 28 countries
The chaotic scenes have stirred memories of decades of Catholic-Protestant conflict, known as “The Troubles.”
He also planted a tree in Ramu Cantonment in Cox’s Bazar to commemorate the everlasting friendship between the two Armies.