Monday’s powerful earthquake and its aftershocks have leveled towns and cities across Turkey and Syria, compounding existing humanitarian crises and creating new ones.
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An intelligence operative was extradited to U.S. on charges of making explosives used in downing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Scotland, one of deadliest terrorist attacks in American history.
Authorities in northern Mexico say they have found the bodies of 14 people in an overturned pickup truck submerged in a canal
A giant stash of 3.5 tons of cocaine with Batman logos on it was found floating about six days sailing from New Zealand.
A spokesperson for the Church of England said “Christians have recognised since ancient times that God is neither male nor female.”
Police in Laval, Quebec, say two children are dead and six children have been hospitalized after a city bus crashed into a day care north of Montreal on Wednesday
Brazilian authorities have launched an operation to reclaim Yanomami Indigenous territory from thousands of illegal gold miners who have contaminated rivers and brought famine and disease to one of the most isolated populations of the world
A new report details the brutality the 29-year-old suffered at the hands of five Memphis officers.
Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been honored for her efforts to allow more than 1.2 million migrants between 2015-2016
Police in Indonesia’s tourist island of Bali have arrested an Italian fugitive wanted on mafia-related drug trafficking charges
A driver whose car hit and killed a Rwandan investigative journalist has pled guilty and been fined by the court
A Zambian official has announced that eight Croatians rearrested in the southern African country will face new charges of child trafficking and are expected to appear in court on Thursday
Desperate earthquake survivors like Boran Kubat are using Instagram and WhatsApp to plead with rescuers to find them, as the death-toll from the quake is projected to hit 20,000.
Dutch prosecutors said the Russian president probably decided to send an anti-aircraft missile system to the pro-Russian separatists who shot down Malaysian Airlines Flight 17.
The authorities say the Iskenderun blaze is now out after it reignited on Wednesday.
The 31-year-old man called his victim more than 300 times over the course of two years, begging her to go on dates and threatening to harm her if she didn’t comply.
The aircraft was hit by a Russian-made missile in eastern Ukraine in 2014, killing 298 people.
Authorities in Belgium seized about 1.5 million euros in cash during raids targeting an alleged criminal organization suspected of sending Chinese women to Europe and forcing them into prostitution
Igor Mangushev was shot in the head and his killing sparks speculation about who was to blame.
Visitors to one of Florence’s most iconic monuments are getting a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see its ceiling mosaics up close thanks to an innovative approach to a planned restoration effort
The girl's mother went into labour shortly after the 7.8 magnitude quake struck on February 6. The newborn was the only person in her family to survive.
Footage released by the White Helmets in Idlib shows a rare moment of joy amid widespread death and destruction following the devastating earthquake in Turkey.
The letters, written during her English captivity, were found during a trawl of French archives.
The earthquake has compounded a dire situation in Idlib province, which has been under bombardment for years. Foreign sanctions on Syria also complicate the situation.
The South Korean government has been ordered to compensate a survivor $23,900, after being found responsible for slaughtering civilians during the war in Vietnam.