A court in Russia’s Chechnya is due to issue its verdict Monday in the case of a prominent rights activist.
Service has been suspended on part of one of Hong Kong’s main subway lines after an overnight crash during equipment testing.
Authorities in Alabama say a DNA match found through a genealogy website has led to an arrest in decades-old slaying and rape case.
The Cinderella story of Israel’s current election campaign is a fringe party led by an ultranationalist libertarian with a criminal record who vows to legalize marijuana, and seems to diverge dramatically from the long list of quirky candidates of the past who have drawn attention to their improbable runs for parliament.
China says it has arrested nearly 13,000 people it describes as terrorists in the traditionally Islamic region of Xinjiang since 2014 and broken up hundreds of “terrorist gangs.”
A former Pennsylvania pediatrician is scheduled for sentencing Monday in the sexual assault of 31 children, most of them patients, in a case that state medical regulators failed to act on nearly two decades ago.
Flash floods and mudslides triggered by downpours tore through mountainside villages in Indonesia’s easternmost province, killing at least 58 people, disaster officials said.
Commuting in Indonesia’s gridlocked capital will for some involve less frustration, sweat and fumes when its first subway line opens later this month.
Police in Tennessee say an 11-year-old boy now faces a murder charge after a teenager he is accused of shooting died.
A fire at Toronto Pearson International Airport has caused officials to cancel all U.S.-bound flights from Terminal 1.
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President Donald Trump stepped up his pressure on General Motors to reopen an Ohio manufacturing plant thatÃ‚Â recently closedÃ‚Â and put 1,700 people out of work.
Families of the 50 people killed in the Christchurch mosque shootings are enduring an increasingly agonizing wait for the bodies of victims to be released as New Zealand reels from the unprecedented tragedy.
Residents in parts of southwestern Iowa were forced out of their homes Sunday as a torrent of Missouri River water flowed over and through levees, putting them in a situation similar to hundreds of people in neighboring Nebraska who have been displaced by the late-winter flood.
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Catholic Church leaders in El Salvador have condemned a proposal being considered by lawmakers that would grant amnesty to those who committed serious crimes during the country’s civil conflict in the 1980s and early 1990s.
A North Carolina man accused of killing his wife was arrested Sunday on an Arizona interstate, authorities said, adding they will take a closer look at the death of the man’s first wife more than a decade ago.
Attorneys for a woman facing charges in connection to an Ohio family massacre are seeking dismissal of obstruction and perjury charges against her.
Israel’s Supreme Court has banned the leader of a Jewish ultranationalist party from running in the country’s April elections.
British police say a stabbing west of London in which a man attacked a teenager with a baseball hat and knife while hurling racist abuse is being treated as a terrorist incident “inspired by the far-right.”