Thousands of African asylum seekers and their local supporters are protesting against an Israeli plan to deport them
The Turkish army and Syrian opposition fighters it backs have "total control" of the Kurdish enclave of Afrin in northern Syria
Delta Air Lines has donated three round-trip charter flights that allowed hundreds of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students to participate in the "March for Our Lives" protest against gun violence in Washington.
Russia says a militant affiliated with the Islamic State group has been killed in a battle with police in the country's republic of Dagestan
Calls for greater gun control in the U.S. have reached as far as the Eiffel Tower, where 100 demonstrators demanded "Protect children, not guns!"
The defense has begun presenting its case in the re-trial of Colorado man charged with killing his wife
A Pakistani court has acquitted twenty people suspected of involvement in the lynching and burning alive of a Christian couple accused of blasphemy in 2014
The man who made his fame as the "Most Interesting man in the world" while pitching Dos Equis beer is lending his expertise with his perfectly coiffed beard to judge a charity contest that is looking for Vermont's best beard
An Afghan official says at least three people have been wounded after a sticky bomb detonated in the capital Kabul
Greek ship-owner and soccer club owner Vangelis Marinakis says drug-trafficking charges against him are part of a government-led "conspiracy" to silence dissent
Seven months after Hurricane Harvey, Houston-area officials are still looking for funding to undertake large-scale flood-control projects that include a new reservoir, deeper and wider bayous and a costal barrier system